If you’re a fan of country music, then you’ll want to pay close attention to Tyler Joe Miller’s latest release “Back To Drinkin’ Whiskey”.
This single is not just your average drinking song, but a story about how love can make you feel complete but when that love goes away, old habits come back to haunt you.
According to Tyler, “It’s a story about how the right person can make you feel so whole that you don’t need any vices to keep your heart occupied, but once that love leaves you in the dust, you tend to go back to old habits and what doesn’t let you down. For this person, that’s a top-shelf bottle to drown the hurt of losing that love.”
Produced by Danick Dupelle and co-penned by Miller, Kelly Archer, and Dupelle, “Back To Drinkin’ Whiskey” is a powerful track that demands to be heard. The release of this single comes just in time for Miller’s appearance at the 2023 Boots and Hearts Music Festival, where he will be headlining the Front Porch Stage on August 13th.
Don’t miss out on the chance to hear this hit live! Miller will also be hitting the road this spring, with stops in Calgary, British Columbia, and Quebec, with more dates to be announced later.
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About Tyler Joe Miller
Surrey, BC’s Tyler Joe Miller is quickly making a name for himself in Canadian country music. After signing to MDM Recordings Inc. in 2019, Miller released his Gold Certified debut single “Pillow Talkin'”, which quickly earned him the title of iHeartRadio Future Star and became his first #1 single at Canadian country radio.
Miller continued his success with the release of “I Would Be Over Me Too”, which marked him as the first independent Canadian country artist to reach #1 at radio with their first two singles. His debut EP “Sometimes I Don’t, But Sometimes I Do” included hit tracks “Fighting” and “Sometimes I Do”, which were both Top 10 and Top 5 at radio, respectively.
In 2021, Miller was named SiriusXM’s Top of the Country winner and received four CCMA Award nominations. He continued his success in 2022 with the release of “Never Met a Beer”, a collaboration with fellow rising country star Matt Lang, which marked his sixth consecutive Top 10 single at Canadian country radio.
With 33 million streams to date, Miller is on a meteoric rise in the Canadian country music scene and is a name you won’t want to forget. Don’t miss your chance to see him live and headlining the Front Porch Stage at the 2023 Boots and Hearts Music Festival.
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