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A Journey in music with Soulful R/B singer TYRA LEVONE on new music

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TYRA LEVONE is a soulful R&B Singer/ Songwriter/ Producer from Washington, DC. Through emotional, honest, and transparent lyrics, her music reflects the struggles of everyday people.

Tyra’s musical roots began as a child singing in church with her father who has always been her biggest inspiration. Her gift of writing is a natural ability to transform every emotion into poems and stories.

Tyra’s singing aspirations began at the age of 10 with a father-daughter duet at her neighborhood church. She continued writing songs, singing, and playing the piano for the church choir.

Tyra’s fusion of old-school Jazz, Gospel, R&B, Blues, and Hip Hop influences produce an eclectic feel-good sound.

She credits her influences to the likes of Gladys Knight, Marvin Gaye, Anita Baker, Stevie Wonder, and Aretha Franklin, just to name a few. 

Tyra has performed at special events with the late legendary Godfather of GoGo, Chuck Brown, Entertainer, Marcus Johnson at Blues Alley, as well as numerous other special events and venuesTyra’s talent for creating custom-written songs for events displays her authentic artistry. Tyra Levone made her mark in the R&B arena in 2015 with the release of her single “If Only I Knew” which expressed her greatest joys and sorrows and the revelation that “nothing lasts forever, all things pass with time.” In 2017 she released her debut album Testimony “A Soul Set Free” and performed amidst a sold-out audience at Bethesda Jazz and Blues. This album hit the charts in a blaze and is still selling in amazing numbers internationally. “Testimony” gives listeners permission and courage to free themselves, but the new album “Chronicles of LIFE”, set to release June 2021, will give her listeners a voice of empowerment to boldly tell their truth.

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