Tyler Farr

Tyler Farr joined Country Music’s #CMchat host Jessica Northey for a special pre-album release Twitterview tonight, the night before his sophomore offering Suffer in Peace, becomes available. Tyler has been a guest on #CMchat many times over the last almost four years, and we were ecstatic to welcome him back and hear more about his new project that has already caught the attention of the music industry.

As of late, Tyler has been out promoting Suffer in Peace through interviews, special appearances, and, now, social media chats to share bits and pieces of the album with his fans. To prepare for this Twitterview, we had to think outside the box and do our best to come up with questions that are somewhat off the wall, considering our past with Tyler and his current marketing campaign. Thank goodness for our loyal followers and Tyler’s amazing fans because we got so many great questions, it was almost impossible to narrow them down!

While we were selecting unique questions to bring a different flavor to a chat with this #CMchat veteran, it seems as though Tyler tried to answer with the same mentality. Most importantly, we learned that Tyler is the proud owner of ten pairs of camo boxers and that Jason Aldean should likely invest in some Hooked on Phonics. Well, as far as non-music information, that is.

In regard to Tyler’s music, he shared with us once again that his favorite song on Suffer in Peace is “Withdrawals,” a track that has consistently remained his top choice since he began promoting the project. He also told fans to expect a vulnerable, real, and intriguing album (which is a perfect description of the flawless offering).

What else did we learn from Tyler during the chat? Find out what his worst habit is, what he refuses to do with his phone, and what he does first when he walks into a bar by reading his Twitterview with #CMchat host Jessica Northey below.

Author: Country Cadre

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