Tyler Hamilton (singer)

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This article is about the Canadian singer. For the bicycle racer, see Tyler Hamilton. For the Toronto Star columnist, see Tyler Hamilton (reporter).
Tyler Hamilton
Birth name Tyler Hamilton
Genres Pop, classical
Occupations Singer
Instruments Vocals
Years active 2003–present
Labels Independent label
Website Due Voci's website

Tyler Hamilton is a pop singer best known for placing seventh in the first season of Canadian Idol. He is also a member of the classical music group "Due Voci." The group has recently released their first studio album in June 2010.

Career[edit]

Tyler competed in the first season of Canadian Idol which took place in 2003. He finished in seventh place. After Idol, Tyler met David Foster, who introduced him to American Idol fifth season runner up Katharine McPhee and songwriter Diane Warren, who would eventually start Tyler's classical music group "Due Voci."[1] He partnered up with singer-songwriter Kelly Levesque and made their first album, Due Voci, which released in the summer of 2010. Tyler is currently the first Canadian Idol contestant to have an album chart in one of the major US Billboard charts.[2]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Year Album Peak
CAN US US
Class
US
Heat
2010 Due Voci 4 11
"—" denotes the album didn't chart.

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