ABOUT TYLER RICH: Northern California-raised, Nashville-rooted Tyler Rich found his love of music gathered around a Christmas tree alongside family singing holiday classics and Creedence Clearwater Revival. Fast forward to graduating college with a degree in Economics, Tyler moved to LA to pursue a different game of numbers – music – exploring various genres with songwriting and bands before taking the leap as a solo artist. Since, Tyler has amassed nearly half a billion global streams to date and notched three No. 1 hits on SiriusXM’s The Highway with his debut album TWO THOUSAND MILES (The Valory Music Co.), featuring GOLD-certified “The Difference” plus subsequent releases “Better Than You’re Used To,” “A Little Bit of You” and “Trucks Don’t Lie.” In 2022, Tyler joined forces with one of Canada’s most successful bilingual singer-songwriters, MarieMai for a duet on “Thinkin’ We’re In Love,” which serviced as the name of his headline tour. With his newly released I KNOW YOU DO EP, Tyler gives fans the best of both worlds fusing the spirit of youth with an easy-going buzz. Produced by The Cadillac Three’s Jaren Johnston, the three-track collection puts the many layers of the heartfelt singer/songwriter on full display. Tyler’s music embodies the feelings all people have in common – the need for acceptance, devotion and a place to call their own – and that empathetic spirit extends to animals too. With Rich Rescues, Tyler visits local shelters while out on the road to raise awareness for pet adoption. For a full list of tour dates and more, visit Tylerrich.com.

ABOUT DAWSON ANDERSON: At only 24-years-old, country singer-songwriter Dawson Anderson has already lived a full life - or two - in the music industry. Born in Raleigh, North Carolina and raised in Temecula, California, Dawson made his first trip to Nashville at 15-years-old, with the dream of signing a record deal. That dream soon became a reality, signing his first record and publishing deal with Disney Music Group, as part of the band Temecula Road. Dawson quickly dove into songwriting, making frequent trips back and forth to Nashville while finishing high school, and eventually making the full time move in 2019. Shortly thereafter, the band signed with JRM Publishing and Warner Music Nashville, making further inroads in the community. From his time in Temecula Road, Dawson boasts stage credits worldwide, from Stagecoach to C2C to the Grand Ole Opry. He has opened for the likes of Kane Brown, Nate Smith, Billy Currington, Scotty McCreery, and countless more. Now with years of both more personal and professional experience under his belt, Dawson is stepping out on his own for the first time with his debut solo project.