NEWS FLASH: Tyler's NEW
Downloadable 4-song EP "This Life, These Dreams" is now
available on CD Baby!
Tyler Moore has been
playing the piano since he was 5 years old and the guitar since he
was 15. He began writing silly songs with his friends David Barbee
and Markus Jarvis, and they formed the lackadaisical group "The
Three Bums." Writing with his friends, Tyler gained confidence and
began to compose more seriously, combining his passions for poetry
and creative writing with his musical pursuits. He set up a
recording space in the corner of his bedroom in his senior year of
high school and put together two self-produced CDs for friends and
family under the title "This Magic Box." The CDs received more
praise and fewer chuckles than Tyler had expected, again increasing
his confidence and encouraging him to pursue his talents further.
Almost by accident, if
you believe in accidents, Tyler met Joey and Jennifer Stuckey in
July of 2007 when he came to their Macon, GA studio to record some
demos that he had written for Kimberly Whigham, who must be credited
with any and all success Tyler has had as a musician and songwriter.
After a few e-mails and some signatures, Tyler was a published
songwriter! Since then, there have been many more e-mails and
signatures and a lot of excitement surrounding Tyler's songs.
In April 2008, Tyler
appeared as the musical guest on "After Dark with Scott Burnette," a
variety program on Clarksville, Tennessee's CTV9. His performances
can be viewed on YouTube.
Tyler is currently
pursuing his MFA in Creative Writing at The Ohio State University.
He is an alumnus of Austin Peay State University where he served as
the editor-in-chief for APSU's annual student literary and arts
journal, "The Red Mud Review," and received multiple scholarships
and awards for his writing.
Tyler Moore songs: