Tyler Williams, a race car driver and emerging country artist, exclusively premieres the lyric video for his second single Simple on PopCulture.com. Fans can view the video and profile on the single by clicking https://t.e2ma.net/click/3mfe4/rluz5/jvcavg.
“Simple is a song about a relationship that doesn’t work out,” recalls Tyler. “You can remember the progression from the moment you really felt the relationship taking off all the way to how it felt when it was all over. You can play a million what ifs, but all you’re left with is a memory of what was.”
Tyler recently launched his new album Good for Me featuring the single Simple on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play & Amazon premiering inside the Top 40 on iTunes Country Album Charts on January 26. The first preview of Tyler’s project was launched at the close of 2017 when The Boot premiered the lyric video for the title track Good For Me. Since that premiere, outlets like All Access, AXS-TV, Billboard Country Update, Country Music Pride, The Country Note, KTUL-TV (Tulsa), Speed Sport, Tulsa World, WBKO-ABC (Bowling Green, KY), WGGC-FM (Bowling Green, KY), Young Millennial Money and many others have been buzzing about this Georgia native. Tyler’s 2018 started behind the wheel at the “Superbowl” of racing the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals where top drivers from NASCAR, USAC midget and sprint cars, NHRA drag racers and IndyCar drivers all compete against each other to capture the legendary championship trophy. Transitioning from the racing arena to the music community, Tyler celebrated his album release week performing on the RFD-TV #MusicMonday series, co-hosting Nashville Today on WSM with Devon O’Day and Lexi Carter, performing on WSMV-NBC’s Today in Nashville and recording segments with numerous radio programs including the industry icons Lorianne Crook and Charlie Chase. His Crook and Chase Countdown Discovery Artist segment premiered February 3 & 4.
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About Tyler Williams
This Stone Mountain, GA native was reared in a household with parents that spun the hits of Marvin Gaye and Michael W. Smith while Tyler and his older brother were discovering the hit makers of the 90s — Alan Jackson, George Strait, Boyz II Men & Mariah Carey. Recognizing early on that he wanted a career in entertainment, he would capture a role in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and performed for two years at the Fox Theater in Atlanta at ages 11 and 12. However, a failed performance at age 13 in a rock band caused him to change directions.
Tyler would then spend his summers with his uncles in the auto shop learning the mechanics behind combustion engines and began his path to the NASCAR late model and sprint car racing series. After nearly a decade of milestones that would find him capturing his first victory lane among 15 years veterans during his fourth year as a driver and even finishing as the #2 ranking position in points in his series, he decided to finally overcome his fear of the stage and redirected his focus to music.
This journey would spawn a debut ep Believe Again and book I Have a Voice, the inspirational and motivational look at the lessons he’s learned in the racing and now music community. Continuing to hone his craft while he furthers his racing career, Tyler’s second project Good For Me premiered on January 26 inside the Top 40 on the iTunes Country Album Charts.