Drop-In Session with Tyler Stenson

There’s new music coming from our elegant folk singer/songwriter. Tyler says he is moving into a modern direction in his sound. And you can download it for free until August 10th. 

Here’s a trend we’ve noticed. Offering your music for free. Noise trade’s “New and Notable” homepage features the download along with seven of Tyler’s favorite song. The offer is good now though August 10th. So take advantage by clicking on the image below.


“Say No More”

A reflective but upbeat folk-pop song about the hurtful words we sometimes say to the ones we love most, Stenson’s latest release is the first in over a year – a relatively extended leave for an otherwise highly prolific recording artist. The wait, however, was not for lack of creativity, but for an abundance of good fortune.

“I got married,” beams Stenson about the absence from his usual recording regimen. “I took some time off to give that lovely thing its proper moment, but now I’m excited to be back in the writing saddle. This is the first of many singles in the queue – but one that I believe will set the bar very high for the others to follow.”



Tyler Stenson


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  1. Sharon Lebeda
    Sharon Lebeda says:

    There are no words to describe the depth of my admiration for Tyler Stenson. His talent and dedication to his craft commands our respect and inspires us on every level. I cannot think of anyone more worthy of success. The fact that my children are of his generation yet I immerse myself in his music reveals the breadth of his appeal. Elegant folk music is timeless and ageless.


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