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Music : Tyller Gummersall - Long Ride Home (2016)

Artist: Tyller GummersallTitle: Long Ride HomeYear Of Release: 2016Label: Self ProducedGenre: CountryQuality: 320 KbpsTotal Time: 40:18Total Size: 101 MB

1. This House (3:05)
2. Rocky Mountain Man (3:15)
3. Better Than You Found It (4:04)
4. Sing You A Song (3:58)
5. Country Boy (3:53)
6. Kiss Me (3:32)
7. Good Enough (3:40)
8. How About You (4:10)
9. Living On Summertime (2:30)
10. Ghosts (3:35)
11. Long Ride Home (4:31)

As a long time singer-songwriter, Ty recorded his second album ("Beer And A Rose") in Nashville on his 21st birthday. . He was raised on SW Colorado ranches and is heavily influenced by Lyle Lovett and Ryan Adams. Two former Ryan Adams & the Cardinals band members recorded on "Beer And A Rose".

Tyller Gummersall began singing in public when he was 3-years-old. As a member of the local children's choir, he was only supposed to sing the chorus, but Tyller stood on the edge of the bleachers belting out the entire song. He began guitar lessons with two-time National Flat Pick Champion Gary Cook at 8 and voice lessons with respected Los Angles voice coach Raven Kane Campbell at 14. Tyller wrote his first song when he was 9.

Ty performed solo for the first time at a local 4-H talent contest at eight and started sitting in with professional bands for a song or two at 10. By the time he was 15, Tyller was playing lead guitar and singing professionally in local bands.

At 17 he put together his first band to play originals for the Durango Arts Festival Street Dance. The band was composed of bass, drums, steel pedal and fiddle along with Tyller on lead guitar/vocals, he created all of the original arrangements as well.

Part of Tyller's evolution was opening with a 6 piece band for the up and coming Nashville group KingBilly at the 600 seat Fort Lewis College Community Concert Hall in 2008.

On his second trip to Nashville in 2010, Ty was humbled by the experience of being back-stage at the Grand Ol Opry with his mentor Gary Cook. Gary's group the Bar-D Wranglers shared the stage that night with Charlie Daniels and many other legends.

Continuing the amazing experience, Ty got to play with Nashville greats at the late Grandpa Jones' Nashville farm.

Also, hearing Vince Gill and the amazing Time Jumpers play at the small "Station Inn" Nashville locals venue provided Tyller with lots of inspiration.

This past May, now 21, Ty was able to return to Nashville and record with his "Dream Band" at the cool studio "Welcome To 1979". Brad Pemberton on Drums, Jon Graboff on Steel Pedal (both from Ryan Adams and The Cardinals), and Dave Jacques on Bass created a "sound" that Tyller had been looking for over the years. Like Dylan, "The closest I ever got to the sound I hear in my mind was on individual bands in the Blonde on Blonde album." * Ty enjoyed being able to just think in his mind how he'd like the arrangements to go and then the Dream Band played his thoughts. They recorded on 2 inch tape and analog gear, giving "Beer And A Rose" a special warmth in sound quality.

Spending time in Nashville, Ty realized his passion for music did not lie within the confines of "Commercial Country".

A more "renegade" approach to his writing and playing places Tyller more on the Americana or Alt. Country side.

Influenced by two older brothers along with his parents... Tyller grew up on the likes of Miles Davis, B.B. King, Bob Dylan, Tom Petty and Van Morrison.

Discovering Hank Williams Sr. at an early age (8), "Hey Good Lookin" was the first song Ty learned to play and sing.

Studying songwriters like Ryan Adams, Lyle Lovett, Robert Earl Keen, Hank Williams and Tom Petty, Tyller fell in love with penning songs of his own.

Playing guitar for over 14 years Tyller has become accomplished at his instrument. But, having heroes such as Stevie Ray Vaughn, B.B. King, Jimmie Hendrix, Junior Brown and Don Rich, Ty continues to perfect his craft.

Ty has been fortunate to have had support from regional and national DJ's selectively broadcasting his songs over the airwaves and he will now get his new album out broadly.

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