Tyler Falcoa, 25, singer-songwriter-producer from Bristol, Rhode Island. Tyler is the older brother in the pop duo “Tyler & Ryan.” He has been playing music since the age of ten after a football injury resulted in immediate removal from the sport. After writing and producing his first song at the age of 12, Tyler knew this was the path he was meant to take. His journey within music has progressed from basement rock bands to YouTube cover artists, resulting in the creation of “Tyler & Ryan.” Tyler writes, records and produces every song for the duo. Currently, “Tyler and Ryan” have committed themselves to building their brand by continuing to release new, original content. 

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Ryan Falcoa, 23, singer-songwriter-producer from Bristol, Rhode Island. Ryan is the younger brother in the pop duo “Tyler & Ryan.” He is often regarded as the lead vocalist in the duo, attributing his musical involvement to a discovery made by Tyler while singing around the house. Shortly after, Ryan became a backup vocalist and drummer in various basement rock bands. Aside from music, Ryan is passionate about photography and works as the duo’s social media content creator. He has created all of “Tyler & Ryan’s” album covers.

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 Brother pop duo “Tyler and Ryan” are making their mark in the music industry, quickly becoming known for their unique sound and originality. 

    The New England natives, from Bristol, Rhode Island grew up performing in local bars and open mic nights. After a severe football injury left him unable to play, Tyler, the older of the two, began a classic rock cover band with Ryan. Shortly after, the brother’s experienced a life-threatening house fire. This inspired them to start writing music to better cope with their anxiety. 

    The brothers went on to create their YouTube channel in 2010. In time, “Tyler & Ryan” became known in the YouTube community for their original takes on Top 40 music. In 2014, “Tyler & Ryan” won Ryan Seacrest’s online competition “Best Cover of All About That Bass” with their rendition of the song. They later got an opportunity to work with notable artists Charlie Puth and Ludacris on Ryan Seacrest’s YouTube Original TV series “Best.Cover.Ever”. In 2016, “Tyler & Ryan” opened up for Ingrid Michaelson, Shaggy and One Republic at the Mix 104.1 “Mixfest” in Boston, performing for 50,000 people, their biggest crowd yet.

    In 2017 they continued to release weekly cover videos to grow their audience. In 2018, they released seven singles, accumulating over 2 million streams just on Spotify alone. The “Tyler & Ryan” fan base has driven the brothers to over 160,000 Subscribers on YouTube, and a combined 30 million views. This year, the brothers plan on releasing more singles than ever, rebranding themselves to fit their sound: retro & real.

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