Tyler Childers Performs Entire ‘Rustin’ In The Rain’ Album During Special “Tyler Childers And Friends” Grand Ole Opry Show

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Whiskey Riff

When Tyler Childers plays the Grand Ole Opry, he damn sure makes the most of his time in the circle.

The Kentucky native is gearing up to release his latest album, Rustin’ In The Rainthis coming Friday, September 8. But ahead of the album drop, Tyler treated the Opry crowd to a special sneak preview of the album during a “Tyler Childers and Friends” performance on country’s most famous stage.

Featuring a slate of guests including S.G. Goodman, the Travelin’ McCourys and Margo Price, Tyler opened up with the title track to the upcoming album.

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And from there, he played the whole damn thing, including “Phone Calls and Emails” and “Luke 2:8-10,” along with “Percheron Mules,” and his cover of Kris Kristofferson’s “Help Me Make It Through the Night.”

(This couple even danced their way down the aisle as Childers performed the heartbreaker).

Between songs, his guests took center stage to perform their own music, with Margo Price debuting a new song that she just wrote a couple weeks ago and S.G. Goodman commanding the crowd’s full attention with a powerful acoustic performance.

But the highlight of the night may have been when Tyler was joined by Goodman for a duet of her song “Space and Time,” the first time the two had ever performed the song together.

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There was another special moment as Childers performed his latest single, “In Your Love,” when a man in front of the stage proposed to his boyfriend, which caught Tyler’s attention from the stage – and drew a round of applause from the packed crowd.

Overall it was a special night not just for the Opry and for Childers, but for the near-capacity audience who got to hear Tyler perform his entire album ahead of its release on Friday.

And the night just proves that Tyler Childers remains one of the biggest forces to be reckoned with in country music today.

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