Michael Tyler Debuts New Album and Makes Grand Ole Opry Debut
Making his Opry debut TONIGHT, Michael Tyler released his new album “317” today 03/17. The project includes his current single “They Can’t See,” a romantic tune that Tyler wrote for the project. (See more in our interview below!)
Michael Tyler, who has found songwriting success with hits like Dierks Bentley’s “Somewhere on a Beach,” is about to take the Nashville music scene by storm with his own sound on his new album entitled, “317.”
Each song was written or co-written by Tyler, along with LoCash’s Preston Brust, Nathan Chapman and Jaron Boyer. Perfectly released on March 17, 317 brings a unique sound back to country.
“They Can’t See,” the newest single from the album, is a perfect blend of pop, country and jazz that details being in love with everything about a person that no one else can see. “Good With Being Young” offers a youthful anthem that is sure to be a hit. “Songs About Missouri” brings a nostalgic and soothing vibe to the album, while “Party Song” offers a more rock influenced number that is perfect for any summer night.
Straying from the norm of releasing a self titled debut album, “317” actually represents the number of miles from Tyler’s hometown to his first apartment in Nashville. Like the title, the album’s songs bridge together an array of sounds and subjects offering a debut that is unique to every song.
Katelyn is a graduate student at Middle Tennessee State University. She received her Bachelor's degree in Communication from Salem College in 2015. She has a passion for music and entertainment and currently serves as an editorial assistant at Nashville Country Club.