Tyler Reese Tritt
A true entertainer at heart, Tyler Reese Tritt has always imagined herself growing up to sing professionally. She first got that chance in 2012 recording the classic Don Henley and Patty Smyth duet, “Sometimes Love Just Ain’t Enough,” with her father, Travis Tritt, at 14-years-old.
Since that pivotal moment, Tyler has played for thousands at venues and festivals across the country while opening for a variety of acts, such as Sheryl Crow, Travis Tritt, and Runaway June and played her own first sold out show at The Roasting Room in Bluffton, SC. She also released her debut single, “Perfect,” a song about young romance, in 2017.
Currently, Tyler has some exciting things coming up, including working on an EP bursting with personality-packed tracks. With sounds varying from sassy to traditional country and inspirations ranging from her family to previous relationships, her forthcoming music is sure to be relatable and in tune with her audience.
Tyler has been shaped by several musical influences – from the likes of strong female artists such as Miranda Lambert and Martina McBride to well-known entertainers such as Sugarland. Although these influences have affected her musical taste, preferences, and the new songs on her upcoming EP, Tyler aspires to stand out and make her own mark as a distinctive female voice in the country music genre.
Still residing in her hometown of Powder Springs, GA, Tyler spends her free time with her family and friends and taking part in outdoor activities, such as horseback riding, swimming, and more. Throughout her journey as an artist, she credits her family for being extremely supportive. With her mom as her biggest fan, her dad as her teacher, and her brothers by her side, she has been able to continue to freely pursue her career.