Tyler Wagler has the official release of his latest E.P. “4 Songs” at the Delhi Street Bistro, 64 Delhi Street Guelph on January 15 2015 at 7 p.m. There is no cover. For this show, Tyler will be joined by Thom Hammerton on Keys. Tyler recently joined us in the studio for a feature length conversation about his music. You can listen to that interview again in full here.
For over a decade Tyler Wagler has been a coveted sideman in Canadian folk, roots, reggae and rock music. He has been busy playing guitar, bass and mandolin with artists such as The Human Rights, David Sereda, Friendly Rich and The Lollipop People and many more. Since relocating to Guelph from Toronto, Wagler has performed with such prominent locals as Bry Webb, Tannis Slimmon, Alysha Brilla and Jessy Bell-Smith, as well as releasing two solo EPs and a full length disc with modern jazz trio Hammerton/Wagler/O’Neill. His latest EP, “4 Songs”, is an intimate, stripped down affair, framed by warm double bass, a creaking upright piano and contributions from some of the finest musicians in the folk and indie communities.