Nashville, Tenn. (March 30, 2017) – Micah Tyler’s “Never Been A Moment” has effectively become the most listened to song on Christian radio this past week, spending two weeks atop the Billboard AC Indicator and hitting No. 1 on the Mediabase Christian Audience chart earlier this week. In addition to the No. 1 chart placement, the single continues to make waves at radio, reaching No. 2 on the Billboard National Christian Audience chart and No. 3 on the Billboard AC Monitored chart.
Watch the music video for “Never Been A Moment,” below:
As a thank you to fans who have supported the success of the debut, “Never Been A Moment” is now only $0.69 for a limited time. The single is available for purchase at the discounted rate on iTunes and Amazon Music.
Throughout the months of April and May, Tyler will join headliner MercyMe and Hawk Nelson on the “Lifer Tour,” traveling to 12 markets across the U.S. This fall, Tyler will also join Big Daddy Weave as a guest artist on their “Set Free Tour,” running from August to November.
For more information on Micah Tyler’s upcoming events and tour dates, visit www.micahtyler.com/tour.
About Micah Tyler
Recent Fair Trade Services signee Micah Tyler is a singer/songwriter and worship leader from Buna, TX. Playing 150+ dates annually, Tyler performs at churches, camps, concert venues and more and was named “National Male Vocalist of the Year” by the Gospel Music Association at the Immerse Conference in 2012. In October of 2013, Tyler released his first full length solo record, The Story I Tell, which debuted at No. 3 on the iTunes Christian/Gospel charts. Tyler has shared the stage with national touring acts such as Building 429, Mikeschair, Shane & Shane, Phillips, Craig, & Dean, Sanctus Real and Phil Wickham. Having served in staff ministry for almost a decade, Tyler has a true love and respect for the local church but has a passion to reach the unchurched as well with his Gospel-centered “Southern Soul” music style. His song “Directions” recently appeared on God’s Not Dead 2 soundtrack.