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Tyler Bryant performing in Cedar Park, Texas


Tyler Bryant performing at the Cedar Park Center in Cedar Park, Texas on April 30, 2015.

Tyler got his first guitar at the age of 6. When he was 11, he sold the dirtbike his parents had just given to him for Christmas and bought his first electric guitar, a red Epiphone Les Paul from Hollybond's Music Store in Paris, Texas. While still in elementary school, he met Roosevelt Twitty, a then-63-year-old blues musician from Paris, Texas. Mr. Twitty taught Tyler how to play the blues. At 13, Tyler and Mr. Twitty started playing shows around Texas. This was the age that Tyler also started writing songs. Tyler performed at the 2011 Austin City Limits Music Festival. At 15, Tyler put together the Tyler Bryant Band. The band toured Texas and the surrounding states. At one point, they played shows in Germany and Prague. In 2006, at 15, he was presented with the Robert Johnson Gibson New Generation Award for aspiring young guitar players. In 2007, Eric Clapton invited Tyler to play at Crossroads Guitar Festival in Chicago. (Source: Wikipedia)
Tyler Bryant has been sharing the stage with ZZ Top and Jeff Beck on his current tour. The tour wraps up at the Louder Than Life Festival in Louisville, Kentucky and then his home city of Nashville, Tennessee at the Musicians Corner.

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