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Missoula, MT
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Portrait of Tyler Barham
Montana native Tyler Barham describes himself as an aspiring Country Singer/Songwriter, but with one look at his online Youtube and Facebook following, you’ll see that his aspirations are quickly becoming reality.

Born in Bozeman and raised in Florence, Montana, Tyler began singing when he was nine. Although he enjoyed singing different styles of music, it didn’t take him long to realize his heart (and eventually his baritone voice) belonged to country music. In his early teens, Tyler competed in various talent competitions in and around Montana winning several high profile competitions. But the majority of his popularity has come by way of YouTube and his covers of popular country songs which have introduced him to a world wide audience.

In 2008 Tyler made the leap from computer screen to TV screen on Great American Country’s nation wide talent search, "Next GAC Star", a competition in which he ended up placing 6th.

In September of this year, with the help of the songwriting/production team of John Griffin and Dave Flint, Tyler released an independent self titled EP that reached No. 39 on the iTunes Country Album Chart beating out several notable major label country music acts including debut CDs by Jerrod Niemann and Justin Moore. The following month, the song “17 & Young" broke into the iTunes Country Singles chart at No. 84.

In an industry that claims it takes 100 thousand dollars to break a new artist, Tyler is becoming a real Cinderella story in country music, all of which he credits to the support of his online friends and fans.

Tyler currently lives in Missoula, Montana and plans to make the move to Nashville early next year to further pursue music.