Tyler Braden is sharing his fan-favorite, stripped-down “One Song, One Take” covers on his new five-track project, One Take Sessions: Vol. 1, out now on all streaming platforms.
The impetus for the collection comes from Braden’s popular live performance videos on YouTube, in which he’s tackled everything from post-grunge covers to his own stadium-ready anthems. The performances have earned him nearly 100,000 subscribers, and have always been exclusive to YouTube – until now.
“The ‘One Song, One Take’ videos started during quarantine as a way to try and bring back the live music feel while we couldn’t actually play live music or go to shows,” explains Braden. “If I messed up the take, it went up anyways because that’s how a live show works. No re-dos. When we saw how it was received on YouTube, it only made sense to elevate the videos a little for a limited run and include the band. We had a lot of fun, and I’m excited that people will be able to listen to them anytime they want now. May even do some more down the road!”
One Take Sessions: Vol. 1 follows Braden’s Neon Grave EP, released earlier this year. The Warner Music Nashville had a hand in penning all six cuts on the project, including one solo credit.
Braden has already accumulated more than 230 million global streams, and his debut single “Try Losing One” hit No. 1 on SiriusXM The Highway’s Hot 30 Countdown. The gritty country rocker has also toured with Brooks & Dunn, Dierks Bentley and Mitchell Tenpenny this year, and is currently supporting Luke Bryan on select dates of his “Country On Tour.”
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