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Kentuckian Tyler Booth Releases His Take On Post Malone’s “Feeling Whitney”

Sony Music Nashville/Villa 40 rising star Tyler Booth released his take on Post Malone’s “Feeling Whitney” today. Listen here.

“I love Post Malone and ‘Feeling Whitney’ is my favorite song of his,” Booth said. “Whenever I cover the song at shows people sing it loud with me, so I decided to record my own version and make it my own. I’m so excited for everyone to hear it!”


Earlier this month, Booth announced his first ever headline tour, the “Country Gang” tour, kicking off at 3rd and Lindsley in Nashville on October 26th. Reid Houghton, Jordan Rowe, and Whey Jennings will open select dates. Tickets are on sale now at

Recently, Booth shared stages with acts such as Darius Rucker, Jon Pardi, and Brooks & Dunn. The road warrior has gained a loyal fanbase through his extensive touring and is also backed by his over 850k followers on social media. American Songwriter called Booth, “An outlaw with the baritone voice, an endearing smile and a flowing mullet,” who “just might prove to be a breath of fresh country air in a world of far too perfectly coifed and filtered country superstars.”

“Country Gang” Tour
Oct 26 – Nashville, TN – 3rd and Lindsley
Nov 3 – Huntington, WV – The Loud
Nov 4 – Warrendale, PA – Jergel’s Rhythm Grille
Nov 5 – Franklin, OH – JD Legends
Nov 11 – Grand Rapids, MI – The Intersection – The Stache
Nov 12 – Louisville, KY – Headliners Music Hall
Nov 17 – Starkville, MS – Rick’s Café
Nov 18 – Knoxville, TN – Open Chord Music
Nov 19 – Chattanooga, TN – Songbirds
Nov 25 – Lexington, KY – Manchester Music Hall
Dec 16 – Indianapolis, IN – 8 Seconds Saloon
Dec 17 – Medina, OH – Thirsty Cowboys
About Tyler Booth:
Road warrior, songsmith, and proud Kentucky native Tyler Booth has been making a name for himself in country music since he first started playing festivals around his home state as a high schooler. Born and raised in Wolfe County, Kentucky, he grew up in a musical family, often sitting in on the rehearsals of his dad’s rock band. After enrolling in Morehead State University’s Traditional Music Studies program, he quickly caught the attention of one of his professors, Scott Miller, an old friend of songwriter Phil O’Donnell (George Strait, Craig Morgan). After Miller made the connection, O’Donnell invited Booth to Nashville, where the two cut his first EP, Self-Titled, released independently in 2017. Fast-forward two years, and the singer’s star is rising quickly — he is featured on legendary duo Brooks and Dunn’s country swing-style ballad, “Lost and Found” on their REBOOT album, amid his heavy touring schedule, and a short nine months later, he becomes the first artist signed to Sony Music Nashville and Villa 40’s joint-venture agreement. He made his major label debut with “Half a Mind to Go Crazy,” followed shortly by “In God and Trucks We Trust” and “87 Octane.” Now, armed with an Outlaw bent and two infectious new tracks this year, “Already Got One” and “Palomino Princess,” Booth continues to build a career in country music and a loyal fanbase. He was recently singled out by  The Music Universe as one of the “Five Artists You Need To Know,” to which they said of Tyler: “I’ve been hearing country music needs saved. Well, our hero is here, y’all.”