William Tyler is an American musician and guitarist known for his folk, indie folk, and pop rock style. Born on December 25, 1979 in Nashville, TN, he has made a name for himself as a solo artist after being a member of Lambchop and Silver Jews. Throughout his career, Tyler has collaborated with notable artists such as Bonnie "Prince" Billy, Charlie Louvin, and Candi Staton. With musical talent running in the family, his father is Dan Tyler and his mother is Adele Tyler.
As a versatile musician, William Tyler's music encompasses various genres including folk, indie folk, and pop rock. His unique style resonates with listeners who appreciate heartfelt melodies and captivating guitar playing.
Prior to pursuing a solo career, Tyler gained experience as a member of renowned bands such as Lambchop and Silver Jews. These early collaborations allowed him to refine his skills while also establishing connections within the music industry.