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Tyler Gregory

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A native to the rolling hills of Kansas, Tyler Gregory will celebrate all that Kansas is to everyone. He travels all around the country sharing his music but he remains a local favorite here in the Flint Hills. He’s known to take cues from the WWII-era blues and fill them with his unique folk sound. With traveling as a hobby and music as a passion, he’s sure to please audiences of all ages.

Tyler Gregory

Address : Columbian Theatre, 521 Lincoln Ave Wamego KS
Phone : (800) 899-1893   (Always call and confirm events.)

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