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Tyler Childers, the (Beloved) Redheaded Stepson of the Huntington Music Scene

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Ever since 'A Change of Tune' started, we've had a list of folks who we've wanted to talk #WVmusic (and pepperoni rolls) with. Last week, we had the pleasure of marking one of those names off our list when we chatted with the self-proclaimed "Redheaded Stepson of the Huntington Music Scene," Americana rocker Tyler Childers.

Hear our conversation about his history with Huntington's V Club, his band's forthcoming debut on Mountain Stage and how his future might just involve chickens.

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Tyler Childers & the Food Stamps will make their NPR Music debut on this Sunday's Mountain Stage with Larry Groce in Charleston. To hear more #WVmusic, tune in to 'A Change of Tune,' airing Saturdays at 10pm EST on West Virginia Public Broadcasting.

Joni Deutsch was born and raised in Charleston, West Virginia, and graduated from West Virginia University with a degree in public relations and advertising. After learning the radio ropes at WLUR 91.5 FM in Lexington, Virginia, Joni returned to the Mountain State and joined the West Virginia Public Broadcasting family as the creator and host of the weekly indie/alternative music program A Change of Tune and the critically-acclaimed 30 Days of #WVmusic interview series.

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