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We first met Tyler in February 2006 when he came in to pitch some songs he had written. I remember telling him he would be a good writer some day, just keep studying and learning the craft. Over the next several months he began studying successful writers and working with artist on our label. He never complained or showed any sign of jealously. He just did what he was asked and wrote four songs that we think are good enough to be released as singles. He also developed skills onstage and in the studio. It was hard not to notice that Tyler was outshining everyone he shared a stage with and had developed into a pro. As a reward, I took him to Nashville to hang out at Tanya Tucker's ranch. One night while she was cooking dinner for us (and yes, she does cook) Tyler started playing for her. There was also a representative from CMT there who liked one of his songs so much she asked me if she could record it. The next day I was down in the basement and the guys from CMT came down and told me, "You know you have a monster artist on your hands."
Information from Tim Erwin of Common Ground Records