Tyler Farr walks Into The Pourhouse

Tyler Farr Walks into The Pourhouse

by Alicia Pack


Photo; Alicia Pack

Photo; Alicia Pack

What better way to spend St. Patrick’s eve than at an amazing concert?

Country music fans filled The Pourhouse from wall to wall Saturday night to hear Tyler Farr and opener Josh Phillips belt out fan favorites in an extremely intimate setting.

Farr kicked off the night with hit “Whiskey in My Water,” and concert goers nearly drowned out the crooner by singing every word. Without skipping a beat, Farr transitioned to “Damn Good Friends,” “Love by the Moon” and “I Don’t Even Want This Beer.”

Photo; Alicia Pack

Photo; Alicia Pack

When “Better in Boots” started, the crowd did a little boot scootin’ and a lot of singing. Farr kept the show going with “C.O.U.N.T.R.Y.,” ballad “Man of Constant Sorrow” and “Poor Boy.” The band then changed pace with a drum solo before heading into “Chicks, Trucks and Beer,” “Suffer in Peace,” “Withdrawals” and “Unsteady.”

Farr then started wrapping up the night with heart-wrenching “I Should Go to Church Sometime,” and his incredible vocals give the song so much power behind it live. Fans grew a little rowdy and loud when “Redneck Crazy” started. Farr followed with “Better Now” before ending his set with “A Guy Walks into a Bar” to a roaring crowd.

Poto; Alicia Pack

Poto; Alicia Pack

Tyler Farr did not disappoint. His vocal range will raise the hairs on your arm and leave you feeling raw at the emotion behind them. Then he’ll follow that passion with some redneck crazy fun and chorus lines that you can’t help but sing along to.

Check out The Pourhouse next time you want to experience an artist in the best way possible: an extremely intimate setting that feels like you’re right by the stage everywhere in the venue.