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THE ACMS: MOSTLY LIVE AND REALLY REAL
Moving in the right direction (9/18a)
2020 EIGHT-MONTH MARKETSHARE SCORECARD
Interscope #1 in latest power rankings (9/17a)
WASSERMAN SEALS THE DEAL
But what's behind door #2? (9/17a)
SURFACES LEVEL UP
Peaking at just the right time (9/18a)
NEAR TRUTHS: HERE'S THE DEAL (AND THE ROAD AHEAD)
This column pairs well with BBQ sauce. (9/15a)
GRAMMY TALK
We're full of it.
AFRICAN POP
Getting global with it.
IT'S PRETTY SMOKY
And this time it's not from our bong.
WHAT COMES AFTER TIKTOK?
Shorter videos! Weirder trends!
THE B-SIDE
NEW MUSIC FROM FARR NOT FAR
4/23/15



Tyler Farr's sophomore full-length, Suffer in Peace, streets next week (4/28) via Columbia Nashville. After being categorized in the realm of bro-country party animals with his debut smash, Redneck Crazy, Farr seems to have redirected his sound, expanding his reach.

"On [Suffer in Peace] the brawny, strutting male lead from his debut collection has retreated within. His characteristic growl becomes the voice of a wounded lover," wrote Entertainment Weekly.

And apparently people are diggin' it. The first official video from his new set, "A Guy Walks Into a Bar" (above), has already snagged north of 4m views. Although the aforementioned song and the title track fall into this suffer-centered tone, Farr still remembers to kick it up a notch on a handful of party anthems, including "C.O.U.N.T.R.Y" and "Damn Good Friends." The latter is a duet with noneother than damn good friend and renowned party-starter Jason Aldean.