Long Violent History - Tyler Childers

Long Violent History

Tyler Childers

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2020-09-18
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 9
  • ℗ 2020 Hickman Holler Records, under exclusive license to RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainmen

Long Violent History ◷ preview

Title Artist Time
Send in the Clowns Tyler Childers 4:08
Zollie's Retreat Tyler Childers 2:25
Squirrel Hunter Tyler Childers 3:58
Sludge River Stomp Tyler Childers 4:38
Midnight on the Water Tyler Childers 4:08
Camp Chase Tyler Childers 3:54
Jenny Lynn Tyler Childers 3:09
Bonaparte's Retreat Tyler Childers 2:45
Long Violent History Tyler Childers 3:10


  • Awesome!

    By jbaird002
    Love it, fun to list too and ends on a thoughtful note. He always blows me away with his talent.
  • Mediocre Violin Album

    By Mr. J Daniels
    A Long Violent History is a great song if you don’t mind the narrative. The full album of violin music is terrible, could have been saved if he sang on them. I kept expecting Tyler to start singing, never did
  • Weeding Out The Useless

    By notwithstanding
    Tyler is poetic and brilliant. With this album he weeded out all of the small minded bigots that happen to listen to country music. He drove the darkness out of his Fanbase by speaking the truth. these reviews are evidence of the small mindedness of American society. People who like to hold on to racist family traditions and beliefs instead of moving forward with society. These songs reflect Tyler’s hope for a change for the future.
  • Stay in your lane

    By Scottttyp
    Stick to making music, stay out of politics
  • Disappointed

    By scottishfamily4
    I love Tyler’s music. I would buy any album he made without even previewing it first. But I can’t swallow the politics. I don’t want to be preached to by celebrities. And there is a dangerous false narrative to his explanation of this album. I’ll have to skip this one.
  • Didnt know Timmy was a sell out

    By kvludke
    I love traditional Childers. Music is supposed to be an escape from the noise of the world and I feel tricked into paying money to have the noise in my headphones. This album was misleading and im real sad to see him bow down. I really thought he was better than that. :(
  • Money grab

    By Xxxpoopiesxxx
    Don’t buy this if your looking for music that sounds like Tyler Childers
  • Go woke, go broke

    By Smlbound
    Departure from him lighthearted sounds. Depressing. Glad I could listen to it first without having to pay for it.
  • Still holding strong

    By prophetofseth
    This album is completely brilliant. It’s about equality, fairness, love, and being blind to color. I’m proud of you for being a man with roots in the south, with a mind for a caring future. It hasn’t left my ears since you released it. Thank you for this gift.
  • Political Garbage

    By Jay236
    Very disappointed in Tyler for jumping on the political propaganda train. 👎🏻