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Tyler Bryant & the Shakedown announce winter 2013 tour dates

January 11, 2013
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imgNashville-foursome Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown will hit the road this winter in support of their forthcoming full-length Wild Child out January 22nd (Carved Records). Tour dates below! Wild Child is a 12-cut collection of shin-shattering tracks, pushing musical limits and solidifying the band’s place in the emerging young rock scene. After tearing up the stage at SXSW last year, Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown are proud to announce they will be bringing their rollicking performance to Austin once again, watch www.tylerbryantmusic.com for details.

In celebration of Wild Child, the band will be performing a release party Live at Sundance Film Festival at Everest Mansion, hosted by Adrian Grenier. Fans can pre-order Wild Child via the band’s website, iTunes, and Amazon.

Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown went out of 2012 with a bang after creating the “Give. More. Music” campaign in their hometown of Nashville on December 12th. The band partnered with select food trucks across the city for one day to play Wild Child for fans to catch a first listen and distribute a limited amount of free downloads of their single “Last One Leaving.”

At 21-years-old, Tyler Bryant has already shared the stage with legends like Aerosmith, Jeff Beck, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Eric Clapton and Heart and is featured in the award winning film, “Rock Prophecies.” Along with his talented bandmate peers Caleb Crosby (drums), Noah Denney (bass) and guitarist Graham Whitford (son of Aerosmith’s Brad Whitford), the quartet has captured the attention of fans and industry alike with their spectacular talent and rare showmanship. Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown took 2011 by storm, releasing their first EP My Radio in March 2011, followed by a 7-track album From The Sandcastle in September 2011. Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown made their late night television debut on Jimmy Kimmel Live!- Click here to watch the band perform “Last One Leaving.”
 
 
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