Tyler Reeve | Whiskey Down

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Whiskey Down

by Tyler Reeve

Raw, Texas-style Americana/country rock.
Genre: Country: Americana
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1. Good Music
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2. Can't Stop Drinkin'
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3:17 album only
3. Train Songs
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3:16 album only
4. Austin
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3:36 album only
5. Blankets In The Bed
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3:29 album only
6. Bringin' It Home
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4:01 album only
7. Whiskey Down
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3:11 album only
8. Train of Misery
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5:16 album only
9. Lagovista
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3:50 album only
10. My Baby
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11. Broken Song
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Jeans. T-shirt. Boots. Guitar. Tyler's appearance is indicative of his style of music. Simple, straight forward and candid. Born in Mobile, Alabama, Tyler's music is well rooted in Southern Americana. Growing up listening to his uncle play guitar and sing on the porch deck of a beach house, Tyler's inspiration came at an early age. Tyler attended the Florida State University, where he became refreshingly dependent on his fan base. Paying his dues and performing in bars for eight years before recording his first album, Whiskey Down (February, 2008), he has tailored his music to the live venue. His performances are infectiously enjoyable and fun. Tyler's blend of Texas-style, raw country and Americana finds audiences that wait with open arms and raised glasses.


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