Tyler Hilton Discusses ‘I Believe in You’

Tyler Hilton talked about writing his song ‘I Believe in You’, a track from his new EP ‘Ladies & Gentlemen’, in a video at his YouTube channel. “‘I Believe In You’ to me is one of the saddest songs on the record,” Tyler said, adding that the track was inspired by the ending of the movie ‘Vanilla Sky’. Watch it below.

Tyler Hilton Meets Twitter Followers In Salt Lake City

Tyler Hilton and his band were snowed in on their way to Salt Lake City. After postponing the concert, the guys spent the night in Cheyenne, Wyoming. In the morning, they drove out to SLC anyways. Watch footage from their meet and greet with fans via Tyler’s Twitter @tylerhilton below.

Behind The Scenes With Tyler Hilton Doing The Radio & TV Circuit

Tyler Hilton sent in a brand new video blog from the road, featuring a behind the scenes look at the singer songwriter’s visit to radio stations, TV interviews, and more. After a busy day, Tyler is seen fully clothed sitting in an empty bathtub. The song in this video is called ‘Sunset Blvd’. Watch it via YouTube below.

Tyler Hilton Reveals The Story Behind ‘Sunset Blvd’

Tyler Hilton is giving fans a behind the scenes look at his new EP ‘Ladies & Gentlemen’. The singer songwriter recently sat down for a track by track interview to share some of the stories behind writing each song, with the first video being for the first song on the EP ‘Sunset Blvd’. “So ‘Sunset Blvd’ kind of came out of my re-love of LA after living in Nashville for awhile,” Hilton explained. “I came back for work though, I didn’t even come back though because I necessarily liked the scene better than Nashville. Once I got back here I realized I work better in this town, I started finding out what I actually love about living in this town.” Watch the commentary via YouTube below.

Tyler Hilton Celebrates ‘Ladies And Gentlemen’ EP Release

Tyler Hilton checked in with fans on his official web site’s blog on Wednesday (April 21), discussing the release of his new EP. The singer songwriter tells readers:

My EP “Ladies and Gentlemen” is out and for sale on iTunes! Wahoo!!!! With it’s release I’m here, there and everywhere saying hey, playing songs, signing things, and having an all around good time. The first week of promo is already done. Hung at a radio station in NY and met with some folks who might wanna use some of my tunes for a commercial or two. Also did some on air interviews for some NY TV networks and played the EP release show at the Canal Room where we SOLD OUT of EP’s! Damn! You are a hungry bunch of Storm Trackers.

The entire blog and a picture at tylerhilton.com have since been removed.

Tyler Hilton ‘Sunset Blvd’ Guitar Tutorial

Tyler Hilton has been getting tons of requests for new guitar tutorials. The singer songwriter sat down recently to record a new video to teach you how to play ‘Sunset Blvd’, a song off Tyler’s EP ‘Ladies & Gentlemen’, out Tuesday (April 20). Watch the video via his YouTube channel below.

Tyler Hilton ‘Sunset Blvd’ Video

Tyler Hilton recorded a special music video for the acoustic version of a brand new song called ‘Sunset Blvd’, featured on the singer songwriter’s upcoming EP ‘Ladies & Gentlemen’, out April 20th. Watch it via his YouTube below.

Tyler Hilton Faces Off With Jason Derulo In Ping Pong Tournament

Tyler Hilton got together with label mate Jason Derulo for a ping pong tournament at the Warner Bros. in Los Angeles. After edging out Tyler, Jason gave a tongue in cheek acceptance speech before the loser had to do push-ups. Watch footage via Tyler’s YouTube channel below.

Tyler Hilton Discusses Why He Named His New Album ‘The Storms We Share’

Tyler Hilton sent in a new video blog to talk about the two songs he posted, his 5-song ‘Ladies and Gentlemen’ EP coming out April 20th, touring with The Spill Canvas, probably releasing the new album towards the end of the summer, and its title will be ‘The Storms We Share’.

“I’m really excited about this, because as a lot of you know, I’ve kind of been waiting to name the record, and until the record was all put together and all done so I could look at the songs and be like ‘Okay, what should I call this group of songs?’,” Hilton explained. “The name came about in a really crazy way. I was talking to a few people about living in Nashville, about living in Canada and about living in places where there’s weather which we don’t really have in LA. They were saying it’s weird, you could be at the grocery store, you could be somewhere talking to someone, you don’t even know the person and you can be like, ‘Crazy weather out there, huh,’ and it’s something everyone has in common. A lot of these songs kind of ended up being about trials in life or different things we all kind of go through. So I thought that would be a great title for the record, because there’s not as many love songs as there were on my other records and it just seems to be like one of those records. Hopefully there’s a lot of topics we can all have in common together.”

Watch the update via YouTube below.

Tyler Hilton Releases ‘I Believe In You’, Readies New EP

Tyler Hilton updated fans on his official web site’s blog on Monday (March 1), discussing a photo shoot he did with Reid Rolls, posting a new song called ‘I Believe In You’, and plans to release a new EP called ‘Ladies and Gentlemen’ on April 20th. Hilton writes:

Today I posted the 2nd new song (from the full album I’m putting out later this year) on my sites for all of you. It’s the album version of “I Believe In You”. Since I put an acoustic version on the last EP “Better on Beachwood” I’ve seen a lot of you guys covering it on YouTube. It sounds great on you! Anyway, I hope you enjoy the full band version. Show it to friends, work out to it, throw it on a mix, sing it in the shower, and maybe eventually dedicate it to someone (that’s the ultimate for a song, I think).

The entire message at tylerhilton.com has since been removed.