Tuesday, August 27, 2019

Jason Tyler Burton - "Fires of '88"

Photo by Erica Chambers
Just in case we weren't already excited about the release of the newest album from Jason Tyler Burton next month, the latest single has us amped for summer to be over so we can get a hold of Kentuckian. "Fires of '88" is a great ramblin' country/Americana song. The song was inspired by Burton eavesdropping on a conversation at the Silver Dollar Bar in Cody, Wyoming involving a free spirit bartender who was living out of her car. "Fires of '88" is a smoother storytelling Bob Dylan song, and I mean that in the best possible way. This is a much more upbeat song than the previous ones we've heard from Burton, which says a lot since it gets its title from wildfires in Yellowstone National Park.

You can listen to "Fires of '88" below. Kentuckian, the new album from Jason Tyler Burton, will be out September 6. For more on Jason Tyler Burton, check out his website. Current tour dates are below the song.

09.07 Wind River Brewing, Pinedale, WY
09.27 Healthy Rhythm, Montrose, CO 
09.28 Escalante Canyons Art Festival, Escalante, UT 
10.03 Goodwood Brewing, Louisville, KY 
10.04 The Twisted Cork, Lexington, KY 
10.05 Sky Bridge Station, Pine Ridge, KY 

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