Tyler Ramsey - For The Morning

Today, Tyler Ramsey unveils the pastoral and beguiling “Evening Country” via The Bluegrass Situation. Listen HERE. “Evening Country” is the latest track previewed ahead of Ramsey’s highly anticipated solo album For The Morning, out April 5th via Fantasy Records.  Previously Ramsey has shared the tracks “A Dream Of Home,” “Firewood,” and most recently “White Coat.”

Brimming with gorgeous pedal steel and heavenly vocals, “Evening Country” is an updated version of “Evening Kitchen”, a song Ramsey wrote for the Band of Horses’ GRAMMY nominated album Infinite Arms.

“This version, called “Evening Country,” was a way to reimagine the song and a chance to put it into a new frame with some truly amazing musicians, said Ramsey. “It was recorded in Louisville, KY with Seth Kauffman (Floating Action) and Kevin Ratterman (Lalaland Studio, My Morning Jacket, Ray Lamontagne) and I doing the basic tracking. The goose bump inducing harmony vocals were sung by Molly Parden and Thad Cockrell and recorded at the Fleetwood Shack in Nashville by my old friend Bill Reynolds (former Band of Horses bassist). The opportunity to revisit this song in the way that we did has given it a new energy for me as well as new meaning.”

He continues: “A wild memory of this song- years ago we were playing at Bonnaroo after Infinite Arms had been released. We finished our set and climbed down off the stage and our manager came up and told us to go back up and play a couple more songs because Bruce Springsteen had come onto our side stage to watch us play just as we were walking off. We ran back up and ended up playing “Evening Kitchen” last- and all I could think about the whole time was that there was Bruce Springsteen standing fifteen feet away from me and watching us play this song I’d written- don’t f*ck it up! We made it through and headed back down off the stage and there he was with that Bruce Springsteen smile and handshakes all around. Our monitor man Jon Cronin told me afterwards that he heard Bruce say, ‘That’s a good song!’  That’s enough for me!”

Fresh from several high-profile appearances at this year’s SXSW Festival in Austin, TX, Ramsey and his top-flight band are set for a run of headlining dates throughout the South and East Coast. Additionally, Ramsey will play select solo dates with Strand of Oaks before heading to the UK and Europe. For more information please visit www.tylerramsey.com.

Pre-order For The Morning HERE

Watch the album trailer HERE

Tyler Ramsey On Tour:
4.10 @ FM Kirby Center in Wilkes-Barre, PA^
4.11 @ U Street Music Hall in Washington, DC^
4.12 @ Motorco Music Hall in Durham, NC^
4.13 @ The Earl in Atlanta, GA^
4.14 @ Saturn in Birmingham, AL^
4.18 @ The Basement in Nashville, TN
4.20 @ Lo-Fi Lounge in Indianapolis, IN
4.22 @ Schubas Tavern in Chicago, IL
4.23 @ The Ark in Ann Arbor, MI
4.24 @ Club Café in Pittsburgh, PA
4.26 @ Iron Horse in Northampton, MA
4.27 @ Higher Ground in Burlington, VT
4.28 @ The Word Barn in Exeter, NH
4.29 @ Great Scott in Boston, MA
5.01 @ Mercury Lounge in New York, NY
5.02 @ World Café Live in Philadelphia, PA
5.03 @ The Southern in Charlottesville, VA
5.04 @ The Evening Muse in Charlotte, NC
5.11 @ Masonic Temple in Asheville, NC
5.20 @ St. Pancras Old Church in London, UK
5.22 @ 1999 in Paris, FR
5.23 @ AB Salon in Brussels, BE
5.25 @ Q Factory in Amsterdam, NL
5.26 @ Silent Green in Berlin, DE
6.13-16 @ Mountain Jam in Bethel, NY
^ with Strand of Oaks

Tyler Ramsey - Photo credit: Jameykay and Arlie

Photo credit: Jameykay and Arlie

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