The head of music for newyorkfm.digital said that he loved the new single ‘Even If The Church Says Queer Love Is Wrong, I Love You’ from ‘Tyler Flick’ with its personal, introspective, melodic, haunting production and atmospheric vocals, that draw you into the timeless vibe and positive message. Tune in to hear this unique and touching ballad every day and night on the newyorkfm.digital playlist + as a special Powerplay at approx 5:15 PM Eastern USA time for a month or more.
Tyler Flick is a Singer/Songwriter from a musical family, noteworthily the grandchild of Vic Flick who was a part of the 1960’s Rock and Roll British Invasion with his famous guitar playing for the “James Bond Theme Song”, his work with The Beatles, Tom Jones, Petula Clark, and many others.
Tyler grew up in the Los Angeles, California area and is half Mexican on their mother’s side and has French influence from their French stepfather. Their musical family had Tyler learn piano from the young age of 5 to establish a musical foundation. They found that they preferred singing and lyric writing most of all. Tyler Flick is a proud member of the queer (LGBTQIA+) community.
Tyler Flick has also worked in film and has had their documentary work “Homophobia Is Gay” about homophobia/queerphobia on school campuses featured in The Los Angeles Film Festival run by The Los Angeles Times. Their love of art extends to stand up comedy, drawing/painting, and beyond.