Born in the evening of January 8th 1992, Tyrolin was a stereotypical Capricorn from a young age. At the age of four, she was already writing short stories (extremely short…we’re talking a few words hidden beneath a colouful array of terrible drawings) and songs that shall fortunately never be heard again.

When Tyrolin was nine, she found herself involved in the creative arts. Indulging in choir, dancing, band and public speaking, Tyrolin was slowly becoming more self-assertive and confident as opposed to the quiet, unsure and slightly tubby child she had been up until this point.

Tyrolin starred in a school musical when she was 11, having never really thought much of it, as music did not interest her much, despite being able to play the saxophone and piano.

It was only in year 11 that she decided she did not want to elect Biology for her senior year, so she chose to “wing” Music instead. Surprisingly, she found herself enjoying it and decided to take it (semi) seriously. She wrote several songs, performed at local gigs and in 2011, opened for “Lior”.

When Tyrolin graduated from High School in 2009, she published her first book “Dumb Luck” which is distributed through 28,000 stores across the globe. She has written seven other books and is in the process of publishing them.

Tyrolin then began to work with composers in America who would help produce her songs. The sound engineer she works with is the very same man who worked with the one and only Michael Jackson.

Tyrolin has been in the Top 25 of the Australian Songwriters Association for two consecutive years, and in 2013, her song Mask was a finalist in the Musicoz Australian Independent Artists. In 2014, Tyrolin was awarded an Australia Day Award for the Glen Johnston Memorial – Music.

Tyrolin also likes to write in third person when writing a biography.


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  1. Dear Tyrolin,

    I hope that I’ve caught you at a good time, and my apologies if you do not like receiving unsolicited e-mail from radio promoters. You’re probably getting hundreds of them right now. I was able to sample your music upon the recommendation of one of our young staffers, and I was impressed by what I heard. I would like to add, specifically, that my favorite is “Mask.” My name is Harry Watters, and I’m a radio promoter for the Los Angeles-based firm Wavelength (http://www.wavelengthradiopromotion.com). I will keep this as short as possible to be respectful of your time. If you have the time and interest, I’d like to see if you would be interested in acquiring radio airplay.

    One of the big differences between us and other radio promotion firms is that we only work with artists whose music that we actually like. We listened to your tracks online, and we’re interested in working with you. We’ve been able to successfully place unsigned and independent artists onto FM radio stations throughout the U.S. Our clients High Brow and the Shades, Stormcellar, Kristen Castro, and Cassie Ballou, Sr., are now being played alongside the Eagles, John Mayer, and Aerosmith on FM radio stations. These accomplishments are detailed in the News and Reviews section of our site.

    Here at Wavelength we promote independent and unsigned artists to FM radio stations throughout the U.S. We spend hours promoting songs to program directors. We then track how much airplay they’re receiving and summarize the results for you in easy-to-read updates. The names of the radio stations are listed as well as the cities and states that they broadcast from. It’s actually hard work but it’s a passion of ours. We do national and regional campaigns at fairly affordable prices.

    Would you be interested in looking at our rate sheet?

    Legendary guitarist Steve Lukather of Toto recently wrote about us on his website:


    Let me know if you are interested and if you have any questions as well. I can e-mail you our prices if you’d like to see them. Thank you, and I hope to hear back from you.

    Harry Watters | Radio Promoter & Publicist

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