Tyler Mullins
  • Night Train to Memphis
  • Plum Peachy
  • River City Blues
  • Bully of the Town
  • Somewhere Over the Rainbow
  • Jesus Is Getting Us Ready for That Great Day
  • I Can't Even Walk Without You Holding My Hand
  • Just a Closer Walk With Thee
  • The Old Rugged Cross
  • My God Is Real
  • I've Got So Much to Thank Him For
  • Jesus Is the Rock
  • Pass Me Not
  • I Just Want to Thank You Lord
  • What a Friend We Have In Jesus
  • Amazing Grace
  • Me and Jesus
  • Night Train to Memphis
    Genre: Bluegrass
    MP3 (03:09) [7.22 MB]
  • Plum Peachy
    Genre: Bluegrass
    MP3 (03:25) [7.84 MB]
  • River City Blues
    Genre: Bluegrass
    MP3 (03:23) [7.75 MB]
  • Bully of the Town
    Genre: Bluegrass
    MP3 (03:09) [7.22 MB]
  • Somewhere Over the Rainbow
    Genre: Bluegrass
    MP3 (02:01) [4.63 MB]
  • Jesus Is Getting Us Ready for That Great Day
    Genre: Gospel
    MP3 (03:19) [7.6 MB]
  • I Can't Even Walk Without You Holding My Hand
    Genre: Gospel
    MP3 (06:38) [15.19 MB]
  • Just a Closer Walk With Thee
    Genre: Gospel
    MP3 (04:01) [9.18 MB]
  • The Old Rugged Cross
    Genre: Gospel
    MP3 (07:00) [16 MB]
  • My God Is Real
    Genre: Gospel
    MP3 (04:43) [10.78 MB]
  • I've Got So Much to Thank Him For
    Genre: Gospel
    MP3 (06:11) [14.16 MB]
  • Jesus Is the Rock
    Genre: Gospel
    MP3 (04:14) [9.68 MB]
  • Pass Me Not
    Genre: Gospel
    MP3 (04:43) [10.78 MB]
  • I Just Want to Thank You Lord
    Genre: Gospel
    MP3 (07:43) [17.66 MB]
  • What a Friend We Have In Jesus
    Genre: Gospel
    MP3 (03:44) [8.56 MB]
  • Amazing Grace
    Genre: Gospel
    MP3 (05:57) [13.64 MB]
  • Me and Jesus
    Genre: Gospel
    MP3 (05:09) [11.79 MB]
Biography
tylermullinsmusic.com
mullinsmusic15@gmail.com
859-496-1528

PLUM PEACHY (2022):
Originally recorded as his Senior Capstone Project at Morehead State University in 2014, Tyler Mullins' new EP, "Plum Peachy", features 5 banjo-driven songs that are sure to captivate the listener with their unique solos and solid rhythm section.

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I CAN'T EVEN WALK WITHOUT YOU HOLDING MY HAND (2019):
This album serves as Tyler's first official solo album. Each track is a display of heartfelt singing and/or playing; each song has a special place in Tyler's life.

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ABOUT TYLER MULLINS:
Tyler's love for music became apparent at an early age. As a toddler, he sat on the church pew pretending to play his pink guitar-shaped rattler. Eventually, this passion for music would lead him to learn a few chords on the guitar, take piano lessons, and join the school concert band playing trombone. However, at age 11 he began to take music more seriously when he decided to try the banjo, one his grandmother had bought him for Christmas when he was in kindergarten.

As a teenager, Tyler joined his school’s bluegrass band. During this time he went to Japan as part of a musical and cultural exchange program and took lessons from banjo professional Jeff Roberts. Beginning to hone his skills as a performer, Tyler helped co-found the youth-comprised group “Kentucky Sassafras” in 2004.

In January 2009, “Kentucky Sassafras” disbanded. That same month, Chloe (one of the members of Sassafras) and her husband attended a Larry Sparks and the Lonesome Ramblers show in Clay City, KY. It just so happened Larry's banjo player at the time was planning to leave the band, so Chloe told Larry about her friend Tyler Mullins. After emailing Larry samples of his playing, Tyler was hired as a member of the “Lonesome Ramblers”.

While working with Sparks, Tyler gained invaluable experience. This included performances at Rocky Grass in Lyons, CO; Bill Monroe's Bean Blossom Bluegrass Festival in Bean Blossom, IN; and the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, TN. He also had the privilege to record on two of Sparks' albums, Almost Home and Lonesome and Then Some: A Classic 50th Celebration, the latter of which included guests such as Curly Seckler, Allison Krauss, Bobby Osborne, and Jesse McReynolds.
 
While touring, Tyler graduated from Morehead State University with a double-major in “Traditional Music Performance” and “Multimedia Production”. As a member of his college Mountain Music Ambassadors band, he also traveled to China as part of a cultural musical program.
 
Tyler left Larry Sparks and the Lonesome Ramblers in March 2015. Today, he fronts his own band, “Tyler Mullins and Friends”. In addition, he teaches music in Warsaw, KY, and is excited about his new CD, "Plum Peachy”. He hopes you enjoy it as much as he enjoyed recording it. For more information, contact Tyler at mullinsmusic15@gmail.com or by phone at 859-496-1528.
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  • Members:
    Tyler Mullins, Raymond McLain, Ruth McLain Smith, Scott Napier, Jesse Wells
  • Sounds Like:
    Bill Monroe, Flatt and Scruggs, Reno and Smiley, The McLain Family Band
  • Influences:
    Bill Monroe, Flatt and Scruggs, Reno and Smiley, The Stanley Brothers, Larry Sparks, Roy Acuff, The McLain Family Band
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    07/04/19
  • Profile Last Updated:
    08/16/22 10:51:43

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