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Our country boy

Tyller Gummersall got an early start to his music career. In 1998, he joined Pat Dressen (drums), Tim Sullivan (standing, left) and Zack Hunter as an 8-year old to sing along for an Old Spring Creek dance.
Tyller Gummersall, center, and Chris Bettin, as The Wrecking Balls,’ recorded their upcoming CD “Broken” last fall at Gary Cook’s Red Cliff Studio. The new CD will be released in May.
During a 2013 visit to Nashville, Gummersall, left, recorded an EP with Brad Pemberton (of The Cardinals), Jon Graboff (drums and steel for Ryan Adams) and Dave Jacques (bassist for John Prine, Iris Dement, Emmylou Harris and others). Gummersall said such songwriting collaborations are remarkably commonplace in the Nashville music community.

Our country boy

Tyller Gummersall got an early start to his music career. In 1998, he joined Pat Dressen (drums), Tim Sullivan (standing, left) and Zack Hunter as an 8-year old to sing along for an Old Spring Creek dance.
Tyller Gummersall, center, and Chris Bettin, as The Wrecking Balls,’ recorded their upcoming CD “Broken” last fall at Gary Cook’s Red Cliff Studio. The new CD will be released in May.
During a 2013 visit to Nashville, Gummersall, left, recorded an EP with Brad Pemberton (of The Cardinals), Jon Graboff (drums and steel for Ryan Adams) and Dave Jacques (bassist for John Prine, Iris Dement, Emmylou Harris and others). Gummersall said such songwriting collaborations are remarkably commonplace in the Nashville music community.
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