From a small town in South Dakota, Tyler Halverson’s unique style of country music takes inspiration from classic country and western music, while also looking ahead to the genre’s future. At the age of 20, Tyler moved to Nashville, to attend Belmont University where he studied music business and refined his songwriting craft. However, Tyler’s favorite thing about Nashville is leaving Nashville. Tyler finds joy in taking his songs on the road and playing for fellow hippies, cowboys and everyone in between.
Tyler’s first album was co-produced by himself, Ryan Youmans, and Muscadine Bloodline’s Gary Stanton. “Beer Garden Baby,” the first release from his self-titled record in February 2021, has been well received by the Texas radio.
He recently joined the roster at United Talent Agency for booking and the legendary Nashville based, Erv Woolsey Company Artist Management firm for representation and is looking forward to touring in support of his EP Run Wild slated for release in early 2023 with initial focus tracks dropping late 2022.