Brooklyn Bowl Nashville
925 3rd Avenue North
Nashville, Tennessee 37201
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Wyatt Flores carries around old memories, the ghosts of loved ones, and dreams of a better future in his music. This Mexican-American Oklahoma-born troubadour sings from the gut, telling stories against a gritty country soundtrack. His unfiltered thoughts on life, death, addiction, pain, and joy emerge through his delivery.
“I’m only getting one chance at life, so I try to be present,” he proclaims. “There’s more to existence than what the average person experiences. Death is always riding in the passenger seat... I choose to be friends with it."
He grew up surrounded by music in Stillwater, OK. Influenced by family and artists like Turnpike Troubadours, Tyler Childers, and Jason Isbell, he developed his style. He attributes his character to Oklahoma's history of resilience.
During COVID, he left OSU, working on a ranch and writing songs. At 19, his debut "Travelin’ Kid" gained traction. "Please Don’t Go" caught fire online, leading to The Hutson Sessions EP. He then released "Break My Bones" and "Ain’t Proud," amassing millions of streams. Along the way, he inked a deal with Island Records.
“It’s gone from absolutely nothing to everything”
Life Lessons' title track reflects his non-conformist approach to life. Other songs like "3/13," detail personal lows and learning from mistakes.
Flores' music calls to live fully, embodying his journey and learning. Life Lessons symbolizes his evolution and growth.
The backroads of America tell its truest stories. The heartbreak and heartbeat of the country thumps the loudest in the cracks between its big cities. A 2021 census in Blanchester, OH registers the village's population at around 4,230 people.
Nolan Taylor isn't quite sure of the exact number, but he knows it's small from growing up in this place with his dad and older brother. His father managed plants and factories, yet money was scarce and the winters were brutal. Mom battled addiction and mental struggles, eventually estranging her from the boys. When he could finally afford a left-handed guitar, he started to write and record music of his own, grafting hard-earned wisdom, heart-wrenching memories, and hypnotic melodies to rustic and ruddy acoustic phrasing.
As a kid, he found solace in music. He discovered The Grateful Dead through his dad and developed an appreciation for Pinegrove. Throughout junior high, he studied classic MTV Unplugged concerts by the likes of Alice In Chains, Pearl Jam, and Nirvana. Even though he primarily focused on wrestling, working out, football, and basketball, he finally picked up a left-handed guitar in high school. After graduating, he spent years gigging around West Virginia, Virginia, and Kentucky, playing anywhere and everywhere. In 2023, a video of Nolan performing “68” in the woods went viral with 2.6 million YouTube views on the Radio WV YouTube Channel. Achieving virality from obscurity and gathering millions of streams, he tells a true story all his own via a series of 2023 singles for Atlantic Records, beginning with "Wicked Ways."