Kyle Crownover And Zach Russell Tease ‘Burgatory,’ A Hilarious Parody Of Tyler Childers’ ‘Purgatory’

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Well this is the best parody I’ve heard since Weird Al Yankovic and Cledus T. Judd were killing the game back in the day.

We all know and love Tyler Childers’ iconic Purgatory album.

I mean c’mon, “Feathered Indians,” “Whitehouse Road,” “Lady May,” “I Swear (To God),” and to be honest, every other song on the album… personally, I’d be happy to call it the best album of the past decade.

With that being said, a couple of guys had the hilarious idea to turn some of Childers’ hits on the album into some hysterical parodies about burgers, AKA Burgatory.

One of the guys, Kyle Crownover, knows Tyler just about better than anybody, as he’s the tour manager for the man himself. (He’s also a singer/songwriter himself too… check out his Another Day In Our 20s EP).

And the other guy? One of the most promising up and comers around in the country music scene, the East Tennessee native, Zach Russell. (Zach has opened for Tyler and company in the past as well).

They posted a TikTok of their own burger-inspired version of Purgatory, featuring “I Swear (To God) I Wanna A Burger,” “White Castle Road,” “Lady May I Have A Burger,” and of course the title-track, “Burgatory.”

However, if you’re looking to pre-save this work of art, you’re gonna have to wait. It ain’t droppin’ until good ol’ 4/20/69.

I laughed way too hard at this…

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock