Tyler Boone grew up in the Lowcountry of Charleston, SC. Boone first became enamored with the small club rock scene and slowly started making his way headlining major music venues & gaining traction on the radio waves all across the United States. The past few years he has opened for some incredible talent and has become an official Taylor Guitars endorsed artist.
After signing with the legendary Tom Sarig (Lou reed, Cake, the Gaslight Anthem, Against me!) & his new label Antifragile Music, Boone’s latest single “Gettin’ High,” was released on 5.22.2020 and is now going to radio as a current top 5 pick for triple A radio via all access.
He’s had the pleasure of opening up for such acts as Grammy award winning artist Sheryl Crow, The Avett Brothers, Sublime with Rome, Christopher Cross, Hootie and the Blowfish, Old Crow Medicine Show, & others such as The Silversun Pickups, Robert Randolph, Will Hoge, Canadian songwriter Donovan Woods, Platinum selling artist Edwin McCain, Zach Myers of Shinedown, The Revivalists, The Marcus King Band, Sean McConnell, Dr. John, Rayland Baxter & also American Idol Winners David Cook & Lee DeWyze, to name a few.
Charleston Songwriter’s Festival (over 40 #1 top writers)
Songwriter’s Festival (over 40 #1 top writers)
2019 Summerfest Music Festival Alumni
2018 Summerfest Music Festival Alumni
2018 Americanafest Music Festival Alumni
2016 Firefly Music Festival Alumni.
Featured in the HBO series Vice Principals and his single “Paper Wings” featured on the new series “A Night With My Ex” on Bravo TV.
Runner up for Best Musician in the Charleston City Paper Awards 2019
Singer/Songwriter of the Year Charleston City Paper Music Awards 2017.
Runner up to Darius Rucker for Best Musician & Best Vocalists for the Best of Charleston City Paper Awards 2017.
Pretty Weird Blonde
Pretty Weird Blonde is a singer/songwriter on a mission to inspire audiences to embrace their weirdo selves. Born in Boulder, Colorado, Pretty Weird Blonde grew up moving with her hippie family throughout several different states, ultimately settling in LA after graduating college with a dual business degree in management and finance. Having had John Denver as a god-father figure in her early childhood, she grew up with music as a key inspiration to her creative journey.
It wasn’t until moving to LA to pursue entertainment, however, that Pretty Weird Blonde discovered her musical talents and began making a path for herself as a multi-hyphenate entertainer. Simultaneously an established screenwriter, television producer, and actress, Pretty Weird Blonde uses her versatile talents to create fully immersive entertainment in which audiences get up close and personal both auditorily and visually.
Her style ranges from indie-soul to dance-pop, reminding the status quo that artists don’t need to be defined by one single category of music. Whether it’s a savage break up song, or a self-love anthem, Pretty Weird Blonde sings viscerally from the heart and doesn’t hold back in sharing her deepest thoughts and emotions. Her music continues to gain momentous traction, as tens of thousands of fans are jumping on board with her raw, unfiltered and eerily relatable lyrics. She’s a SESAC musician who’s had several original song placements in movies and TV series – expressing that lyricism is one of her favorite aspects of the musical process.
With the release of her latest track, Love You in the Cosmos, Pretty Weird Blonde is passionate about creating an inter-dimensional experience for her listeners by making music that takes you on a journey outside of the 3D. Pretty Weird Blonde is making a name for herself as a wildly unpredictable artist and is determined to use music as a tool to transcend these uneasy times.
Original song, “Born to Kill,” placed as theme song in feature film, Speak Now
Original song, “Mr. Know it All,” placed as theme song in feature film, The Good Neighbor
Original song, “Faded Love,” placed as theme song in feature film, Mr. and Mrs. Retribution
Original song, “Misconception” placed as theme song in TV series, MS. Conception
Original song, “Swagga,” placed as theme song in TV series, MS. Conception
Original song, “Medicate Me,” placed as theme song in TV series, MediKate