I know, nice life for a "refugee." But still, I'd rather be at home and back in my studio! Every day from our fourth story hotel room (which for some reason keeps making me dizzy), this is what I see:
Elyce Tyler sings homespun songs that tap into the sacred power of music to connect, heal, and transform. Heart-centered and unflinching, Elyce tags personal strife onto the shared bittersweet human experience, while celebrating the abiding love that makes it all worthwhile. Elyce's songs are a wide-open exploration of one human's life, guided and illuminated by the ancient, abiding wisdom found in literature, philosophy, and scripture. The middle child and only daughter of a pastor and a public school teacher, Elyce has been unable to escape a need to learn, and share what she has learned. As a single mother with her own long list of personal failings, she writes for her own sake as well, codifying what she has learned into songs that help her remember. Musically, Elyce builds freely from the foundational genres of American music stretching into the 90's, offering her listeners songs that please the ear and soothe the soul.