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Tyler Boone

Tyler Boone

The Prescriptions, Reverie Lane

Thu · December 14, 2017

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$10.00 - $12.00

This event is 18 and over

Tyler Boone
Tyler Boone
Being constantly on the move between Charleston, SC & Nashville, TN Tyler Boone grew up in the Lowcountry of Charleston, SC. Boone first became enamored with the small club rock scene and slowly started making his way headlining major music venues, gaining traction on the radio waves all across the country & over 13 countries which has led him to open for some incredible talent. He is also a Taylor Guitar endorsed artist.

His current single "Short Skirt, Bare Knees" is currently being pushed to radio and was accepted into the voting process for the 2018 Grammy awards.

Tyler made his debut at the 5th annual Firefly Music Festival in 2016 (Mumford & Sons, Kings of Leon, Blink-182) 2016 in Dover, Delaware right before his most recent record "True Experience" was released on Coast Records. Tyler also made a quick appearance in the new HBO series "Vice Principals" which you can view here. His latest single "Short Skirt, Bare Knees" is currently being added all over the country and his next national TV appearances will be on Bravo TV "A Night With My Ex" with his single "Paper Wings"

Opening up for such acts as Grammy award winning artist Sheryl Crow, Christopher Cross, Hootie and the Blowfish, Platinum selling artist Edwin McCain, Zach Myers of Shinedown & also American Idol Winner David Cook & Lee DeWyze. Others such as The Avett Brothers, The Marcus King Band, Will Hoge, Corey Smith, Band of Horses, Old Crow Medicine Show, The Drive By Truckers, Old Dominion, Shovels & Rope, Blues Traveler, The Spin Doctors, Cowboy Mouth, Manchester Orchestra, The Revivalists, Minus the Bear, Kawehi, I-Nine and Ben Rector. Boone is well on his way to becoming a major act himself.
The Prescriptions
The Prescriptions
For Birmingham native Hays Ragsdale, songwriting became second nature early on, however it was a creative outlet that he mostly kept to himself. His outlook changed, however, after moving to Nashville in the fall of 2014, when family friend and Nashville music veteran Chas Williams convinced him that his songs had an audience. So Hays decided to seek out a group of experienced musicians and naturally turned to fellow Nashville transplants formerly involved in Birmingham's tight-knit music community. Luckily, he found some familiar faces: Longtime friend and bassist Parker McAnnally was recruited first, who soon suggested accomplished guitarist Jack Thomason and his college classmate, Houston-raised drummer John Wood. All drawn to the musical environment in Nashville for similar reasons, the four-piece quickly discovered a common vision and formed The Prescriptions.

While The Prescriptions may come by their Southern style of narrative storytelling honestly, they refuse to rest on the laurels of their musical heritage. Songs like “She Is Waiting” prove that they’re just as comfortable launching into a heavy, alt-country breakdown as they are a world-weary lyrical stream of consciousness. The Prescriptions channel a broad range of influences, from the aching, unaffected honesty of ‘70s folk titans like Neil Young, to the guitar-driven melodies of The Strokes’ early recordings and the experimental energy of Wilco.

The band is set to start recording their first full length album at the legendary Sound Emporium Studios this spring. It’s clear that The Prescriptions are somewhat of a rarity in the modern musical landscape: a group of close friends that are more concerned with pushing each other’s creative boundaries rather than pushing a sound you’ve heard before. - Hilli Levin
Reverie Lane
Reverie Lane
One Tennessean, Presley Tucker, and one Pennsylvanian, Spencer Bartoletti, are the creative core of REVERIE LANE.

The earliest idea of forming what would become the band began after Presley and Spencer caught each other’s gigs at a Nashville club. Both appreciating the other’s singing and songwriting talent, they subsequently decided to write together. Writing became singing together, and singing together led to forming their own group. They assembled a collection of players around them and the REVERIE LANE cast was complete.

The two ladies recently signed a deal with the newly formed Wolftracks Music Publishing Company and immediately began writing with some of Nashville’s foremost writers, including Bonnie Baker, Roxie Dean, Rose Falcon, George Teren, James LeBlanc, Matraca Berg, Keesy Timmer, Brad Crisler, Leslie Satcher, Jenny Gill, and Clint Daniels.

Roxie Dean said, “REVERIE LANE is the real deal. See them perform live one time, and you will become a fan! Finally, gorgeous girls with great vocals and great songs come together. REVERIE is truly ‘one-of-a-kind’!”

REVERIE LANE is now ready to introduce themselves and their music to the world. Incidentally, Presley Tucker is following in the footsteps of her mother, Tanya.
Venue Information:
The High Watt
One Cannery Row
Nashville, TN, 37203