Troy Tyler, a native of Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin, always had a love for singing. He started around the house and admits he wasn’t that good. He would always sing for his parents who would tell him the truth about his voice; it wasn’t great. He kept at it singing every chance he got. He would sing with his father, a musician in his own right, and take the high notes while his father took the lower ones. Later on, Troy took vocal lessons that he said: “really helped me with breathing and voice control.”
Since the end of last year, Troy has been hard at work on creating more than ever before. Focusing on song structure and writing he’s managed to turn his experiences into something that a wide range of people can relate to.
Troy Tyler’s 90’s R&B was named one of Milwaukee’s top 10 songs of 2017, he was nominated for 5 88Nine Music Awards and he has no intent on slowing down. Troy has been hard at work ever since dropping his widely popular “Seconds of Forever” on July 27, 2018.