Tyler Farr Is NRA Country

posted on October 10, 2022
Tyler Farr

Tyler Farr grew up in southern Missouri in a farming town with no traffic lights, a U.S. Post office that has been in operation since 1875 and a population of fewer than 2,000. While growing up in small-town America, when he wasn’t chasing turkeys and deer every chance he got, he was singing. Farr left Missouri for Nashville in 2010. A natural singer, it didn’t take long for him to get noticed. Known for his powerhouse vocals, Tyler’s real-guy relatability in songs like “Redneck Crazy” and “A Guy Walks Into a Bar” found a following of folks searching to find themselves in music that underscores their daily routines and future dreams; they found that in Tyler. Like a weathered old truck with rusty tail pipes, Tyler’s music can sometimes be a little loud and gritty. Other songs include the glory of a backroad on “Heaven on Dirt,” the wistful song “Soundtrack to a Small Town Sundown,” and the heart-wrenching “I Wish Dogs Could Live Forever” in memory of Tyler’s beloved bloodhound, Cooter. Tyler’s music is honest and relates to what he loves himself–hunting, fishing, getting dirty, loving his dog. Tyler Farr has, and always will be, unapologetically NRA Country. To learn more about Tyler and check in on concert dates, music and more, go to tylerfarr.com.

LS: If there were one person in history that you could go back in time and meet, who would it be?
TF: My grandpa and my father’s dad, Joe Farr. He unfortunately passed before I was born and I would have loved to meet him.

LS: You recently became a father. How do you share your love for the outdoors with your wife and daughter
TF: Fortunately, I’m blessed enough to live on a 200-acre farm South of Nashville. My daughter gets to experience it every day with me, and I love it.

LS: Who got you into the outdoors, hunting and fishing? Granddad? Grandma? Dad? Mom? Uncle?
TF: My dad. I grew up deer hunting and fishing with him in Missouri. I wanted to be like him, and as I grew older, I took it to another level and enjoy doing that in my off time.

LS: What does freedom mean to you?
TF: Being able to live in a country where you can do whatever you want and become whoever you want to be. Freedom is the ultimate gift.

LS: How does it feel to have not only successful careers with music and songwriting, but also now being involved with Buck Commander TV, doing more of your favorite things?
TF: I love the outdoors and being a partner in Buck Commander; it’s an honor. I’m on a team with my best friends promoting everything that is great about the outdoors. It gives our fans a peek behind the curtain to our personalities and our passion for hunting and fishing.

NRA Country is a lifestyle and a bond between the country music community and hard-working Americans everywhere. It’s powered by pride, freedom, love of country, respect for the military and the responsibilities of protecting the great American life. For more information visit nracountry.com, follow us on Facebook facebook.com/nracountryTwitter @NRACountry, and NRA_Country on Instagram.


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