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Interview With Ty March: Nashville Recording Artist

Linda (Kaywood) Bilyeu is a self-published author. She writes from the heart—there is no other way.

Ty March

Ty March

Introducing Ty March

What happens in Nashville, stays in Nashville. Kinda. If you have never had the opportunity to visit and experience the ambience in Music City, I highly suggest it.

Nashville isn't all about country music, I was pleasantly surprised with an amazing mixture of most genres. Rockabilly, rap, soul and musicians even sing the blues. I was impressed with the talented artists' drive and desire to fuel their passion—music.

Walking around Music City the sounds of music pours out into the streets while the alcohol is poured into the chilled glasses inside the venues. Then comes the laughter, the dancing, the new friendships made. What a fine combination—music, dancing, laughter, friends and booze.

Nashville musicians await your visit so they could entertain you. They welcome song requests and please tip them well, these amazing artists work hard for their money.

Ty March is one of those musicians. Ty hails from Carlisle, Pennsylvania, but he now calls Nashville, Tennessee, home.

So what are y'all waiting for? Let's go meet one of Nashville's talented artists.


Q: What's your favorite food?
A: Pizza and Mexican.

Q: Do you have a family history of musicians?

A: My mom used to play the guitar and my sister plays the piano.

Q: Do you have any pre-performing rituals?

A: I go on a run, shower, get ready, warm up and play.

Q: What inspired your love of music?

A: The indescribable feeling that music gives you.

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Q: Would you want a record deal?

A: Heck yeah! I would love a record deal!

Q: Have you written songs for other musicians?

A: "For Awhile" with my buddy Ryan Robinette. It's on the New Boots playlist on Spotify with over 800,000 plays.

Q: Do you write your own songs?

A: I'm a writer on all my own songs as of now.

Q: How long have you been in the music industry?

A: For a little over two years. I used to play drums professionally in a touring band.

Q: What are your thoughts on the evolution of country music?

A: I love the way country music is constantly changing and evolving. I love the old and the new. Good music is good music.

Q: What is your favorite Nashville venue for performing?

A: Whiskey Jam at Winners/Losers is every Monday and it's an awesome show to play.

Q: What is your favorite song that you have written?

A: I haven't written my favorite song yet. But y'all might like my two latest singles "Mr. Right Now" and "Lover's Tonight."

Q: Do you have music for sale?

A: I have an EP on iTunes and Google Play. I also have singles available for sale on iTunes, Google Play, Amazon and Spotify.

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Tim on March 03, 2017:

This guys got the look and the talent! It's Finally Friday and Fishin Boat Lovin are my favorite songs so far. Can't wait until the greater country music scene discovers him. When they do the rest of the country and the world will be able to listen to and appreciate his music !

Shauna L Bowling from Central Florida on December 12, 2016:

Another good one, Linda. It's hard to believe Ty March has only been in the music industry for two years.

Maria Jordan from Jeffersonville PA on December 04, 2016:

You know that effer has a heck of good point, dear Sunshine!

This series is a delight - love it and love you, MM

Suzie from Carson City on November 27, 2016:

WoooooEeeeeeee! This cutie pie, muscular, gorgeous Hottie can be my "Mr. Right Now," my "Mr. in my Dreams," Mr. Nashville Boy Toy, Mr. Grandma's Fantasy & my Mr. I Died & Went to Heaven!.........

That's it GF! You have convinced me. The REAL Heaven is in Nashville!

Sing to me TY!!!! I LOVE this series! Effer

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