Rising country artist Tyler Reese Tritt has released her highly anticipated brand new single, “Texas Hold Him,” which is out now and can be found on all major streaming platforms.
“Texas Hold him” was written by Jaida Dreyer and Melissa Peirce, and produced by Alex Kline. The single showcases Tyler Reese’s extraordinary talent and her ability to convey a story through her music and letting her voice lead the way. The anthem is heartfelt and captivating, delivering a country song that is the essence of what country music great.
Tyler Reese spoke about the song, saying, “I am beyond thrilled to share ‘Texas Hold Him’ with the world. This song holds a special place in my heart as it beautifully captures the emotions and challenges of moving forward while leaving a piece of your heart behind. It’s a heartfelt anthem that speaks to anyone who has ever had to make the difficult choice of pursuing their dreams. I hope listeners connect with the story and find solace and strength in the music. I can’t wait for everyone to hear it!”
“Texas Hold Him” follows Tyler’s most recent release, “Porch Light,” which was accompanied by a captivating music video and can be viewed here.
From a young age, Tyler Reese has harbored a deep passion for music and the stage. At just 14 years old, she had the remarkable opportunity to record the timeless Don Henley and Patty Smyth duet, “Sometimes Love Just Ain’t Enough,” alongside her father, Travis Tritt. This pivotal moment ignited Tyler’s career and set her on a path of success.
Throughout her musical journey, Tyler Reese has captivated audiences with her electrifying performances at renowned venues and festivals nationwide. She has had the privilege of opening for esteemed acts such as Sheryl Crow, Travis Tritt, and Runaway June, solidifying her reputation as a talented and versatile entertainer.
Despite her rising fame, Tyler remains grounded in her hometown of Power Springs, GA. When she is not mesmerizing audiences with her powerhouse vocals, she cherishes quality time with her family and friends, indulging in outdoor activities like horseback riding and swimming.
July 21: Pennsboro Motor Speedway, Pennsboro, WV (with Tyler Booth)
August 4: Ladies Night Country Style, Irwin, PA
August 6: Ohio River Festival 2023, Ravenswood, WV
August 25: Buffalo Jam Benefit Concert, Jamestown, ND
September 15: Kirkwood Winery & Isaiah Morgan Distillery, Summersville, WV
September 23: Tallahatchie River Fest, New Albany, MS (with Little Texas)
November 11: The Louisville Palace, Louisville, KY (with Travis Tritt)
November 17: Cobb Energy Performance Arts Centre, Atlanta, GA (with Travis Tritt and War Hippies)