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William Tyler 7/21/13 + Video

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  • Date Recorded: July 21, 2013
  • Artist / Band: William Tyler
  • Hosting Show: Gold Soundz
  • Sound: Dan Kinney
  • Video: Stephen Spencer

William Tyler is one of few guitarists who have mastered their instrument in a way that transcends mere sound.

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Tyler is one of those legendary masters whose music can conjure up a vivid mental image in the listener only using six steel strings and 10 fingers.

Nashville based guitarist William Tyler cut his teeth recording and touring with the indie pop/folk groups Lambchop and Silver Jews and also performed with such luminaries as Charlie Louvin and Bonnie "Prince" Billy before striking out on his own with the 2010 debut release "Behold the Spirit."

Tyler performs solo guitar pieces that paint vivid pictures of life, whether it's the summer rainstorm of picked notes in "We Can't Go Home Again" or the high speed trip through Nevada conjured by "Cadillac Desert." Tyler stopped by the KDHX studios to perform a set of songs from his critically-acclaimed 2013 album "Impossible Truth."

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