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Tyler Farr Celebrates Release of Suffer In Peace in New York City

On Tuesday, April 28 when Tyler Farr’s new album, Suffer In Peace, arrives in stores you will find the Missouri native in New York City. Farr is celebrating the release of his second album for Columbia Nashville with an appearance on the Fox News Channel’s morning show Fox & Friends (April 27), a performance on NBC’s TODAY (April 28) and hosting a special album release show for his fans in the big apple at Irving Plaza on album release night.

Suffer In Peace is produced by Jim Catino and Julian King; both of whom produced Farr’s debut album Redneck Crazy which released in 2013 and landed at #2 on the Country Albums Chart and #5 on the Billboard Top 200 Albums Chart.

As the title track, “Suffer In Peace,” might suggest, Farr has moved ever so slightly from his rollicking debut album Redneck Crazy to a plain of introspection.

“On it [Suffer In Peace], the brawny, strutting male lead from his debut collection has retreated within,” says Entertainment Weekly after an early listen. “His [Farr’s] characteristic growl becomes the voice of a wounded lover, searching for solace in the lick of a mountain breeze on the album’s title track—and “Withdrawals” has him crashing, desperate for the high the lover who left him used to give.”

Fans of Farr’s first album need not worry. The country renegade may be suffering in peace, but he still knows how to make noise publicly. Crank-the-volume-up songs like “C.O.U.N.T.R.Y” and “Damn Good Friends” a duet with Farr’s friend, Jason Aldean, are sure to be instant fan favorites. And those fans in NYC will get to experience them first hand on April 28 at Irving Plaza.

Suffer In Peace in stores April 28. Pre-order your copy of the album now for the limited time price of $7.99 and get the songs “Suffer in Peace,” “Withdrawals” and Tyler’s hit “A Guy Walks Into a Bar.”


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