Personnel: Ty Herndon, Stephanie Bentley (vocals); Biff Watson (acoustic & electric guitars); Darrell Scott (acoustic guitar); J. T. Corenflos, Jerry McPherson (electric guitar); Paul Frankline (steel guitar); Darrell Scott (mandolin); Jonathan Yudkin (fiddle, Celtic harp); Larry Franklin (fiddle); Steve Nathan (piano, Hammond B-3 organ, synthesizer); Alison Prestwood (bass); Paul Leim, Matt Chamberlain (drums); David Huff (percussion, programming); Sonya Issacs, Melody Crittenden (background vocals).
Producers include: Doug Johnson, Joe Scaife, Byron Gallimore, Ed Seay, Biff Watson.
Compilation producer: Paige Conners.
Recorded between 1995 & 2002. Includes liner notes by Ty Herndon.
Personnel: Biff Watson (acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Darrell Scott (acoustic guitar, mandolin); Jerry McPherson, J.T. Corenflos (electric guitar); Paul Franklin (steel guitar); Jonathan Yudkin (celtic harp, fiddle); Larry Franklin (fiddle); Steve Nathan (piano, synthesizer); Alison Prestwood (bass guitar); Matt Chamberlain, Paul Leim (drums); David Lyndon Huff (percussion, drum programming); Melodie Crittenden, Sonya Isaacs, Troy Johnson , Wes Hightower (background vocals).
Recording information: Loud Recording Studios, Nashville, TN; The Money Pit, Nashville, TN.
Photographer: Marina Chavez.
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