Cale Tyson
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Cale Tyson

Nashville, Tennessee, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2009 | SELF

Nashville, Tennessee, United States | SELF
Established on Jan, 2009
Band Americana Country


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"Cale Tyson Review"

I've had the pleasure of meeting and interviewing hundreds of new artists over the years. Every once in awhile someone comes along that's the complete package. Cale Tyson is certainly one of them. His music is fresh, while still singing about the traditional fare of country music. He uses great melodies and intriguing lyrics, instead of the cookie-cutter hook lines of way too many songs you usually hear. Cale has a charm that is disarming. He's a genuinely interesting individual who seems more and more intriguing as you listen to him. I hope Nashville sees and appreciates the diamond that is this young artist. It was a pleasure to be among the first to see and believe in him. - Skip Mahaffey (SkipShow Radio)


Cale Tyson [EP] (12/2011)

The Past Is The Past (07/2011)

Crematorium - Single (06/2011)



Cale Tyson is a singer and songwriter from Nashville, TN. Born in a small town in Texas, he was raised in Fort Worth, the home of Townes Van Zandt and the place where he first heard the classic country sounds that have inspired and enriched his gentle, melancholy, and undeniably whiskey-soaked sound.

In 2013, Tyson released High On Lonesome, his debut EP, which features Kenny Vaughan (Marty Stuart) on electric guitar. The release was featured on and in American Songwriter Magazine, as well as numerous other outlets. Tyson has recently been opening shows for Dwight Yoakam on the road, in addition to wrapping up a new record which heavily features Robert Ellis on guitar and vocals. In April 2014, Tyson was featured as one of PolicyMic’s “9 Real Country Music Stars of Our Generation.”

“Tyson channels all the woe and despair you could find in his native Texas on the album, crafting meandering and warbling ballads that harken back to the heartbreak songs of old country.” - American Songwriter Magazine

“You can tell that he hears Hank Sr.’s lonesome yodeling and Gram Parson’s rock-to-country reaching through modern ears. And boy, is his pleading, heart-on-sleeve emotionalism refreshing right about now.” - Nashville Scene

“Each song is the work of a craftsman who knows his trade, and Tyson offers a glimpse into the future of country music classics.” -

“His debut EP, which sounds like a dispatch from the early ‘50s, is a striking piece of work, and one which only impresses more with repeat listens.” –