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Tyler Farr Getting Redneck Crazy

Tyler Farr Getting Redneck Crazy

In some circles it is said that a song
finds you. “Redneck Crazy” is that song that found Columbia
Nashville recording artist, Tyler Farr. “When I first heard that
song, man I thought there hasn’t been a song like that from the
guy’s perspective ya know, I knew I had to cut it.”
Farr’s first album “Redneck Crazy”
was featured in a invite only event in Nashville and Farr showcased
some of the songs. “We are here tonight to party, and play some of
songs off my first album, hope you like em!!” Twelve songs pack
this release of equal parts greasy southern rock with a touch of
soulful country. Each song comes at you from a different angle. If
you want drinking songs you’ve got a couple different choices;
“Whiskey In My Water,” telling you the story of that one girl
that is the perfect mix and keeps you guessing and wondering what’s
next. “Ain’t Even Drinkin’” well this lady gets you moving in
more directions that rattlesnakes out of a bag. The phrasing an ennui
of “Dirty,” is just off centered enough to be a hit. “Wish I
had A Boat,” co written with Lee Brice is the “anti truck song,”
great smooth melody and flowing lyrics. “Cowgirl,” is right out
of the Brooks & Dunn cannon of songs. “Cowgirl” is the ballad
and the story of the album. Bringing all facets of a song into one,
it speaks to the heart of a love needed to last forever.
“Going into writing for this album,
you know it just happened. When you write with Rhett(Akins),
Dallas(Davidson) and Ben(Hayslip), we connected so well because we
write about the same things and have the same interests. Rhett is
just a cut up and doesn’t take it all that serious, but comes up
with some great lyrics, such a great bunch of guys to write with.”
“I want to be the guy to be
remembered as an entertainer and for my songs to relate to how and
where I’m at during that point of time. Redneck Crazy really
shows that. Loved making this record and picking out these or co
writing these songs.” “In my live shows I really want to take
Hank Jr. to the next level, everything I don’t I want to sound
different every time out. If I quit getting goosebumps I’ll quit
doing this.”
“The nature of this genre is never
ending. It may not sound like a country song, but man the lyrics are
completely country. “Boys Round Here” may not sound like a
country song but it is as country song as it gets with chew tobacco,
chew tobacco spit, crazy but genius.”
With no apologies, Tyler Farr is coming
at you full blast, and that’s good. If you don’t look out you as
well will go “Redneck Crazy!”
(c) By Chuck Schultz for Country Music News International
Photo Credit Kelly E Schultz for Country Music News International

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