Have you heard of Tyler Rich? The small-town up-and-coming singer/songwriter is quickly making his way into the Country music scene and if you don’t know him yet, you will soon.
Who is Tyler Rich?
Tyler Rich is a Country Singer/Songwriter from a small Northern California farming community called Yuba City, and based in Nashville, TN. He found his love for country music after his cousin took him to see George Strait at the age of eight. From George, to Garth, to Alan Jackson, Tyler immersed himself into the music.
Tyler has performed alongside some of the industry’s top artists, including Cole Swindell, Sam Hunt, Dan + Shay, Gloriana, Canaan Smith, Maddie & Tae and more. Tyler’s first single “Radio,” hit iTunes in 2015 and he was named “One to Watch in 2015” at the Country Music Social Media Awards (CMChatty’s) in Nashville.
Rising to Fame
Tyler Rich has performed at various Station Casinos for the past six years including Club Madrid, Gaudi Bar and Rosalita’s Bar at Sunset Station, Rocks Lounge and Onyx Bar at Red Rock Casino, Drop Bar at Green Valley Ranch, 4949 at Santa Fe Station and at Graton Resort.
Station Casinos’ Director of Entertainment Monica Reeves booked Tyler in the opening slot of shows knowing that he has an incredible personality and a great local following.
“He would show up early and work the line meeting guests, giving them free downloads to his new music and making new friends. This was awesome because guests would come out early knowing that he would be there and the room would look great when he took the stage.”
What’s Next for the Country Star?
He recently became a Valory Co. Recording Artist and released his new single “The Difference” which is on iTunes, Spotify, and Amazon Music. Make sure you keep an eye out for this rising star as he will soon hit the big stages and arenas across the country.
He is making his Las Vegas debut as a Valory Recording Artist at 10th Annual All-star Guitar Pull at Pearl Concert Theater at Palms Casino Resort on Thursday, April 12. He is also doing a special performance at the Official Old Dominion After Party inside Crimson at Red Rock Resort on Friday, April 13. Doors open at 10 p.m.