Tyler Farr may have taken a short break after his micro-laryngeal surgery but his voice has never sounded better. His new single which impacts Country Music radio on September 26th showcases that raspy vocal range we’ve all grown to love.
“Our Town” is a ballad of concern for how the world we live in lacks empathy, love, and faith. He sings about a world where people are not judged by race, color or sexual preference. Written by Liz Rose, Nathan Chapman, and Seth Ennis; ‘Our Town’ is beautifully written and mastered almost perfectly for Farr’s voice.
A disheartening Farr sings, “We say yes ma’m and no ma’m we love we don’t hate, that world that’s gone crazy it don’t have a place here in our town.” Some would say this song is for the small town blue collar nation, I would disagree. It’s for anyone and everyone who wants to see change in this world. For people who pray for peace and equality. For mothers like me who wish nothing but understanding upon her child with special needs, for the families struggling with drug addiction, the people of color who may not feel equal in today’s society and the small town coal miner who just wants to work and provide for his family. It’s for those who want to be a member of this town, the town who does not tolerate hatred of any kind.
‘Our Town’ is the first single from Tyler Farr’s forthcoming album due out in 2017. It’s packed full of truth, integrity, and concern.
The electric guitar screams behind Farr’s insanely strong vocals and the drum kicks at the right moment to give it the wow factor. Farr embodies country music almost flawlessly and yet is underrated, to say the least. A lovely song with a strong message, ‘Our Town’ is sure to find its spot at the top of the charts shortly. Plus, only Farr is bad ass enough to have vocal surgery and come back with even more rasp to his already creative voice. Once you combine his authentic vocals with the brilliantly written single, it’s a smash hit.
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Author: Brittany Vance
West Virginia born & bred living life in the DMV. I believe in kind hearts & strong drinks. Mom of two boys and Autism advocate. Music is not only powerful but magical. In the words of Merle Haggard: Good music will live forever. I am here to share that music with each of you.