Tyler Childers releases new single and lyric video with All Your’n

Tyler Childers performing before the crowd in Martin County. Photo by Josh Trosper.

Appalachian native from eastern Kentucky, Tyler Childers, announced the release of his new song, “All Your’n.” It is the second song released off his new album, “Country Squire,” coming August 2, 2019. Special Pre-Order packages are available at

“All You’rn” is a smooth singing tune with an influence of country, soul, and blues intertwined with the instruments as Tyler Childers’ mountain vocals soar through the song.  The love song leaves you swaying your shoulders to the beat and singing along by the end.  It is a love song that can be easily embraced by many.  Perfect tune to listen to while rolling down the road in a Volkswagen bus with its laid back atmosphere sound.

To go with the song, a lyric video for “All Your’n” was released and you can check it out below.

Produced by Sturgill Simpson and David Ferguson, the album was recorded at The Butcher Shoppe in Nashville and consists of nine new songs written by Childers. In addition to Childers (vocals, acoustic guitar), the album features a number of world-renowned musicians including Stuart Duncan (fiddle, mandolin, banjo), Miles Miller (drums, background vocals) and Russ Pahl (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, pedal steel, Jaw harp, baritone).

According to Tyler Childers, “I hope that people in the area that I grew up in find something they can relate to. I hope that I’m doing my people justice and I hope that maybe someone from somewhere else can get a glimpse of the life of a Kentucky boy.”

In support of the album, Tyler Childers will be having a Country Squire Run tour in October, running through December this year. However, fans can get a glimpse of the new tunes possibly when he performs at Forecastle Festival in Louisville on July 14th and Railbird Festival in Lexington on August 11th.

For more information on Tyler Childers, be sure to check out his website at

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