Farr must "Suffer in Peace"
Friday, March 6, 2015
– Tyler Farr will release his sophomore disc in late April, Columbia Nashville announced today.
"Suffer in Peace" drops April 28 and features his current hit single "A Guy Walks Into a Bar." Farr had a hand in writing 3 of the 11 songs.
Songs on the disc are:
1. C.O.U.N.T.R.Y. - Chris Tompkins/Craig Wiseman/Rodney Clawson
2. A Guy Walks Into a Bar -Melissa Peirce/Jonathan Singleton/Brad Tursi
3. Withdrawals -Josh Kear/Gordie Sampson/Hillary Lindsey
4. Damn Good Friends (Duet with Jason Aldean) - Brent Anderson/Chris DuBois/Neil Medley
5. Suffer in Peace - Aaron G. Barker, Sr./Phil O'Donnell
6. Raised to Pray -Lance Miller/Adam Sanders/Brad Warren/Brett Warren
7. Criminal - Dallas Davidson/Rhett Akins/Ashley Gorley
8. Better in Boots - Justin Wilson/Dave Pittenger
9. Poor Boy - Tyler Farr/Dallas Davidson/Rhett Akins/Ben Hayslip
10. I Don't Even Want This Beer - Tyler Farr/Wade Kirby/Phil O'Donnell/Houston Phillips
11. Why We Live Here - Tyler Farr/Dallas Davidson/Houston Phillips
The Missouri native released his debut, "Redneck Crazy," in September 2013. The disc spawned the title track as a hit and "Whiskey In My Water."
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