From taking classical voice lessons, having a mom married to a lead guitarist, to spending a year on the road with both Lee Brice and Jerrod Niemann, Tyler Farr as had quite an interesting road into country music.

Before Tyler’s KMLE Live performance, he talked with the Tim and Willy Show on his humble beginnings, how he got started in country music and even took some questions from fans.

“I grew up in a small farm town in central, southern Missouri and sang since I was little. My mom got me into classical voice lessons at an early age.” says Tyler

Tyler Farr – “Hot Mess”

Tyler also tells us how exactly he ended in Nashville and working with Rhett Akins.

“Went to college at Missouri State for a couple of years on a vocal performance scholarship, knew it was going to take me about 20 years to graduate. Moved to Nashville, got a job at Tootsies, singing and stuff. Got a call from Rhett Akins said he wanted to work with me, liked my stuff and here we are now.”

Tyler Farr – “I Wish I Had A Boat”

A lucky fan got the chance to ask Tyler how did he survive a year on the road with Lee Brice and Jerrod Niemann together?

“We had a lot of fun out there. Those guys are a blast to be with and its cool cause you don’t see that a lot anymore where there’s a bunch of that kinda get along and their buddies and we hangout when we’re in town.” says Tyler abut being on the road with Lee and Jerrod.

Tyler Farr – “Hello Goodbye”

For more info on Tyler Farr visit his website and follow him on twitter.

– Randall Tyree, KMLE  Country 107.9

– Videos by Jason Pawlik, KMLE Country 107.9


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