As a teenager, Tighe was in many New York Downtown theater productions in the 1990s, where he met Jeff Buckley. Though having had no experience, he was drafted into Buckley's band, with which he toured until the singer's death in 1997. He wrote the riff for the song "So Real" for Jeff Buckley, and co-wrote "Vancouver", "Dream Brother", "Moodswing Whiskey" "Demon John" and "The Sky Is a Landfill".
- Michael Tighe (2000-05-05). "Jeff Buckley You and I". Huntingbears. Retrieved 2007-09-28.
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