Tyson Bowman

Tyson Bowman


Tyson's humble approach endears him to live audiences, and his passion is clearly heard over the radio. The reality and truth behind his songs will capture your emotions, bringing back memories and feelings.


“Head over heels, gone a lil’ crazy, makin’ memories” defines the real Tyson Bowman. A laid back, country singer with a heart of gold, Tyson is the real thing.

Originally from Erie, Pennsylvania, Tyson grew up singing in the church choir and rapped and beat boxed while in a high school hip hop group. There he earned a basketball scholarship for Mercyhurst Northeast College. After realizing his love of music, he left to attend The Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences in Phoenix, Arizona. On graduation day, nothing held him back. He drove for three days straight to where his heart was – Music City, U.S.A.

Once in Nashville, Tennessee, he turned back to his country roots and worked with Renee Grant-Williams. She is the vocal coach to the stars and describes his voice as “down right pretty.” Always thinking of others, he founded “The Grand New Opry,” a take off of the traditional Grand Ole Opry, providing upcoming musicians live performance opportunities. He also regularly works with songwriters to hone his skills, and he is currently writing songs for a new album.

Tyson’s music combines traditional country music vocals with cutting edge instrumentation, rock ‘n roll style. His original songs reflect on lost love, living life without regret and enjoying the journey, not just the destination. His humble approach endears him to live audiences, and his passion is clearly heard over the radio.

Tyson spends his free time long-distance running, hunting, snowmobiling, water skiing and spending time with family. He is the proud son of Vicki Bowman Clauson of Hendersonville, NC and Larry Bowman of Findley Lake, NY.


Tyson's "Rain On My Soul" original song is currently receiving radio airplay in Franklin, TN.

Set List

Typical set list includes original songs, as well as covers. Sets are ~ one-hour long and contain a mix of both. Covers include: James Taylor, Blake Shelton, Kenny Chesney, Dwight Yoakam, Garth Brooks and Hank Williams, as well as others.