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A still from William Tyler's "The Sleeping Prophet" video.
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June 2, 2015 In a video set to a country-tinged melody with flourishes of lap steel and ambient underbrush, Tyler scrambles eggs, gets his nails done and hits up his favorite dive in Nashville.
Khaela Maricich (left) and Melissa Dyne of The Blow.
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December 16, 2013 The host of All Songs Considered shares the albums he loved this year. Many of Bob Boilen's favorite albums of 2013 were danceable. Many were intimate. Some managed to be both at once.
William Tyler performs in Iowa City.
August 17, 2013 After years spent working as a Nashville sideman, the 33-year-old guitarist is making his name as an instrumental soloist. While his songs lack lyrics, they're not short on backstory.
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November 14, 2010 The quietly thoughtful Behold the Spirit is Tyler's first acoustic-guitar record to be released under his own name.
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