Tyler Farr

Tyler Farr is one of the best male vocalists in country music today. The gritty country singer was born and raised in Missouri, and he first became immersed in country music when his mother married a guitarist who toured in George Jones' band. He studied voice at Missouri State University before making his way to Nashville, where he signed with BNA Records and released his debut EP, 'Camouflage,' in 2010. Farr moved to Columbia Nashville for his debut album, 'Redneck Crazy,' in 2013, scoring hits with the title song and "Whiskey in My Water." He followed up with 'Suffer in Peace' in 2015, landing his first No. 1 hit with "A Guy Walks Into a Bar," showing off his impressive vocal range with "Withdrawals" and offering up a fun, catchy tune in "Better in Boots."

  • Full Name: Tyler Lynn Farr
  • Birth Date: Feb. 5, 1984
  • Top Songs: “Redneck Crazy,” “A Guy Walks Into a Bar”
  • Did You Know? Farr is a trained opera singer, and co-wrote songs for Cole Swindell and Joe Nichols.

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