Tyra Juliette is a soul singer originally from NYC. After attending The High School of Performing Arts in Manhattan, she began working with the most respected musicians in NYC at the young age of 17 years old. She began touring and recording demos and jingles regularly. After moving to Los Angeles in 2007 her career took off and she quickly became one of the top session/touring vocalists in the music industry.

Her voice has taken her around the world many times. As a background vocalist she has shared stages with Keith Urban, Nile Rodgers and Chic, Demi Lovato, Pharrell, Kid Rock, Jeff Lynne, Ed Sheeran, Puddle of Mudd, Sam Moore, AI, Paloma Faith, Rita Ora, David Paich, Angelique Kidjo, The Roots and Jon Bon Jovi. Tyra has also toured as the headlining artist in various countries, performing at festivals and music venues in the US, UK and Europe. She is the writer and vocalist of the international dance hit "Nite Time" that spent weeks at #1 on the dance charts in Spain and Germany. Tyra has also appeared on the long running soap opera General Hospital as a featured actress and performer, and has sung background vocals on The Voice and America's Got Talent, where she is currently the section leader in the house band for the shows 11th season. Recently, Tyra has performed at the 57th Grammy Awards with legend Jeff Lynne, Electric Light Orchestra and Ed Sheeran, and at The Oscar Awards with Rita Ora. She was also the section leader and arranger for the BGV's for Rita Ora's performance at The Oscars.