David Tyson

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David Michael Tyson is a Canadian rock music producer and songwriter. He is best known for co-writing Alannah Myles' 1990 #1 hit "Black Velvet" (with Christopher Ward) and producing her debut album. He also co-wrote 3 hit songs (with Dean McTaggart) from Amanda Marshall's self-titled 1995 debut album.

Tyson has won three Juno Awards for his work, mainly in the 1990s. Most notably he was awarded the "Producer of the Year" in 1991 for his work on Jude Cole's A View from 3rd Street album, and "Songwriter of the Year" for his work with Hall & Oates.

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