Don’t judge a book by its cover. Nashville’s hottest new songwriter, Tyler Reeve, may look like everybody’s All-American with his flipped ball cap and quarterback shoulders, but his lyrics are light on tailgates and dirt roads, and heavy on memory-evoking imagery.
Tyler came to Nashville by way of Mobile, Alabama, detouring through Florida for college, then Georgia to launch his performing career. With the encouragement of business associates and the respectable fan base he had built, Reeve began visiting Nashville to explore the music business. A pocketful of well-crafted tunes opened the door to co-writers like Jonathan Singleton and James Otto who helped him further refine his already innate talent.
Everyday life – the struggles, the victories, heartbreak and love – are not wasted on this observant songwriter whose lyrics and melodies are as warm and relatable as his boy-next-door personality. It’s not difficult to understand why he’s rapidly becoming one of Nashville’s most sought after co-writers, and artist on the rise.