Tyler Morris has been playing guitar at a professional level since he was 11, and at the ripe old age of 19 releases his third album internationally. But Tyler is not just another young musical genius – his gift runs deeper than an amazing set of ears paired with two very skillful hands. Ever since he picked up a guitar, Tyler has been driven to get to the roots of the songs and styles he learns and absorbs, and to reflect his huge and growing body of influences onto his own interpretations and eventually, his own compositions.
For Next In Line, Tyler worked with Grammy-award-winning producer Paul Nelson (Johnny Winter) and incorporated guest appearances by Joe Louis Walker and the Uptown Horns. Tyler continues to develop his signature sound – channeling a classic blues mindset into modern rock phrasing and syncopation. He is very aware of the melding of styles as he references a combination of phrases from Freddy King and Aerosmith's Brad Whitford in his soloing on one song, and draws strong inspiration in others from Ritchie Blackmore, Joe Perry, Eddie Van Halen, Johnny Winter, and Joe Walsh.