Tyler Anthony was born and raised in Gretna, NE. Tyler is influenced by outlaws like Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, and many more. He has opened for artists such as Dolly Parton, Artymus Pyle, Mike and the Moonpies, Tanner Usrey, Tim Montana, Joe Stamm, Casey Donahew, LoCash, Mitchell Tenpenny, and LANCO. Tyler has also had the privilege to sing the National Anthem at the 2021 US Olympic Swim Trials. He debuted his first Nashville show working alongside Nashville's best artists including Kent Wells at the Country Music Hall of Fame.
Tyler Anthony makes music that reflects the life and grit of the true midwest. His lyrics- combined with his raw bari-tenor voice- split the very dirt that he was raised on.
Jumpstarting his career before COVID-19, Tyler did not quit. He continued to play every honky tonk that he could. He was not raised to lie low and quit. He was raised to always work for his dreams and to never stop- even once there. Tyler's debut album "What Are You Waiting For?" released August 4th of 2022. With popularity rising in his first single "It'll Sound Wrong" Tyler has quickly begun working towards an independent tour come 2023.
It is not only love that fuels this album, but trials that have come from Tyler's earlier years as a kid up to this very moment. Quitting college and trying to find his way to closing down the dive bars with his band at 2am- Tyler Anthony does not stop!
This has all helped develop the "Trainwreck" sound. Full of the gritty Southern Rock flare, storytelling like Cash, and the on'ry stage presence of Hank Williams Jr.
You need Tyler Anthony at your next show like a farmer needs 85 degree weather and a good rain. Tyler has always been a performer. Even while baling hay in the summer to feeding out cows, he has always kept his passion burning thick.
A love song. Delicate with no filter-true to the way love is. Tyler sings about messing up in relationships and trying to find the right words and the right songs. Finding a true love, Never being able to write a love song again because well, it will sound wrong.