Michael Tyler Set to Release Reviver Records Debut On St. Patrick’s Day

After penning hits for other artists, Michael Tyler is gearing up for the release of his own debut, 317, on Reviver Records March 17. The CD is available for pre-order now on iTunes and Amazon and features Tyler’s new single, “They Can’t See,” which is one of the most-added records at radio this week. The album title was inspired by the number Tyler saw on his odometer after he arrived in Nashville from his hometown in Thayer, Missouri.

Tyler has already made a name for himself as a songwriter, receiving the SESAC Song of the Year for his co-write on the Dierks Bentley smash “Somewhere On A Beach.” He also penned “Laid Back” on Jason Aldean’s Old Boots New Dirt album, three songs on the LoCash album The Fighters, and a Jason Aldean/Kelsea Ballerini duet “First Time Again” on Aldean’s No. 1 album They Don’t Know.

Tyler is currently on the road with labelmates LoCash for Live Nation’s ‘Ones To Watch’ Tour.

317 Track Listing:
1. “Here’s To The Nights”
(Michael Tyler/Jaron Boyer/Adam Shoenfeld)
2. “Crazy Last Night”
(Michael Tyler/Jaron Boyer/Josh Mirenda)
3. “Long Drive Home”
(Michael Tyler/AJ Babcock/Pete Good)
4. “They Can’t See”
(Michael Tyler/Jaron Boyer/Brandon Hood)
5. “Love Myself”
(Michael Tyler/Jaron Boyer/Alexander Palmer)
6. “Songs About Missouri”
(Michael Tyler/Jacob Rice/Jimmy Yeary)
7. “Hey Mama”
(Michael Tyler/Jaron Boyer/Adam Argyle)
8. “Secret”
(Michael Tyler/Phil Barton/Preston Brust/Lindsay Rimes)
9. “Good at Being Young”
(Michael Tyler/Jaron Boyer/Josh Mirenda)
10. “Play That Party Song”
(Michael Tyler/Jessi Alexander/Gordie Sampson)
11. “Interstate”
(Michael Tyler/Jaron Boyer/Nathan Chapman)

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