Currently living in Seattle, Washington, but originally from Florence, South Carolina, Tyler Edwards is a singer-songwriter who was strongly influenced by his southern upbringing. On his new LP A Few Good Hearts that influence shines through because according to him, "there will always be a southern accent in everything I do." Tyler's writing style is similar to an alchemist; instead of transforming metal into gold, he transforms sounds and words into songs. When he writes songs, he strives to create something that can live in both quiet and loud spaces, blending the line of folk, rock, and country. With lyrics as a focal point, the music moves in and around the words to paint a verbal and sonic imagery that tells a unique story about love, life, questions and observations. He has been influenced by artists and literary minds such as; Ryan Adams, Bruce Springsteen, Leonard Cohen, Tom Petty, Gregory Alan Isakov, Jackson Browne, The National, Rumi, and C.S. Lewis.