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Published on September 23rd, 2020 | by TLV News

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Local Record Store Hosting Free Live Music Show on the Oxford, Mississippi Square

The End of All Music Record Store on the Oxford, Mississippi Square is hosting a live music show by Nashville musician William Tyler on Friday, September 25, 2020 at 5 pm. The show will take place on the balcony overlooking The Square and it is free to the general public.

Attendees can watch the show from the street below the record store as long as they are wearing a mask and maintaining social distancing protocols. The record store has declared that the Oxford Police Department be present to make sure everyone follows the rules.

William Tyler is a Nashville guitarist and composer. He spent years woodshedding and touring with Nashville groups like Lambchop and Silver Jews before breaking away to focus on his own version of instrumental guitar music.

2010’s Behold the Spirit, William Tyler’s first album under his own name, was celebrated by Pitchfork as “the most vital, energized album by an American solo guitarist in a decade or more” and established him as a critical favorite, the picker who, according to his friend and tour mate M.C. Taylor from Hiss Golden Messenger, “connects the dots between Sandy Bull, Richard Thompson, Bruce Langhorne, and Reggie Young.”

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