Tyler Dickerson

Tyler Dickerson


Tyler is a 13 year old powerhouse, who brings a surprising style and maturity to his singing. He is a born performer who has a way with audiences of all sizes and ages, making them feel personally connected to him and his music.


Although Tyler currently resides in New Port Richey, FL, he is originally from south Mississippi. He began singing at the age of five, growing up with a strong love and appreciation for country music, especially for such legendary "outlaws" as Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Merle Haggard, and Hank Williams, Jr., among others. It was only natural that Tyler began to be known as the Outlaw Kid.
Tyler's career has blossomed quickly. He has played festivals, benefits, large crowds and small, been interviewd in numerous newspapers, and radio staions, in Nashville and across Florida. He has shared the stage with the likes of Charlie Daniels, Montgomery Gentry, and The Marshall Tucker Band, and opened for David Lee Murphy, Blackhawk, and others. Tyler is a born performer, and appeals to audiences of all ages with his energy and style. His love of the music and for people shines through in all his performances.
In 2006, Tyler released his first CD, "The Outlaw Kid", which not only paid tribute to the greats like George Jones and Johnny Cash, it showcased the contemporary appeal of his music. Tyler actually co-wrote three of the album's songs with Florida-based songwriter Jeannette Goldman.
In his young career, he has won numerous awards and honors, including being named Florida's Male Vocalist and Male Entertainer of the Year.


CD--The Outlaw Kid

Set List

Originals including: Honkey Tonk Junkie, And The War Came, and The Outlaw Kid.

Covers including: I'm From The Country, I Like It I Love It, Something Like That, Tight Fittin' Jeans, Boot Scootin' Boogie,Honkytonk Bedonkadonk, and All My Rowdy Friends, Ring Of Fire, How Do You Like Me Now?, and Rocky Top.

1 to 3 sets of 45 minutes.