On July 2nd, 2015, William Tyler, sidestepping I-65, drove his new-to-him Toyota south from his home in Nashville, down Hillsboro Pike and Highways 106 and 431, through Franklin, Lewisburg, Fayetteville, Hazel Green, and Meridianville, to downtown Huntsville, Alabama.
William, a guy who embodies everything that is good and authentic about Music City in the same way that Brown’s Diner does, then took up his Huntsville audience on a road trip–over to Vietnam, through the mountains outside Chattanooga, and inside a cathedral “for all faiths”, meeting a couple of girls and nodding to the Grateful Dead along the way–never taking the Interstate. It was a nice trip, and Willy T is a great traveling partner. words / recording p chesnut
setlist / notes after the jump. . .
We Can’t Go Home Again
The Terrace of the Leper King
A Portrait of Sarah
Tears and Saints
Notes: vocal, di box, guitar mic, and amp mixed down to one mono track.