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On his debut album, Tyler Farr laces his foam-drenched party anthems with a splash of heartache and regret while churning out a mix of modern pop/country and classic Southern rock. Redneck Crazy has plenty to attract fans of Luke Bryant, Jake Owen, and similar purveyors of backwoods good times. Farr has just enough grit and rasp in his vocals to give his celebrations of lowdown fun and morning-after misery the ring of actual experience. “Dirty,” “Makes You Wanna Drink," and “Chicks, Trucks and Beer” (the latter featuring Colt Ford on guest vocals) are the sort of steamy anthems that beg to be cranked up at a riverside tailgate bash. “Hot Mess” is a particular standout along these lines, driven home by a catchy shuffle groove and chicken-pickin’ guitar licks. Farr shows a more serious side on the title track (a jilted boyfriend’s revenge tale with real edge) and “Hello Goodbye” (a breakup song with an ache in every line). Redneck Crazy’s production is muscular under its radio-friendly polish, with the closing track, “Livin’ with the Blues,” stripping away the shine to let Farr deliver a quietly devastating performance.

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AWFUL

This is just more CRAP turned out by Nashville of over produced pop singers trying to appeal to the masses! Where has country music gone? I miss it.

I just don't like it

Songs like this give country a bad name. Its turning trashy.

Not too shabby

Heard Tyler perform about a year and a half ago. Knew then that Hello Goodbye, Redneck Crazy and Hot Mess would all hit mainstream. Made me smile knowing I was right the first time I heard Redneck Crazy on the radio. Check out these songs and you'll see why I knew we'd be hearing more from this up and comer.

Biography

Born: February 5, 1984 in Garden City, MO

Genre: Country

Years Active: '10s

Country singer and songwriter Tyler Farr was born and raised in Garden City, Missouri. He had an early exposure to country music, thanks in no small part to the fact that his father played lead guitar in country icon George Jones' touring band, and he even accompanied his father for a summer on the road at the age of 16. The die was set, and when he was old enough, Farr moved to Nashville to try getting his own career going as an artist. He took a job as a bouncer at the legendary Tootsie's Orchid...
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