CMT Premieres Michael Tyler’s “They Can’t See”

They Can’t See,” Michael Tyler’s youthful ballad that’s currently gaining radio airplay across the country, will premiere all over CMT channels and platforms February 28th, including CMT, CMT Music and

“They Can’t See” features three loving couples who are in different phases of their relationship, including songwriter Josh Mirenda and his wife Kayla, songwriter Shane Minor and his wife Brooke, and country music veteran Charlie Monk and his wife Royce.

CMT also included MT in its “17 for 2017” artists for its year-long Listen Up campaign recognizing and supporting country music’s most promising newcomers.

It’s no coincidence that the 23-year-old’s debut album will be titled “317″, the number he noticed in his odometer after he arrived in Nashville when he left his hometown in Thayer, Missouri.

Fans can CLICK HERE to pre-order “317” on iTunes and CLICK HERE to pre-order “317” on Amazon.

Country Aircheck listed “They Can’t See” as one of the Top 5 Most Added singles earlier this year. Tyler continues to connect with fans and the country music industry. Recently, performing rights organization SESAC awarded Song of the Year to Michael for co-writing the multi-week No. 1 platinum-selling Dierks Bentley smash “Somewhere On A Beach.”

Tyler also penned Jason Aldean’s “Laid Back” on the platinum-selling album “Old Boots New Dirt”, three songs on the LOCASH album “The Fighters” (“Shipwrecked,” “Ain’t Startin Tonight,” and “Moonwalkin”) and a Jason Aldean & Kelsea Ballerini’s duet “First Time Again” on Aldean’s No. 1 album “They Don’t Know.”

In 2016, MT’s debut single “Crazy Last Night” world-premiered onCMT and was selected as Billboard’s Country Songs of the Summer Picks.

Michael Tyler is on the road with Reviver Records labelmates LOCASH for Live Nation’s ‘Ones To Watch’ Tour. Fans can purchase tickets at

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