Tyler Childers Shares A Second Teaser Video… And The Anticipation Is Killing Me

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Timmy Tyler Childers set the country music world on fire last week with the release of a new teaser video that seems to indicate new music is on the way.

I mean, the man hasn’t been on Instagram in two years and now he drops a video that seems to pick up where the story left off in his “All Your’n” music video… doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out that good stuff is happening.

And now, he’s back with another teaser video, and this one gives us well… not much more information, but Tyler and the boys are in it.

As our hero wakes up (AKA climbs out of the k-hole) in the woods, blinded by a light, he follows it out of the woods to a clearing where he stumbles upon Tyler and the boys.

And it appears he made a drunken promise to the boys to lend them a hand with the barn, however, when he reneges on the deal, Foodstamps drummer Rodney Elkins says he’ll let him play his legendary guitar, which gets his attention in a hurry.


I’m sure  we’ll find out soon enough… but either way…


Could Tyler Childers Be Working On A Gospel Album?

With what seems like a new album on the way, could Tyler be taking his music in a new direction?

And an ever-present theme in his songwriting has always been notions of God, faith, religion and spirituality. Like many in Appalachia, Tyler is no stranger to growing around the church, and it’s reflected in his music.

I mean, his first two albums are literally titled, Bottles and Bibles and Purgatory. And a number of his past songs either nod to Christianity, or have a spiritual feel to it, with songs like “Hard Times,” “Bottles and Bibles,” “Born Again,” “Purgatory,” “The Gospel (According to Fishermen),” “Universal Sound,” and “Follow You To Virgie,” just to name a few.

But with some of the new stuff he’s been playing, could we be seeing a Tyler Childers Gospel record on the horizon?

There’s a lot of signs that point to yes, considering there have been some videos surfacing of him singing a handful of what seem to be Gospel-inspired songs, and covering some others as well.

“Triune God”

An old fashioned boot stomper of a Southern tent revival song… you could play this one at the Sunday service.

“Luke Chapter 2 Verses 8-10”

Dubbed his “first Christmas song” this new one with the working title “Luke Chapter 2 Verses 8-10” ponders what it would’ve been like when the angels appeared to the shepherds on the day Jesus was born.

And then, he’s been regularly covering some other Gospel-inspired songs as well.

“The Old Country Church” (Hank Williams cover)

All-time classic.

“Greatest Story Ever Told (Bob Weir of the Grateful Dead cover)”

Not a Christian song per se, but with mentions of Moses, Abraham, Gideon and Isaac, as well as the title being a common name of the Gospel, there’s a lot of Biblical imagery going on there.

Tyler also recently performed it with Bob Weir and the Wolf Bros:

Now there’s one thing we all know about the man, and it’s that he has one of the most powerful voices in all of country music, and can deliver a message through song as well as anybody.

But whether it’s a Gospel-inspired album or not, I’m just hoping we get something soon from the man… we’re hungry for it.

I’m diggin’ this new one too… it’s about big asses.

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock