LJ Tyson

Categories: Musicians: Vocalist, Solo Artists, Songwriters/Composers

Genres: Aboriginal, Pop, Rock

Contact

LJ Tyson
Prince Albert, SK

Mobile: (306) 960-1212
Phone: (306) 922-4020

Description

LJ believes that music can heal and has used it his entire life to help him through tough situations. LJ uses his music to talk to others regarding bullying and being yourself. Growing up in a musical family, his tastes were varied due to the music he was exposed to. He lists his influences as Billy Joe Armstrong, Gwen Stefani, Tina Turner and Roy Orbison. As a former member of the band Nonsense, highlights include: - Mosaic Music "The Next Big Thing" Second Place. - Province Wide Competition "Ice Jam" Finalists. - 2 performances on the show "Stripped Down." - A #1 hit single "This and That" on MBC radio. - Multiple other charted songs on MBC radio.  - Spent 3 months on an anti-bullying tour that toured Saskatchewan and wrapped up with a show in front of 2000 high school students in Prince Albert, Sask. As a solo act, highlights include: - Search for the Stars performance in 2011. - Named Search for the Stars Songwriter of the Year in 2012. - Prince Albert Fall Festival Talent Competition 2012 First Place.  LJ Tyson is working on his debut solo CD and hopes to accomplish many more things in the near and extended future. His first single "Sunrise" is due for release on November 16, 2012.  

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Audio

Sunrise

From Sunrise - Single

Videos

  • You Oughta Know Cover

    A cover of an Alanis song "You Otta Know".

  • Empty Room with LJ Tyson

    LJ is a singer/songwriter from Prince Albert SK. LJ will be re-releasing his EP 103 on June 15 with 4 extra songs, including Locals. He plans on touring with his band late summer-early fall. Recipient of an EA Rawlinson Centre Songwriter of the Year Award, he has been commissioned by the city of PA to write music for a video highlighting the culture of the city, and has recently charted with this song on the Indigenous Music Countdown. LJ’s been nominated for Video of the Year at the Sask. Co...