Tyler Meacham is a 25-year-old alt-pop singer & songwriter from Richmond, VA. Her expressive, vocally-charged songs tell her story of love and loss, of falling down, getting back up, and finding her voice.
Tyler spent the last year writing & producing a new demo every month to share with her following on YouTube & Patreon, lovingly known as the Song of the Month Club. Bringing the songs offline and into local & regional venues further fueled her desire to grow as a writer and collaborate with other musicians. She formed a band with Brandon O’Neill (drums/vocals), Chip Hale (bass/vocals), Nate Hubbard (guitar), and Joel Worford (guitar), and the group has elevated her music with new arrangements and standout musicianship.
Whether playing solo acoustic or backed by a full band, her music carries an emotional resonance that aims to leave listeners feeling hopeful & a little less alone. Tyler is in the process of recording her debut EP with bass player/producer Chip Hale and regularly shares new music on YouTube, Facebook, and Patreon.
Mitchel Evan is an American songwriter from Richmond, Virginia that is dedicated to keeping authentic music and honest storytelling alive. His journey from Virginia to Colorado and back again has resulted in two EP's and a full length album with the now disbanded, Mitchel Evan & The Mangrove, as well as his first solo album release, “Nostalgia” - 2018. Evan has recently relocated back to his hometown of Richmond, VA and continues to write, record and perform at a prolific rate. Evan is now performing with his new 4 piece Americana outfit, The Saboteurs, and has plans to release a self-titled record in the Spring of 2020.