Michael Tyler Makes His Way Back to the Twin Cities!
Just last week Michael Tyler stood front and center at the Grand Ole Opry for his grand debut! In front of fans, friends and loving family members, Michael made his dream come true.
Michael Tyler told The Country Source he had numb hands, anxious nerves and gathered words of encouragement from American Western music group, Riders in the Sky on the side stage prior to his debut performance.
Tyler was told, “You don’t belong up there if you ain’t nervous!”
When Michael Tyler made his drive to Nashville, he felt that upgrading from his Mazda to a lifted Jeep was necessary. What country rock star doesn’t need one?
“I’m a little sappy sometimes and I’m a big fan of the fairytale love stories!” - Michael Tyler
His first album, 317, was just released last week! In his new music video, “They Can’t See,” he casted his personal home town friends to capture real love instead of using actors.
Come on ladies, are we in love yet? As if the wide smile and soft drawl weren’t distracting enough, the soft side of this country man is what makes his songs relatable to his fans.
He co-wrote Dierks Bentley’s smash, “Somewhere On A Beach,” and the fans loved singing along with him at his performance last night. He is currently on tour with Reviver Records label mate, LOCASH, and they completely rocked The Cabooze last night!
“The road is no place for mamas.” - Michael Tyler
I think it is safe to assume that he sure does love his mama, just check out his hit “Hey Mama.”
Michael Tyler is now the face of his songs and is excited that what was once a dream is now becoming his new reality. Michael Tyler may be Good At Being Young but with all song puns aside, he is more than ready to pursue his dream on stage! I for one am looking forward to watching this young new country star rock on.