Muddy pickup trucks, a six-pack, and a dirt road that leads to pavement. The roots in your garden lead to the heartlines of life and, substantially, a hillbilly’s assessment of a down-to-earth look into all the great things surrounding you. “Only Truck In Town” is a short walk back from a fishin’ hole towards a day spent in bed with the love of your life. Y’all sleeping well after day drinking, the cats and dogs are out in the holler, and nobody has a care in the world.

The “only truck” being a synonym for materialistic values, judgement against others and (dare I say this) farts in the wind. Ain’t no sunshine when she’s gone. This is a badass song produced by multi-platinum recording artist Jason Aldean and you can tell his significant Midas touch has helped Farr to become the only solo male country artist to have his first two studio albums debut in the top 5 on the Billboard 200 chart. There’s no official announcement about a full album worthy of Tyler Farr’s blessings, but we do receive another sneak peek with “I Wish Dogs Could Live Forever.”

Some say Country music is only about lost love, dogs, fishing, pickup trucks and lottery tickets, but is that really such a bad thing?

Run Time: 3:30
Release Date: January 24, 2020
Record Label: Broken Bow Records/Night Train Records

I was born in the late 60's amongst hippies and bikers. Cut my teeth on 70's rock and roll surrounded by motorheads and potheads, and in the 80's spread my wings and flourished as a guitarist. In the 90's I became a semi-professional musician knocking on death metals door, as well as entering the world as a freelance writer. In the 2000's I moved to Hollywood and watched the music industry crumble in front of my dreams and then took a break. Now, in the early 2020s I'm ready to rock again… or swing, blues, bluegrass, country, jazz, classical, etc. Its not so much a job to me anymore, but a great way to express myself and have a good time, and, "I know, its only rock and roll but I like it".