Beau Tyler is a producer/songwriter hailing from Dallas TX. Beau Tyler is currently the principal songwriter, lead guitarist, pianist, and vocalist for Rock Ridge Music recording artist Rescue Signals. Tyler graduated from...
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Beau Tyler is a producer/songwriter hailing from Dallas TX. Beau Tyler is currently the principal songwriter, lead guitarist, pianist, and vocalist for Rock Ridge Music recording artist Rescue Signals. Tyler graduated from Mediatech Institute in 2005 with a degree in Audio Engineering. Tyler also has received his associates degree from Brookhaven College in Interdisciplinary studies with and emphasis in political advocacy, and is currently working on a B.S. in entertainment business from Full Sail University.
Tyler is the owner of Rescue [Sound] Productions, a music entertainment boutique offering services in producing, writing, engineering, mixing, editing, website design/hosting, booking/show promotion, video production/editing, and short term career management.
In addition to fronting Rescue Signals, Tyler has been on multiple national tours as a member of the bands Upside(Tribunal Records), Utica, A Farewell Address, and as a solo artist. Tyler has had the opportunity to share the stage with: Dave Cook(RCA), My Chemical Romance(Reprise), Anberlin(Tooth and Nail), Blindside(Elektra), Bowling For Soup(Jive) and many other national acts. Tyler has also performed at Vans Warped Tour and Cornerstone Festival both boasting more than 30,000 in attendance.
Tyler will be touring nationally with Rescue Signals this year in support of their first national debut release, "Indecisions".
For more information about Beau Tyler, Rescue Signals, or Rescue Sound Productions please contact:
A Highway To Success, Touring Takes A Downturn? by Kings of A&R A Highway To Success: AC/DC who has sold more albums than the Rolling Stones and Led Zeppelin refuses to sell its music online. “It’s like an artist who does a painting,” Angus said. “If he thinks...
A Highway To Success, Touring Takes A Downturn? by Kings of A&R A Highway To Success: AC/DC who has sold more albums than the Rolling Stones and Led Zeppelin refuses to sell its music online. “It’s like an artist who does a painting,” Angus said. “If he thinks it’s a great piece of work, he protects it. It’s the same thing: this is our work.” The band has said it does not want to break up its albums to sell individual songs as iTunes usually requires. “They have a purist approach,” said Steve Barnett, the chairman of Columbia Records and former AC/DC manager. “Their instinct was always to do the right thing for fans, think long term and not be influenced by financial rewards.”
Touring Takes a Downturn? Rolling Stone Mag published an article titled ‘Tour Biz Strong in a Weak Economy‘ and they point to blockbuster tours from Tom Petty to the Police. Dave Matthews Band, Coldplay, the Police and Rush did their usual solid business. And the Jonas Brothers sold out amphitheaters everywhere, averaging almost 18,000 people a show and grossing more than $11 million. Acts that appeal to a less affluent audience like NIN and Maroon 5 were hit with a few sellouts. Warped Tour founder, Kevin Lyman, “People were holding their money tighter to their vests this summer.” In response, many amphitheater tours, including Stevie Wonder’s, Motley Crue’s and Maroon 5/Counting Crows’, reduced lawn prices drastically to fill the venues.
Rising To The Top: Punk band Rise Against sold an impressive 64,701 copies this week of their new album titled ‘Appeal To Reason‘. Check out the Rolling Stone review of the album and listen to the track Savior.
Metallica’s ‘Death Magnetic‘ has been certified platinum only after 4 weeks and sold 65,741 this week. Kid Rock’s ‘Rock N Roll Jesus‘ is double platinum and remains in the top 10. Ironically, after 12 weeks on the charts Miley Cyrus ‘Breakout‘ hasn’t reached a million in sales, which means 11 year olds are fickle and the hype is over.
New Music: Paige Williams hailing from Los Angeles has been nominated for Best Rock Artist and Pop single for the 2008 LA Music Awards, listen to the track Wasting Away.
Signings: The Dallas outfit Rescue Signals has signed with New York based label Rock Ridge Music and Florida rock band Crooked X have signed with Capitol Records
Rescue Signals Coming to Baton Rouge by Tiger Weekly [LSU Campus News] By Katie Andress
Looking for something new to rock out to? Tired of the same bands coming to town? If the answer’s yes, check out Rescue Signals. The new up and coming band is playing November 13 at the Varsity with another Baton Rouge favorite, The Benjy Davis Project. This show is pretty special for the guys because it is not only their first time playing in Baton Rouge, but they are also handing over their first record to their label, Rock Ridge Music.
I got the chance to talk with Tyler Bretz, who is lead vocals and plays guitar. He described Rescue Signals as “a beautiful accident.” Bretz and the other three guys in the band, Cody, Michael and Bryan, got together through different sets of mutual friends. They were all working on other projects before coming together to form Rescue Signals.
This band is one of the few bands I’ve come across that are totally devoted to the fans. Fans play a huge role in these guys’ lives. They let their fans decide everything, even the song titles. Rescue Signals is currently holding two joint contests. The first is for those creative geniuses out there who can create an authentic design for the band’s CD booklet. The other is to choose the album’s title.
Everyone is welcome to enter one or both of the contests. Contest winners will have their title and/or artwork featured in the CD booklet and their names will be mentioned in the liner notes. More information can be found at the band’s Myspace page, www.myspace.com/rescuesignals, under the Blog section. The release of their first record will be in the spring of 2009.
Another unique, fan-oriented aspect of Rescue Signals is their Acoustic Living Room Tour in Omaha, Neb. One lucky winner gets to host the guys in his or her living room for an intimate, acoustic performance. It started out as a small gathering of friends, but has now grown into a large group of over 100 people. This is just another great example of how dedicated they are to their fans.
Rescue Signals has also written a song for an organization called “To Write Love on Her Arms.” This organization helps teens deal with major issues, the main one being depression. The new song, “She Writes Love,” will be presented to the organization at a benefit concert with Plain White T’s on December 6 in Dallas, Texas.
The guys are also writing music for a soundtrack to a secret Universal Pictures movie. Tyler also mentioned a clothing line featuring designs similar to Ed Hardy styles and band merchandise. Needless to say, this mainstream rock band is well on their way to a pretty successful career.
Originally Published: Issue 711 - November 5, 2008
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C.E.O. Mike Ziemer speaks about Beau's Band Rescue Signals in a press release.
It's good to see a handful of Dallas' finest musicians joining forces to create something that dares to be different and appeals to everyone
- Mike Ziemer
C.E.O. Third String Productions
Dallas's biggest production company
(Third String Productions was featured in BusinessWeek.)