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Tyler James Cook's debut release
--> CONTEST WINNER EP <--
available now at Amazon, Bandcamp, CD Baby, iTunes, Google Play, and other fine retailers
(Click here to hear the title track, "Contest Winner")

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"I got this CD two days ago, and it has already changed my life.... This man is the Mozart of our century as well as my spirit animal."
~iTunes review from gkjebaily
"My love for this album is locally sourced."
~Amazon review from T. Payne

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Tyler James Cook, Contest Winner, Summer 2014 (photo credit:  Stephanie Fagan)

Electrock Retrospective, Volume II:  Technological Romance is available now on Bandcamp!
(Get it here)

Welcome to the website for Tyler James Cook, saxophonist and composer/arranger for acclaimed instrumental ensemble Brass to the Future and saxophonist, keyboardist, vocalist, and songwriter for The Lovecrafts.  Tyler has been playing, writing, arranging, and even recording music for over a decade.

If you're interested in commissioning an original composition, arrangement, or transcription or booking Tyler for an event, click here.

If you just want to learn more about the man behind the horn, click here.

Hear what people are saying about Tyler and his music:

"...8-bit video game music that conjures some serious princess-rescuing nostalgia...."
~ Michael Spawn, Free Times

"[F]ar more than a 'decent local musician[,]' this guy has an impressively unique sound. Don't take my word for it - go see for yourself... guaranteed to be a real musical treat!!"
~ Eulalee B., Facebook comment

"Pretty good."
~ Elderly Woman after a performance at an open mic night

"Why do you wear a coat and tie when you play?"
~ Elderly Woman's husband

"I think [The Four Unicorns of the Apocalypse is] kind of a cute name for an album.... I can just kind of sort of picture in my mind... four deadly looking unicorns coming down to do battle on the Earth or, I don't know, some kind of sci-fi/fantasy nonsense like that." 

"...like the Southern rock equivalent of 30 Rock at its best - totally campy and ostensibly funny, but actually [full] of truth, nostalgia and talent."
~Kathleen Kemp
"[Tyler] managed to fit together just about every classic music cliché in the book, both musically and lyrically, into one song. AND it[']s relatable!"
~Mal Weatherly of Mal and the Malcontents

"...like Yes meets the Donkey Kong soundtrack. One word: Genius."
~Erin W., social worker, mother of two, music lover, on Electrock EP:  The Four Unicorns of the Apocalypse





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