With songs that separate stereotype from truth, songwriter Tyler Childers has become the new voice of Appalachia. The oil is hot and bubbling gold, but Tyler Childers is not flinching. Last time he was out with his brother-in-law, who works at the Army Depot, he bagged two deer. A few minutes of mushroom gathering, though, is all that Childers has had time for these days. Born in Lawrence Country, Childers was a red-haired kid who wanted to be a journalist or an English teacher, but that changed once he started playing the guitar. I was The woman died in the end — she was sleeping on the railroad tracks. Pretty edgy, ya know. In eighth grade, when spending most of his time on the bench on the JV baseball team, his coach started playing John Prine.
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Timothy Tyler Childers born June 21, is an American singer and songwriter. His music is a mix of country , bluegrass and folk. He released his breakthrough album Purgatory in August Tyler Childers was born and raised in Lawrence County, Kentucky. He studied for a semester at Western Kentucky University , and enrolled at Bluegrass Community and Technical College for a few semesters. He had his first success with Purgatory , a breakthrough album released on August 4,
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