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NEW Inspirational Album

IT’S OFFICIAL! “By the Voice of my Servants” is available in stores and online. Tyler Castleton joins prolific LDS writer, Wayne Burton, for a pioneering concept album: ten original songs, each inspired by a specific quote from a General Conference address, which results in a melodic and memorable take on Latter-day revelation. On “We Are Not Alone,” Scott Krippayne’s signature smoky baritone voice delivers an invitation to be spiritually awake and alert. “Four-inch Screen,” performed by Madilyn Paige, is a sunny reminder to unplug and focus on relationships over devices. The songs range from meditative to rousing, from reverent to fun-loving, making this a great way for the whole family to revisit the words of prophets and find new insight as well as enjoyment. Featuring: David Osmond, Calee Reed, Madilyn Paige, Mercy River, Scott Krippayne, Zac Love, Patch Crowe, Hailey Anderson, and Beyond 5.

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Swan Princess

 Animated Feature Includes Songs by Tyler Castleton

Prolific songwriter, music producer, and arranger, Tyler Castleton, is well-known for his contributions to contemporary LDS music, but his musical versatility may be more of a well-kept secret. Tyler is an accomplished film and television scorer, whose credits include work for the LDS Church, PBS Television, and National Geographic.  And now his original compositions, including the title track, can be heard in the newly released animated film “Swan Princess – Princess Tomorrow, Pirate Today” from Sony Pictures Entertainment! 

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The Music of Tyler Castleton

You’ve heard his songs for two decades, but you may not have known that songwriter, arranger, and producer, Tyler Castleton, was the man behind the music. This seventeen-track collection album includes some of Tyler’s most requested songs as well as a few new offerings performed by Tyler himself. Hear about this retrospective album from one of the most prolific writers in the LDS music industry — When I Can’t Speak: The Music of Tyler Castleton — in a Cricket and Seagull interview with Steven Kapp Perry.

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EFY 2015 Sheet Music Now Available!

The much-anticipated sheet music from 2015’s EFY album “Here Am I” is available for download. Co-produced by Tyler Castleton and Russ Dixon, and featuring songs co-written by David Archuleta and Stephanie Mabey, this album is solid! All twelve songs are available for individual purchase, along with the entire songbook.

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“When I Can’t Speak” Sheet Music

Download the sheet music for When I Can’t Speak — The Music of Tyler Castleton. “I don’t necessarily sing, but I feel like music is kind of the way I express myself, and it gives me an opportunity to really talk about the things that mean the most to me that sometimes I can’t say. Music has always been a great tool to both bring the Spirit into my own life and to hopefully bring it into the lives of others–by writing songs and putting things on paper that invite reflection on what is most important.” -Tyler

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Check out our collection of Performance Tracks!

Don’t have an accompanist? Want a more professional sound? Purchase and instantly download professional performance tracks of your favorite Tyler Castleton songs. Includes our newest release, When I Sing.

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Beyond 5 Cover of Katy Perry’s “Unconditionally” Available on iTunes!

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A Note from Tyler

 

The Song Remembers When …

Late last night I was driving home from my office, flipping through radio stations (does anyone listen to the radio anymore??) when I landed on an 80’s station as the song “The Way It Is” by Bruce Hornsby started playing.  Instantly I was taken back more than 20 years, to a place and time I haven’t thought about in forever.  I was a carefree 16 year-old in small-town Idaho, driving my dad’s old green Ford pickup, racing home on a deserted country road at midnight, hoping desperately to make my curfew.

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