Soulful baritone indie singer songwriter from Lethbridge, AB. I use everything in my power to captivate the audience in any way possible.
Tyson Ray Borsboom is a folk singer songwriter from Lethbridge, AB, Canada. He began singing and experimenting with the acoustic guitar at the age of 16 and soon after started a alternative rock group "Mollys Amigo" (wordplay of Kings of Leon tunes). When the band fell apart shortly after he began focusing on his indie folk style. He now draws most of his inspiration from artists like Ziggy Alberts , Ben Howard, Donovan Woods , and Shakey Graves. Tyson Ray emerged on the local scene with his "Sinner" EP in February 2018. Songs like "Four Years" demonstrate his deep baritone vocals, however "Sinner" and "Caroline" reveal a more imitate, finger picking side to his songwriting.
Heading into a more alternative sound while retaining his folk roots he began to embody old loves such as The National, The Strokes, Foals and Gang of Youths. Tyson Rays new projects have seen him working with Chad Gilmour (The Long War) and Shane Twerdun at "One Song Series" for the live session recording of the new single "Home" recorded in Vancouver, Canada. Shortly after finishing up in Vancouver, Tyson headed right back into the studio with Cottonwood records for his new single off his fourth coming album "Her" to be released in January 2019. Tyson hopes to have his first full length album in Fall of 2019.