EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE: Newcomer Tyler Dial Shares New Video For “Hold You To It”

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Tyler Dial exclusive premiere video Hold You To it
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If you are not familiar with new artist Tyler Dial, get ready. The Arizona native is poised to make his mark on country music following the release of his EP Repaint.  Tyler is giving One Country readers an exclusive look at the new video for his current single, “Hold You To It.”

Hailing from Phoenix, Tyler made the move to Texas to earn a business degree at the University of Texas, while honing his skills as a musician. During those years, the 23-year-old opened for artists such as Jake Owen, Cole Swindell, Cody Johnson, Pat Green, Wade Bowen, Jack Ingram and many more, paving the way to pursue his dreams.

Tyler’s current single ,”Hold You To It”, penned by Devin Dawson, has the newcomer singing about having a much needed perfect night with his lady.

“I am a sucker for country love songs that are unique and ‘Hold You to It’ definitely captured a moment of a relationship that I’ve been through and continue to look for,” Tyler tells One Country. It’s definitely one of my favorites to play live and I’m excited to have a new acoustic version to share with everyone.

In the video, Tyler keeps things simple, placing the focus on his sultry vocals and purposeful lyrics  as he and his band gather in the studio for a jam session.

“The video was filmed in a Nashville studio where we recorded the Repaint EP as well as some new music,” Tyler adds. “One of the great things about recording there is that there’s no pressure pay for studio time so we can get really creative.”

In addition to his music,  Tyler is partnering with Fender guitars to giveaway a Newporter Acoustic Guitar to one lucky fan. All you need to do is post a pic/video to your Instagram story listening to Tyler’s music and tag him (@tylerdial) and @fender for the chance to win the guitar. Don’t miss out, the contest runs thru March 18.

To see more of Tyler, you can catch catch him on the road for his 2019 tour, making stops in Houston, Dallas, San Antonio, Austin, Miami, Tampa and Nashville.