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Tyler Childers: “Whitehouse Road” | LR Baggs
 
The singer-songwriter performs an original song off of his Sturgill Simpson-produced album “Purgatory.” Filmed in the LR Baggs studio in Nashville.
May 25, 2018

LR Baggs presents Tyler Childers performing “Whitehouse Road” live in the Baggs studio in Nashville, Tennessee. The song appears on Tyler’s recent album “Purgatory,” which was co-produced with Sturgill Simpson. See more LR Baggs sessions from the festival on the LR Baggs YouTube channel.

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