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Urban Teen Magazine Celebrity Re-Air Interview with Tyler Noel!

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R&B music fans are looking to have a relationship with the artist again; to experience that connection which has gone extinct from the urban music scene. Hailing from Atlanta, GA, Tyler Noel is that charismatic, spontaneous and talented Rhythm & Blues artist who has set out to create music with a unique attitude, an emotional feel and an upbeat twist that shall bridge the gap between the fans, the music, and the artist. Tyler began singing at the tender age of five in the church choir. At the age of 12, she began her professional music career. By the time Tyler was 18, the thought of being a solo artist was burning in her heart. With plans to attend college after high school, fate had different plans for Tyler when she suffered a severe partially paralyzing stroke, which left her barely able to speak at the age of 18. Her determination, love for music, her family, friends and the support from her Father, who she credits as her best friend, allowed her to prevail against the odds and continue her musical journey. “Singing is a source of healing for me. If it’s not real, how can I expect other people to believe it?” says the talented singer/songwriter. “I write and sing about my life and that’s why my songs are instantly relatable,” says Tyler Noel whose vocal idol is gospel icon Karen Clark Sheard. Tyler Noel will take you back in time with her music, but it’s not at all a nostalgic effect: Her songs stay modern, catchy and feature all the attention to details and balance that keeps her in step with the modern musical world. In spite of that, Tyler still finds space to flirt with those elements that make her music truly special: a great, old school synthesizer line, a tight kick…something you could find on some of Giorgio Moroder’s best productions, just to offer an example.. 

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