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Country - Released August 23, 2019 | BFD

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Country - Released April 18, 1995 | Epic - Nashville

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Country - Released May 26, 2002 | Epic

Although Epic's 2002 compilation This Is Ty Herndon: Greatest Hits is a little short at 13 tracks, it does contain most of the contemporary country crooner's biggest hits, from his debut hit "What Mattered Most" through "Steam." The album isn't sequenced chronologically, which may be a problem for some listeners, but the end result has Herndon at his best, making it a nice summary and introduction. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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Country - Released June 4, 2019 | BFD

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Country - Released April 13, 2010 | FUNL

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Country - Released July 26, 2019 | BFD

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Country - Released April 13, 2010 | FUNL

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Pop - Released October 19, 2018 | Ty Herndon

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Country - Released November 8, 2011 | FUNL Music

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Country - Released October 20, 1999 | Epic - Nashville

A bit of a departure from his previous work, Steam is an appealing collection of songs from a man who wanted to make "feel-good music." And feel good we do with suggestive lyrics like, "Tonight when we get together, we're gonna make some steam" from the album's title song or "My heart stops when you touch me" from the uptempo "A Love Like That." With a new production team in tow, Herndon has played a bigger part in selecting the album's songs, which have a spritual undertone, and it's clear he sings from the heart, as he always has. He includes a fan favorite from his live show, the sexy remake of Joe Cocker's "You Can Leave Your Hat On." This fourth album is a step in the right direction for an artist whose career boasts two gold albums and three number-one singles. ~ Maria Konicki Dinoia
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Country - Released May 13, 1998 | Epic - Nashville

BIG HOPES, Ty Herndon's third album, continues to deliver the country belter's unique brand of radio-friendly, but nonetheless sincere, country music. Working with two producers, Doug Johnson, the man behind his self-titled debut, and Byron Gallimore, Herdon has assembled 11 perfectly crafted songs, which touch on a wide range of styles without ever straying too far from the adoring audience who made his first two albums such staggering successes. Herndon's manly baritone has caused palpitations in many a young heart (rugged good looks never hurt, either), and on BIG HOPES, he really lets æem have it: kicking off with a sweet, introspective title track, Herndon makes full use of both his wide range and an ability to get right to the heart of a song--this is an artist whose earnestness is never in doubt. The anthemic pulse of "Hands Of A Working Man" and gentle sway of "The Only Way I Know" show an undeniable reverence for the classic country music on which Herndon was schooled, while the call-and-answer of "It Must Be Love" gives him a firm grasp on Country's modern edge.
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Country - Released August 13, 1996 | Epic - Nashville

Ty Herndon was born with what can only be called a Nashville voice: a full baritone, complete with a trademark, just-enough vibrato for the notes he decides to stretch out. Herndon has honed that vocal gift and evolved into a masterful country singer. His themes are basic--love, family and life in general--and he frames them in track after track of clean, well-produced, well-played modern country music. No frills, no gimmicks. The title song opens with a rock-steady beat, some wide-open guitar chords and then there it is, that voice. At once powerful and subtle, Herndon defines his musical territory, then explores the vocal possibilities without ever straying to far from the all-important melodic touchstone. At times he takes a gospel/blues turn, as on "Returning The Faith." But this disc is strongest when Herndon stays close to his roots, "Don't Tell Mama" for instance. Every note of that pedal steel says "pure country."