"Sing the sad ones..."
has been Tyler Giles' go-to request for years and one he lives up to for audiences of his own.
While touring extensively as a lead and pedal steel guitarist for bands such as Porter Union, The Brothers Roberson, Dusty Rust, The Harmed Brothers and others across ten countries and most of the US, Tyler honed his focus as a songwriter while sharing stages with artists such as Alabama, Dwight Yoakam, and Corey Smith. Hosting a weekly songwriter showcase in Kansas City, Missouri at The Westport Saloon, Tyler learned from his guests and decided to take his own songs on the road.
Drawing influence from his home in the rural Ozarks, Tyler's blend of country, folk, Americana and touches of bluegrass are the sounds of his hometown and his lyrics tell the story of the shared experience growing up there.
Tyler's debut EP, Time Don't Heal, was released in 2017 and he has since continued actively touring with several bands and as a solo artist.