Country singer Tyler Farr's latest radio single "Redneck Crazy" has been certified gold and it has garnered over six million views on his official YouTube page.
In addition, "Redneck Crazy" has become Farr's first No. 1 single on country radio, where it reached No. 1 on the Mediabase Country charts, as well as No. 3 on the Billboard Hot Country Airplay charts.
Last week, Farr served as the inaugural performer for The Grand Ole Opry and Southwest Airlines' "Nashville's New Music in New York" Bryant Park concert series and he made his national television debut on Fox and Friends.
Tyler Farr remarked in a press statement, "Thank you to all of my fans and to country radio for the love and support y’all have shown me throughout my career."
The country singer-songwriter added, "From the moment I first heard this song, I knew we had something unique and different. The edge it brought to the table, lyrically and musically, took me to a time where I felt those emotions, which is why we write and sing country music, to make people feel something, and thankfully, country music fans did. I am very humbled by this entire experience and will continue to write, sing and record country music for country music fans and country music radio."
A native of Missouri, Farr will be out on the road touring with such acclaimed country acts as Lee Brice and Florida Georgia Line this fall.
For more information on Tyler Farr and his tour dates, visit his official website.