The Wooks, William Matheny, Laid Back Country Picker and more will join Tyler Childers at his SuperJam Camp at Bonnaroo.
Following a breakout 2017 spearheaded by the release of the Sturgill Simpson and David Ferguson-produced Purgatory, Lawrence County, Ky.’s Tyler Childers has announced new tour dates stretching into mid-Summer and spanning from the Carolinas through Kentucky and into Texas.
In their seventh round of artist reveals Across-the-Way Productions and FloydFest have unveiled emerging Eastern Kentucky country artist Tyler Childers, jam and southern rock fixtures Gov’t Mule and The Mother Hips to perform at FloydFest 18~Wild, held July 25-29 atop the Blue Ridge Mountains of Floyd, Va.
Tyler Childers will extend his nationwide tour this spring as part of the “Stagecoach Spotlight Tour” that features shows wiht Lillie Mae and Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real along with dates joining John Prine, Margo Price and Turnpike Troubadours.
Despite the ups and downs that 2017 the year brought us great music aplenty. With the year in the rear view mirror, we at Big Blue Tunes take a look back on some of our favorite albums of the year, ranging from Americana to rock’n roll and indie pop.
Due to popular demand, Tyler Childers will return to select U.S. cities in early 2018.