Tyler Childers Performs “Way Of The Triune God,” From Upcoming Album, At Healing Appalachia Benefit Concert

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Ever since Tyler Childers released “Angel Band” a few weeks back, we’ve all been patiently anticipating his brand new gospel album, Can I Take My Hounds To Heaven?, dropping this upcoming Friday.

I mean c’mon, with Childers soulful vocals that stem from growing up in a southern Baptist church in Eastern Kentucky, along with the fact that we haven’t gotten a true vocal album from the man since his 2019 Country Squire project, how could you not be?

Along with “Angel Band,” the album will feature songs like Hank Williams Sr.’s “Old Country Church,” the title-track, “Purgatory,” which is the title-track to his 2017 album, and “Way Of The Triune God,” all in three different versions: Hallelujah, Jubilee, and Joyful Noise.

And not to mention, he’s played all of those songs at various concerts he’s played over the past couple of years.

Needless to say, this album is gonna be worth the wait.

But speaking of “Way Of The Triune God,” he played the song once again at the live and in person Healing Appalachia benefit concert, which raised money for the opioid crisis that has plagued Appalachia.

With the gritty vocals of Childers, along with the harmonies and upbeat tempo from his band, “The Food Stamps,” they put together a fantastic rendition of the song, and it already feels like this may be the fan favorite on the upcoming album.

Childers also touched on the ideology of the “Triune God,” along with “Angel Band” in a recent interview with writer and author Silas House at Dragline Studios, saying:

“Now, throughout the album, you know there’s a lot of talk about the way the ‘Triune God,’ like the Holy Trinity, being a very Christian thing, an idea and talk about Jesus, and that’s just you know, from my raising.

The great beyond and the almighty is this massive idea notion, and that’s my filter, the one that I’ve grown up being taught and toying with that idea. It’s just how I talk about it I suppose. But it’s still just one way of talking about the same thing in my eyes.

I think that ‘Angel Band,’ especially being the first song out the door, lets people know that God is bigger than all our gods.”

Check it out:

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