Performing live at San Jac Saloon.
During his childhood in Phoenix, Tyler Dial’s dad introduced him to musical greats like The Rolling Stones, Garth Brooks and The Eagles, who were the first to influence his love of writing and performing. It was Sam Hunt, John Mayer, and a Keith Urban concert with his mom that convinced the accomplished and recruited soccer player to hang up his cleats and take his guitar to Texas. In 2015, as a college student, Tyler launched his self-titled album and single, “Damn Good Time,” which charted on country radio with the help of Sirius XM’s The Highway. The album and hit song earned critical acclaim on the live music circuit as well. Though just 23 years-old, Dial has deep roots in country music and serves as a BBVA Compass Brand Ambassador. His 2018 tour included events in BBVA markets across the U. S., as well as appearances tied to the bank’s agreement with the world's leading sports and live entertainment company, AEG.