Tyler Childers plays Ottawa Bluesfest 12th July 2024!

Tyler Childers plays Ottawa Bluesfest 2024 news

Ottawa Bluesfest organizers are pleased to announce that TYLER CHILDERS will be performing on the RBC Stage at Ottawa Bluesfest, July 12th 2024, as part of Tyler Childers Mule Pull ’24 Tour!

We are delighted to confirm that Tyler Childers will be performing at the festival this coming summer. Tyler has been on our wish list for several years now, and being able to bring him to the festival to perform for his legions of fans here in the Ottawa Valley is a real coup.

Mark Monahan, executive and artistic director

The Mule Pull ’24 Tour celebrates Childers’ acclaimed new album, Rustin’ In The Rain (Hickman Holler Records/RCA Records), which recently debuted at #10 on the all-genre Billboard 200 chart with 38,500 equivalent units sold.

In celebration of the new record, Childers recently spoke with The New York Times, who praises, “His songs with roots in bluegrass, Southern rock and Appalachian tradition have pushed the boundaries of country music and even his own fan base, while cementing him as one of the most successful touring and streaming artists in his field—without the aid of radio,” and continues, “when he sings live, his eyes burn with the ferocity of a preacher, and fans hang on to every word.

Ahead of the release, Childers unveiled the breakthrough lead single, “In Your Love,” alongside an official music video, which debuted as YouTube’s #1 trending music video. Since then, it has garnered over 6.6 million video views and 30 million on-demand streams along with acclaim from outlets such as NPR Music, Billboard, Pitchfork, Stereogum, Consequence, The Advocate, OUT, and Rolling Stone, who praises, “the music video of compassion and caring we need right now,” while USA Today calls the video “a much-needed portrait of inclusivity.”

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