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Music City
TYMINSKI'S GOTHIC INVASION
8/3/17

The man you once knew as Dan Tyminski—the Grammy-winning voice of the O Brother smash "Man of Constant Sorrow" and steadfast musical treasure in Alison Krauss' Union Station—is now known simply as Tyminski. You know, like Adele or Rihanna. The Vermont-bred singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist will unleash his 13-track solo set Southern Gothic via Mercury Nashville on 10/20.

He co-wrote the material with an array of top Music City tunesmiths, including producer Jesse Frasure, Sarah Buxton, Josh Kear, Andrew Dorff and Amy Wadge; the songs explore themes of darkness and light, transgression and redemption. We've heard the set, and damn, is it good. Just you wait.