Todd Tyler

Todd Tyler

BandRockAdult Contemporary

Fluent songwriting is the cornerstone of this album that almost invents a new working man's pop. With soul filled vocals, Tyler wears his heart on his sleeve as he pours out deliberate dreams on every track. His southern roots are seen in his flair for memorable hooks and positive rhythms.


In the grand scheme of things, its hasn't taken Todd Tyler long to make a name for himself as a soulful singer songwriter with big dreams and an even bigger pen. Uniting over four decades of pop, rock,and blues influence. Tyler has remained true to his vision of creating a contemporary rock sound with a bluesy undertone. After breaking away from the hard rock band DTB, the Aiken, SC native was able to realize his goals in the form of weekly songwriting sessions with childhood friend Matt Osteen. Together the two constructed the foundation of the Todd Tyler sound you hear today. Influenced by the time spent in the listening rooms of Nashville, TN, Tyler has crafted an infectious sound all his own.

For the release of his debut album, Bedtime on Berkely Street, Tyler employed his own versatility during the recording process. In addition to writing all songs and music on the record, he also played all guitars, bass and live drums in the studio. Produced by Lauren Stalnecker, Tyler spent one year recording and tweaking the finished product. "Lauren is a talented producer and really understands my style. He has brought some welcomed change to the table and I think everyone will enjoy the progression of the sound." remarks Tyler. Just on listen to Bedtime places the listener side by side with Todd Tyler on his musical journey through optimistic choruses and uplifting jams. Punctuated by a commanding yet smooth vocal delivery, Tyler's music showcases bright acoustic guitar arrangements that intertwine perfectly with string and brass sections, sitting on top of inspirational rhythms.

Having shared the stage with such artist as Rodd Lunn, The August, Kenny George, and Josh Roberts and the Hinges, Todd Tyler's music transcends the traditional boundaries of southern roots rock, bluegrass, americana, and pop. The new workingman's musician, Tyler combines the Small-Town vision of Mellencamp and The Boss with the songwriting prowess of mid 90's pop rocker's Hootie and Matchbox. Enter a mixture of songs that are refreshingly unique yet completely accessible. Tracks such as "People like Me' are peppered with Tyler's souther charm while capturing vivid images and stories from years past.

Bolstered by over 5000 copies of Bedtime on Berkely street sold since October 2007 and a musical spot in SAE's national advertising campaign, Todd Tyler has big plans for 2008. Armed with a few new tunes and his trademark flat cap, he will depart Nashville to hit the open road full time in August. Tyler hopes you can come along for the ride.


Bedtime on Berkley Street
BMI 2007

Set List

Typical Setlist


Wicked little Sister
Pieces of Maria
Tiny Diamonds
24 hours
Winters Dreams
People Like Me
Workin in the Shade
Newport Cigarettes
Out of my Mind
Tomahawk Charlie
City Full of Sinners


Outfit-Jason Isbell
Lonely- Drive by Truckers
These Loving Arms- Otis Redding
Hard To Handle- Black Crowes
Can't Get High- Widespread panic
Two Princes- Spin Doctors
Cumbersome- Seven Mary Three
Two Things- Jupiter Coyote
Real Thing- Jupiter Coyote
Soul Shine- Allman Brothers
Jolene- Ray Lamontagne
Wagon Wheel- Old Crow Medicine Show
My Stupid Mouth- John Mayer
Rebecca- Pat Mcgee Band
Signed Sealed Delivered- Stevie Wonder
One armed Steve- Widespread panic
Easy on yourself- Jason isbell
In your eyes- Peter Gabriel
Three AM- Edwin Mccain
Yellow Ledbetter- Pearl Jam

*Prefer to do Original Setlist*

Original Set List - Duration 1 Hour
Set with covers - Duration 2 hours