Bishop Gunn, Blackberry Smoke and Dirty Honey will also be appearing at selected dates.
The tour kicks off in Norwich on 13 November and concludes in Oxford on 30 November.
Reminding us why we still need rock music with passion, ‘Truth And Lies’ finds Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown continuing their ascent to rock god status.
The Nashville quartet's new album is set for release on 28 June, via Spinefarm Records.
The new festival is set to debut on 11-13 October at the Great Stage Park in Manchester, Tennessee.
The new song is the first taster from the band's new album, tentatively expected during the summer of 2019.
Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown’s self-titled second album infused tradition with contemporary energy, resulting in a modern rock classic.
Whether they’re unapologetic in their politics, deploying shredding solos or rolling with swagger, here are seven bands keeping rock alive.
The rising Nashville roots-rockers played on a Ramblin' Man Fair bill also including The Cult, Halestorm and Blackberry Smoke.
The fast-rising Nashville-based trio also reveal that they’ve already completed a follow-up to 2017’s 'Legacy',
Ramblin’ Man Fair continued for Day Two, this time it was prog and blues feast while the main stage played host to Blackberry Smoke, Halestorm and The Cult.
The Nashville-based quartet will be sharing the 2018 festival's Planet Rock Main Stage with The Cult, Blackberry Smoke, Halestorm and more.
This annual Kent-based bash is fast becoming a mandatory pilgrimage for discerning rock fans of all persuasions.
The Nashville rockers' European jaunt includes several high profile supports with Guns N'Roses.
Hotly-tipped Nashville rockers Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown have been confirmed for a return slot at the 2018 Ramblin' Man Fair