"Tyler Edwards conveys a stealth-like view in his moody melodies, breaching sensitive singer/songwriter fare with a reliable rock stance that recalls Jason Isbell, Ryan Adams and the Avetts in its unassuming honesty."
- Lee Zimmerman - PASTE MAGAZINE
Beginning his career in 2008, Tyler Edwards wrote and performed with the rock band I Anthem. After releasing two EPs and an LP, I Anthem had multiple songs breaking the Top 10 on Billboard's Rock Charts and music featured on MTV and NASCAR. In 2015, Edwards launched his solo career with a 6-song EP, “Too Young for Love” and moved across the country to Seattle, Washington.
Since relocating to Seattle, Tyler has cultivated a strong grass-roots following, building from open-mics to selling out notable venues around the city. The stark honesty and passion that make his live shows so compelling also translates into his recorded work. Ear to the Ground Music notes that “...Edwards has a genuineness about him that makes his album infinitely listenable".
The release of his debut full length album, “A Few Good Hearts" gives listeners a personal insight into his change and growth since moving to Seattle, and bridges his musical influences in rock, folk, and country. With lyrics as a focal point, the music moves in and around the words to tell a unique story with a beautiful sonic landscape.
"He's a little folk, a little country, a little blues, a little soul and a little pop, all wrapped up into a package that favors coherent song-craft over curveballs and complexity."