“One of the main contemporary purveyors of standards on the pop landscape.” – L.A. Times
Grammy-winning vocalist Steve Tyrell has achieved incredible success throughout his four decades in the music business, with hits such as “The Way You Look Tonight” and “The Simple Life” earning him an international following. Tyrell has set the standard for interpreting the Great American Songbook, with all nine of his American Standards albums achieving top 10 status on Billboard’s Jazz charts. Still selling out shows, he continues to perform pop, swing and jazz tunes that highlight his polished performing style.
Known for his interpretations of The Great American Songbook, Steve Tyrell has enjoyed a multi-faceted, several-decade career in which many of his solo albums have reached the Top Five on the Billboard Jazz Albums chart. His career has included performing with symphony orchestras all across America; penning the No. 1 pop hit “How Do You Talk To An Angel;” and his version of “The Way You Look Tonight” being featured in the 1991 film “Father of the Bride.”
Outside of his own recordings and performances, Tyrell has produced artists including B.J. Thomas, Rod Stewart, Diana Ross, Bonnie Raitt, Linda Ronstadt, Aaron Neville, Dolly Parton, Chris Botti, Stevie Wonder and Ray Charles.
Tyrell has also worked as a music supervisor for films by Steven Spielberg, Steven Soderbergh, Nancy Meyers and Charles Shyer.