Music Review- Tyler Ward: Teenage Summer

Singer-songwriter Tyler Ward has brought us some acoustic covers of songs like Can You Feel The Love Tonight and Piece By Piece, as well as original songs like The Hardest Thing, If It’s Not Me, and What It’s Like To Be Lonely. Today, I am bringing you a music review of his newest original song Teenage Summer.

Ward writes of this song, “I wrote this with some Nashville friends of mine about life as a teenager, back when the summer was all that mattered. Remember those days?” This perfectly describes this throwback to rock music. It is easy to listen to and while it does have elements of pop, it is not grounded in it. I hope he does a music video or at least a lyric video for it.

If you would like to hear the song, click on the link in the picture at the top of the article.

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