Tyson has performed for thousands as a professional vocalist and musician.  A classically trained Tenor; Tyson’s vocal range spans over 3 octaves.

Known for his passion in music, Tyson has performed vocally for the better part of three decades.  In his youth, Tyson was select for solos both at school and in church.  He was also selected for the Kansas Boys Choir, in which he performed two nights in Carnegie Hall and the national anthem at Twin Stadium.  Along with the Kansas Ambassadors of Music he toured throughout Western Europe.

In high school, Tyson was selected for the top choir, the X-Pressives.  In addition to achieving superior ratings with the choir, Tyson also, through solo competitions, was selected for the Kansas District 6 Choir to perform at Wichita State University.

Tyson is a former member of a praise band, multiple church choirs, the Zanesville Civic Chorus and the Y-City Barbershop Chorus (where he served as Vice President of Marketing & Public Relations, as well as Show Chairman).  He is the former co-leader of the Hutchinson High School Devotion Worship Praise Service and the Trumbull Memorial Hospital Worship Service.  He has volunteered his musical talent for numerous non-profit events and activities each year.

In addition to vocal music, Tyson has a long history with playing the flute.  He was a member of the Hutchinson City School concert band programs, marching bands and the high school pep band.  He also competed in solo competition.  Selected for the Hutchinson Youth Symphony, Tyson played flute and piccolo at the historic Fox Theatre and Memorial Hall in Hutchinson, Kansas.  As a professional, he has played flute for staged events and church services.  His training includes private lessons in flute, piano, alto saxophone, oboe and guitar.

Whether it is to live instrumentation or tracked music, Tyson is an experienced performer and developing song writer.  Performance highlights include:  singing for the Trumbull Memorial Hospital Employee Appreciation Day, the Babe Ruth League Ohio Valley Regional, the Zanesville Country Club New Year’s Eve Party and featured three years at the Beaus Art Club fundraiser “Art in the Garden.”  He has written songs privately for nearly 20 years.  His first performance of an original song, “He Said,” was at Howland Community Church in Howland, Ohio with nothing more than his voice and a djembe drum.  That experience encouraged him to offer more.  He has since performed original works for hundreds at the Genesis Health Care Volunteer’s Banquet and the Y-Bridge Arts Festival.


Excited to share his own work, Tyson has created a section for compositions.  He is in the process of getting them read for the public.  To listen to Tyson’s original work, please click here.