Tyler Rich’s debut album, Two Thousand Miles, is out now.
The name of the album comes from the distance that Rich travels between Nashville and Los Angeles for his music career and to be with his wife, Sabina. The up and coming country singer co-wrote 8 of the 11 songs on the album and hopes that they will resonate with his fans, whether they are in a long-distance relationship or have been quarantined with their significant other for months.
Rich finished the album while quarantining and is thankful for the extended downtime that gave him the ability to finish this exciting and personal project. Not only did Rich finish and record his album during this time, but he also connected with his fans through weekly live Instagram concerts. He shared that he found interactive opportunities with his fans to be even more rewarding than meet and greets.
“Finishing my debut album during quarantine was the ultimate payoff for so much time off. I’ve waited years for this complete work of art to come out, and to say I’m ecstatic would be an understatement,” Rich said in a statement. “I’ve been able to grow so much over these months we’ve had off, and more importantly, my relationship with my fans has grown exponentially. All these live from home shows, and interactive experiences has helped me get to know my incredible fans so much more than a meet and greet. I’m so excited for the world to hear these songs, in this order, and so excited to hit the road again, and will be forever grateful for the opportunity over the last few months to build those lasting relationships, and complete TWO THOUSAND MILES.”
The country artist is looking forward to sharing his debut album in concert as soon as he can.