Tyler Brant is an Oklahoma native with a strong influence from not only Country but many different genres and styles of music He worked in a factory until leaving his home town to serve his country. It was during his military career that he picked up a guitar and found a calling. One year after beginning his singer-songwriter path that he was nominated for a Georgia music award for “Best Country Male Vocalist”. He later moved to Tennessee to continue his growing momentum, but eventually home came calling and Oklahoma couldn’t be resisted anymore. Tyler also launched his inaugural international tour in 2015, traveling to Ireland. After a blind audition on NBC’s “The Voice” this year, Tyler is gearing up for the release of his new album in early 2018.
Tyler Brant takes his resonant voice, acute storytelling and country’s traditional amiability, and mixes those with some sharp Top 40 radio instincts. The Oklahoma upstart pumps out singles that sound like they should be pop hits. If that sounds like the lead-in to some kind of pro-traditionalist dis, it’s not; Tyler is the kind of guy who could give country-pop a good name again.
Brant is on a rare trajectory in a genre that typically moves slow as molasses in generating new superstars. What his songs may tend to deliver in depth, they multiply in breadth, with each track occupying a slightly different sub-genre than the last, united in the breezy rocking consistency of their craft.
Want some anthemic adrenalin in your country diet? Try “Too In Love,” a pickup song that shows Nashville has never been immune to copping a little bit of a Pop-Rock feel. “Whatcha Know” brings the heartland rock influence that’s been country’s bread and butter for a while and mixes it with alternative flavors.
But if your nostalgia runs more toward conventional feel-good, uplifting influences, “Suns Comin Up” evokes everything you need to singalong and rejoice in its high energy overwash. Throughout Tyler Brant’s self-titled EP, the artist proves to be both a powerful storyteller and an artist willing to take risks as he continues to push genre boundaries. Tyler delivers undeniably catchy country, pop and rock blended tunes with infectious Top40 production. His bold and anthemic sound is further helped by pristine harmonies and massive chorus hooks.
All three of the above-mentioned songs maintain an arena-ready sound as the songs recall classic hits from prestigious Billboard extraction. Their rich production and sing-along choruses have all the makings of potential hits for the singer-songwriter. The result is that Tyler Brant has done all that can be asked from an artist when it comes to the creative and performance skills needed to make commercially successful records.
The measure of that success is ultimately determined by the marketing abilities of Brant’s chosen promotion crew. Once those abilities match the music Tyler has produced, he’ll without any doubt, be on the highest step of the ladder!