Richard and Tyler
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Richard and Tyler

Band Americana Acoustic


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"Sacramento Songwriter"

"[Richard March] is at the forefront of Sacramento's recent explosion of first-rate Americana acts. A homegrown John Hartford, with a firm grasp of American folk, bluegrass, and the iconography of rolling boxcars, and Dylan-esque political jeremiads, March at times sounds like a bluegrass Waylon." --Jackson Griffith - Sacramento News & Review

"California alt-country"

"March's voice is full of soul, reminiscent of a younger John Prine, as he lyrically searches for answers to life's questions. His backing band provides muscular support. This is how folky- rock is supposed to cover both kinds of music." -- Jeff Weiss, Miles of Music - Miles of Music


Richard & Tyler
"Kings & Thieves"
Tyler Ragle
"Kiss Your Eyes Goodnight"
"Truth is Stranger"
Richard March
"The Bridge"
"These Dreams"
"Levee Road"



Richard (March) & Tyler (Ragle) fill a room up with their music not because their both 6ft+ and to the right of 200lbs. No, it's the mutual respect and commitment they share for their craft that gives their music its substance. Both believe that one should ‘stay out of the way’ of a song, inviting the audience to walk through their stories with them and not simply be passive witnesses. Their shared commitment to the craft of songwriting and performance has earned them opening slots for such national acts as Rambling Jack Elliott, Jackie Greene, and John Hammond. While they both love Dylan, Simon, Joni, Prine, Springsteen, and The Band, Richard does not have the Grateful Dead and Kris Kristofferson collection that Tyler has. Nor does Tyler have the show tune and 70’s pop collection that Richard has; but it’s just those differences that make their brand of California Americana so special.