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YouTube Favorite Tyler Barham Releases Latest Single “Just Two Kids” 

YouTube favorite, Tyler Barham, has released his newest single, “Just Two Kids.” The song is available to radio programmers on CDX Vol. 614, and digitally via CDX InstaTracks and Play MPE. It is also available for purchase at iTunes and other digital retailers.“Just Two Kids” by Billboard’s “One To Watch” Barham, is the follow-up to his recent chart success with “More Than A Cotton Dress” and is the top-selling track from Barham’s Don’t Cage This Heart EP, which debuted at #19 on Billboard’s Heatseeker Album Chart for all genres.

Barham says, “I’m so thankful that George Ducas and Arlis Albritton let me record ‘Just Two Kids.’ When I first heard it I fell in love with the story and pictures the song painted and I knew I wanted to record it. I grew up in the small town of Florence, MT and I have friends who are still living the story of this song. They started out together as kids and had no idea that a simple kiss would lead to forever.”

2015 is shaping up to be the best year yet for Barham. His extremely active social following has grown to 50,000 online fans from his combined social media sites and nearly 9 million YouTube views. His cover songs have been shared on social media by the original artists themselves, including Blake Shelton, Lady A, and Brett Eldredge. Darius Rucker and Keith Urban have also featured Barham’s covers on the pre-concert jumbotron video screens on their national tours.

All of this attention earned Barham a feature article in a recent edition of the CMA Close Up magazine, alongside The Band Perry and Joe Nichols, in a story focused on tips from artists who are maintaining successful social media platforms. My Country Nation (an OTT channel specifically for country music fans launched by Brad Paisley, Taillight, ARC Entertainment and WME) recently asked Barham and Chris Young to be correspondents at the “Swimville” event held in downtown Nashville for the February launch of the 2015 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue release. Here is a link featuring Barham at the event: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DxcIbGv-W_o&feature=youtu.be. My Country Nation was so pleased with the young talent that they asked him back and Barham can now be seen conducting interviews as a “musical man on the street” for the network.

Tyler Barham Signs with CMA and Featured in CMA CLOSE UP 

NASHVILLE, TN (February 3, 2015) - Rising young Country star, Tyler Barham, recently stopped by the CMA offices in Nashville to sign up for membership and pick up a copy of the latest edition of their Close Up magazine, where he is featured in a three-page spread along with The Band Perry and Joe Nichols. The story, titled "Keep It Real," focuses on social media tips from Barham and the other artists.

Never one to miss an opportunity to connect with his fans, Barham took the opportunity while at the CMA to film a short video about the career milestone - and also sang an acoustic version of his upcoming single, "Just Two Kids," which is slated for release in March. Watch the video here: http://youtu.be/CWjhAdW3brU.


Barham states, "I am excited to announce that I am the newest member of the CMA, and am thrilled to be featured in Close Up! I look forward to a great 2015!"


Barham, 24, a Montana native, currently residing in Nashville, certainly knows how to "keep it real" by staying in daily contact with his huge social media fan base, which includes over 50,000 followers spread across Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube.


Barham's YouTube site boasts an astonishing 8.8 million views of his videos, which are a combination of his own original music and covers of his favorite songs by artists including Blake Shelton, Lady Antebellum, and Brett Eldredge, who have all shared Barham's covers with their own followers. Barham met with YouTube staffers on their recent visit to Music City prompting Margaret Hart, of YouTube Artist Relations, to state: "Congrats Tyler on the CMA Close Up! We loved having Tyler come to our recent event in Nashville and look forward to him continuing to connect with his growing fan-base on YouTube."


On the fast track to success, Barham has already racked up amazing stats for a new artist, including Billboard's "10 Country Artists to Watch in 2014" and CMA's "Who New to Watch in 2013." In addition, Barham was a finalist on Great American Country's nationwide talent search, Next GAC Star, and also appeared on the E! television network series, Opening Act.

Tyler Barham Fans Help Create "More Than A Cotton Dress" Lyric Video 

Billboard's "One to Watch", Tyler Barham enlisted the help of his female fans to bring a personal touch to the lyric video for his current single, "More Than A Cotton Dress". Female followers were simply asked to tweet a selfie holding a sign describing one non-physical thing about themselves with the hash tag #morethanacottondress. Photo submissions came in from all over the country and as far away as Australia, even garnering a selfie from a US Olympian.  107 photos were used in the creation of the lyric video.


The following is an email from a fan who participated in the campaign. 


"This song is a necessary reminder and a beautiful reassurance that we are SO much more than a hairstyle and lipstick shade. We are brave and bold and silly and kind and loyal and quirky and intelligent and talented. The true test of beauty is not for a mirror to decide. It is the strength of the light from within--it is how willing we are to be our unique selves in a society of stereotypical expectations. So as you listen to the lyrics, think of a quality that defines the REAL you--a quality that you identify with most, a quality that has been your driving force, a quality that gives you purpose and passion. You are more than a pretty face and "a cotton dress", you are <insert wonderful quality here>." - Natasha Greene

Tyler Barham sings with Missoula Symphony for 10th Annual “Symphony in the Park” 

—Missoula Symphony Orchestra Presents Tenth Annual “Symphony in the Park”—

A little bit of country, a little bit of rock and roll…if you add to that classical, Americana, and a handful of well known movie tunes, we’ve got ourselves a great concert. This year’s Symphony in the Park, now in its tenth year, features what music director Darko Butorac describes as “truly something for everyone—a show worthy of a tenth anniversary!” The free concert is one of Missoula’s most popular events and takes place on Sunday, August 10 at 7pm in Caras Park.

The concert will feature special guest and up-and-coming Country Western star Tyler Barham. Recently named one of Billboard’s “10 Country Artists to Watch in 2014,” Barham was born and raised in Montana and is returning to his old stomping grounds for Symphony in the Park. “We wanted to do something different and fabulous for this concert,” says Symphony Executive Director John Driscoll. “Bringing in Tyler certainly fits the bill—he’s a local boy done good, the audience is going to love him.”  (Continue)