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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Corky Bucek, Jul 5, 2020.
Completely agree. I saw him at the Ryman in February and loved every second of it.
This is what got me hooked and it’s the OG songs I heard from Tyler probably off an Isbell playlist
Currently listening to this:
Was that the opening night? When that old dude, can't recall his name, introduced him on the telephone?
I was at two of those Tyler/Margo shows. Took my then nearly 3 yr old to that show. lost my shit when this happened
I think that was it
So that same dude was on the rail at Sturgill's show a few months later at Bonnaroo. His name is Old B or something like that. Tex and I were just three people over from him. Tyler played Roo that year, but I was still on the clock.
Not sure how I missed this thread until now. Likes handed out all around. Heard about colter wall in 2018 when he released Songs of the Plains and then got a referral to check out Tyler. Never looked back on pop country again.
For all you Christ Knight fans. Not great quality but still.
Also serious lack of Rock Salt & Nails love itt
Heckler has a cool version at Berkeley but Tyler owns that one IMO.
WB Walker with Old Soul Radio Show?
Naw. Can't be. This dude was older
I’m in one of those phases where I listen to all your’n like 10 times a day
Favorite tune of his.
Here’s a great live version at RR:
Also, the music video for it is pretty awesome as well:
Congrats to all that just opened this thread because we are now vibin
Billy Strings and his guitar. Dude is nasty.
Great song. It’s been getting a ton of air play on SiriusXM’s The Spectrum
The backstory on this song is pretty awesome. It may be tied with Feathered Indians as my favorite Tyler Childers song.
Errbody could use the unconditional love from a Meemaw when they're coming up.
I tear up every time I hear this song. “You boys be good”
The whole last two verses, man. Whoo boy.
And I will follow you to Virgie
'Cause that's what us boys are for
To help you out when you get weary
And you can't go no more
Can't you see her up there, Cody?
I can see her through the pines
Saying boys be good
Thing about him is he has a bunch of material that he plays live and such that just hasn't been released. For instance, I want a studio recording of Take My Hounds to Heaven.
Every part of Virgie gets me every time. My grandmother is 96 and still sharper than I've ever been. My son is 10 and has also grown up with her. Never raised her voice to me when I'd get in trouble(a lot), only "you're better than this".
I was thinking about this song on my drive home today. Hopefully it’s on the next release.
Id pay money for a good quality live version of just this.
Charleston girl, nose on the grindstone, shake the frost etc. Probably wouldn't be better than the red barn recordings though
Red Barn Shake the Frost belongs in a museum.
This is aged, but the first I’d known of the video. Stunningly beautiful message.
he has an entire collection of extremely oddly specific songs that every single person can still relate to somehow or another. the man has written songs about digging for flint arrowheads while high, jerking off while on the road, fixing up an old RV, and his childhood buddy's grandma and those are just the ones that have made it onto a record.
All I know is that when I am good and sober I am leaving West Virginia for a whileeeee
Im hoping he adds more tour dates this year. He has 5 planned right now and they’re in montana, Kansas, and arkansas. Not exactly the easiest places to get to
We need that one rescheduled here
"I don't know if it's the wine or the coke that makes it sound like her jaw is broke/She's workin' hard to make some sense but she ain't got a dime" is such a wonderful bit of songwriting.
The way he captures living in wv just hits me
Just listened to Shake the Frost, and it is skyrocketing in my rankings.
Rock, Salt, & Nails and this are probably my 2 favorites
Nose on the Grindstone ourvinyl version was the first TC song I ever heard and it grabbed me. Still have a soft spot for that one.
Also Hard Times has one of my favorite lines in any song in the end of this stanza
“Well, the sign at the church says "I'll reap what I'm sowin'"
But I ain't lost sleep, it'll come in due time
And if the Lord wants to take me, I'm here for the taking
'Cause Hell's probably better than tryin' to get by”
So many “unreleased” songs that we need on a studio album.
Coal is underrated
That’s what bugs me. I need a studio version of Take My Hounds to Heaven, etc.
I hope this worked and she stayed with this king :(
He’s fine, he got his lady may
Creeker has been pretty heavy in my rotation lately. Good stuff