Challenge: Find a more genuine, harder working musician than Tyler Boone. Actually, just go ahead and give up because it is not going to happen. Growing up in the Lowcountry, Boone first became enamored with the subculture of Charleston's punk/metal scene, before eventually expanding his musical palette to include the blues/pop-laced influences that are sprinkled throughout his more recent releases. Boone in the fall of 2012 (October 9th, 2012) he released his first ever King City Records release, "Changing Pace" (producers Jeff Leonard Jr. and Eric Rickert) which demonstrates a unified, confident sound that can only come from a heavy dose of touring and a band that has become comfortable exploring the boundaries of their collective sound. Changing Pace was featured on "What's New" on Spotify the week of it's release and recently featured in Performer Magazine as an Editor's Pick. Opening up for such acts as Platinum record selling artist Edwin McCain, Danielle Howle, Grammy award winning artist such as Christopher Cross, Hootie and the Blowfish and Mark Bryan from Hootie and the Blowfish, American Idol Finalist Elise Testone, I-Nine, Ben Rector The Old Crow Medicine Show and even The Dirty Guv'nah's, Boone is well on his way to becoming a major act himself.
Boone's new release "Changing Pace" is now featured on 105.5 "The Bridge" in Chalreston, SC and 92.1 "The Palm" "WUSC 90.3 FM" “Rock 93.5” FM “WXRY 99.3 “ FM in Columbia, SC and "Z 93.1 The Lake" in Lexington, SC , Rock 106.1 in Savannah, GA and Rock 93.3 "The Planet" in Greenville, SC