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Under-rated

Tyler is definitely someone you need to check out. He has an amazing husky voice that just seems to work. Highly recomend Pink and Black, and if iTunes decides to add more of his stuff, Thats How Love Should Be and When The Stars Go Blue (a duet with Bethany Joy Lenz).

Scrawny yet surprisingly good

itunes UK do not appreciate tyler! all you pop rock fans check out 'the tracks of tyler hilton' for the full album! Check him out on one tree hill as well!

Tyler Hilton

Tyler Hilton is one of the most awsomeist singer i've heard in a really long time. He has a really sxc voice nd i luv When the stars go blue and Glad (acoustic) all my friends agree. any1 who doesn't like him is crazy! iTunes PLEASE addmore songs by Tyler Hilton! PLEASE!

Biography

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Singer and songwriter Tyler Hilton started in music early, the product of a musical family that kept him curious about playing guitar, singing, and performing. By seventeen he was writing his own songs, and had become an open mic fixture in his hometown of Palm Springs, California. In 2000 Hilton wrote, recorded and released an eponymous debut and began to shop it, but it was a chance opportunity that brought his talent to the record execs' attention. That same year an impromptu performance over...
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