Jerrod Niemann recently opened up to Taste of Country about a prank tour buddy Tyler Farr attempted to play on him while they were in Jamaica for the Boots on the Beach event, and now, the video proof has emerged.
Country stars may have different styles, songs and voices, but they all agree on one thing: no fighting at concerts. Tyler Farr recently broke up a brawl at a Big Frog 104 show, reinstating the fact that it's cool to sing along and dance at shows, but it's not acceptable to throw punches.
Tyler Farr's first three singles are a fair representation of his debut album 'Redneck Crazy.' There's a little pain, a little heart and a little cray-cray. The singer relies on his unique voice, but nothing about the project feels self-indulgent.
Anyone who has been through a breakup knows that it takes a village to recover from a broken heart. That's why Tyler Farr called on his country music buddies Colt Ford and Lee Brice and 'Duck Dynasty's' Willie Robertson to join him for his music video for 'Redneck Crazy.&apo…