Dyer Highway

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Dyer Highway is a bluegrass and country musical group comprised of siblings Tel, Tiann, and Mady Dyer, who have played together since about 2001. They are members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Tel started playing the guitar and singing when he was five years old. He wrote his first song when he was in second grade and won a PTA Reflections National award for the song. Tiann began playing the violin when she was four, and Mady played the mandolin and violin when she was four. Both sisters now play classical violin. Mady now also plays the bass, guitar, and piano. The group took a short hiatus when Tel served a full-time mission for the Church of Jesus Christ.

In 2011, Jason Deere helped Dyer Highway produce their second album, Dyer Highway. They have opened concerts for The Nashville Tribute Band, Diamond Rio, Due West, Billy Dean, and Charley Jenkins.

The group is from Highland, Utah, and are gradually making their music known by performing in local and state venues.

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