WIN an Autographed Copy of Tyminski’s ‘Southern Gothic’

The name Tyminski may not ring any bells, but you’ve likely heard music from the 14-time GRAMMY winner. Dan Tyminski, a 25-year member of Alison Krauss’ band Union Station, has appeared on many of music’s biggest songs, including Avicii’s “Hey Brother,” and was the singing voice for George Clooney’s character in O Brother, Where Art Thou?

But now, the legendary singer/songwriter has created a project all his own with the 13-song album, Southern Gothic. The smart, swampy project is one Tyminski describes as holding a mirror to society without judgement.

“I feel that the light and dark in this record are truly my journey, my personal journey in life,” explained Tyminski in a press release. “I think we all feel that whisper from each side of your shoulder, someone saying, ‘yeah do it,’ or ‘no don’t do it.’ I have an enormous struggle with that in my life, but it’s something that I’m aware of. I try to make sure that I understand what the right voice is. I don’t make quick decisions because light and dark, in my opinion, can often look very similar.”

Tyminski's 'Southern Gothic,' Photo courtesy of UMG Nashville

Tyminski’s ‘Southern Gothic,’ Photo courtesy of UMG Nashville

To celebrate the release of Tyminski’s Southern Gothic, five lucky winners will be randomly selected to take home a signed copy of the album. Use the entry form below to enter for your chance to win!

Fans can pick up copy of Tyminski’s Southern Gothic on iTunes now.