Residing in Powell River, British Columbia, Tyler Bartfai is a singer/songwriter who is driven heavily by cascading vocals and rhythmic guitar. Tyler plays with a wide variety of genres and pulls inspiration from his various influences such as JJ Cale, Jason Mraz, Eric Clapton, and John Mayer. No stranger to success, Tyler Bartfai has been out touring since 2017. He enjoys forming strong and authentic connections with his fans through his emotional lyrics and is always eager to play for an attentive audience.
Tyler Bartfai just released his debut EP “Can You Tell” and the emotionally driven new project was the result of working alongside 3 times Juno Award-winning producer John Webster. Tyler has gained nothing but success since the release of this EP. The subject matter of the 5-song release is accessible for listeners from all walks of life. With themes of love, emotional turmoil, and loss, Tyler remains an admirable and relatable artist. Not only is songwriting a Tyler Bartfai’s strong suit, but the musicianship through each track on the “Can You Tell” EP blissful navigates the story-line and journey for the listener. With the addition of renowned session drummer Randall Stall, tasteful electric guitar by jazz schooled musician Tristan Paxton, and in the pocket bass by Austin Parise, the “Can You Tell” EP with shy rocket Tyler Bartfai’s musical career to new heights! Along with the EP, Tyler released a Patricia Theatre Highlights video for the last song “Is This My Home”. Stay tuned for more from this up and coming artist! Listen to “Can You Tell” by Tyler Bartfai here and read more in our interview below!
Welcome back to BuzzMusic Tyler Bartfai’! It’s such a pleasure to be chatting with you again. "She’s The One" is the perfect track to introduce new listeners to your sound in 2019. What made you choose this particular track to start off the EP?
Hey again, thanks for taking the time to chat with me again! “She’s the one” was one of the strongest tunes I had written going into the recording process, and it developed very nicely as we moved along. It was a song myself and my producer felt would be well received, and a good way to start the EP out with a bang.