Nashville country artist and Colorado singer/songwriter Tyller Gummersall started his career at the young age of eight performing Hank William’s Hey Good Lookin’ at the County Fair Talent contest.
Also that year, Gummersall took the advice of a popular local performer and began taking lessons from his music mentor and two-time national flat pick champion Gary Cook. His eighth year was a huge one in terms of getting his first horse, his first guitar and winning his first talent contest. He persevered working at his future career and at fourteen years old he started voice lessons with well-known Los Angeles voice coach Raven Kane Campbell.
His good luck continued when he was able to record “Beer and a Rose” (Gummersall’s second album) with his Nashville Dream Band, a part composed of members from Ryan Adams and John Prine’s bands (two of his hero’s) at the special Welcome to 1979 at Nashville studio.
His third studio album was produced by Grammy award winner Lloyd Maines, “Long Ride Home,” was very well like, enjoying radio play around the country, tens of thousands of the streams and optimistic reviews.
On March 4, 2019, Gummersall put out his latest single “Why Do I Buy Whiskey.” If you would like to find out more about Tyller Gummersall then check out his website at (https://tyllermusic.com).
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