Tyler Lynn Farr (born February 5, 1984) is an American country music singer and songwriter. Originally signed to BNA Records, Farr released two singles for the label before it closed. He then transferred to Columbia Records Nashville, for which he has released two albums: Redneck Crazy in 2013 and Suffer in Peace in 2015. Overall, he has charted eight singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs and Country Airplay charts. His highest ranking on the latter is “A Guy Walks Into a Bar”, which placed at No. 1 in 2015. Farr is also a classically trained opera singer and took voice lessons during his teenage years, singing tenor in Missouri’s All-State Choir during his senior year of high school. He claims he discovered (and fell in love with) country music after his mother married George Jones’ touring guitarist. Here are all of Tyler Farr’s songs ranked.
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5. Hello Goodbye (Redneck Crazy, 2013)
“I suppose he fits in with the Luke Bryan, Justin Moore type of modern country which has appeal outside of country music. Perhaps nothing too original but performed very well and very enjoyable. Recommended.”
4. Redneck Crazy (Redneck Crazy, 2013)
“This is a great album by a new country artist. Not one bad song on the cd. Redneck Crazy and Whiskey In My Water are my two personal favorites. “
3. Cowgirl (Redneck Crazy, 2013)
“I love all of the slow country ballads and love song on this album! But the faster paced songs I will need to give a little time to warm up to. Overall a solid record though!”
2. Hot Mess (Redneck Crazy, 2013)
“Some people might regard this as being fairly standard modern country with the usual ingredients of trucks, beer, dirt roads etc but there is more to this cd than that. Lyrics are good, vocals very good and there is a fair amount of humour. “
See more: Tyler Farr Albums Ranked
1. Dirty (Redneck Crazy, 2013)
” The opening track “Dirty” is excellent and the high standard keeps on coming throughout. The last track didn’t do much for me but by that time you are ready to go back to track 1 to listen to the whole lot again, it is that good. Very easy listening, an hour or so of quality songs that make you look forward to his next album”