Tyler Greenleaf
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Tyler Greenleaf

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Arriving in Toronto in August 2006 and looking to immerse himself in Canada and urban life, Tyler Greenleaf started learning about urban planning, which led to writing songs from the perspective of various iconic buildings.

Toronto songs written include Mvsevm, from the perspective of the Royal Ontario Museum, Queen West Triangle, and a TTC subway/streetcar. Other songs include one about Habitat in Montreal; Ryugyong Hotel, about an abandoned 105 story hotel in North Korea; the Washburn "A" Mill in Minneapolis; and the now demolished Eaton's building in downtown Winnipeg.

Since arriving in Toronto Tyler has recorded and performed with a numbers of artists including The Weakerthans, FemBots, Laura Barrett, Nathan Lawr and the Minotaurs, and Tin Star Orphans.

Originally from Minneapolis, he managed, was a songwriter for, and sang and played trumpet and trombone in a pop/punk band called Flipsyde. After releasing two full-length CDs, three US tours and couple stints on the Warped Tour, the band called it quits in October 2002.

Following his Winnipeg-born wife to Atlanta for graduate school in 2004, Tyler soon joined indie rock band Cassavetes (www.myspace.com/cassavetes) playing guitar, keyboards, horns, and vocals. The band released the CD Funny Story in 2006.