Life Is Sweet For Honey Grove Native Tyler Bryant
Touring all across the US and Europe has become commonplace for him and his band in recent years, but Tyler Bryant's talents were locally sourced in Honey Grove, Texas not so long ago where he learned about the blues and honed his vocal and guitar skills. He has since moved to Nashville, written and hung out with music greats, opened for icons like Guns 'N Roses and AC/DC, married Rebecca Lovell of Larkin Poe, and released numerous albums as Tyler Bryant and The Shakedown.
Tyler recently spoke with Notably Texan on July 21, ahead of a performance in Paris near his hometown, to catch up on everything from his early days learning from blues guitarist Roosevelt Twitty and releasing music as a solo artist in his teens, to his transition to Music City and the evolution of his sound with The Shakedown.
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