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Get to Know Isaiah Tilson!




Hello Isaiah! Thank you so much for speaking with us today! Thank you so much for the interview, it's an honor. Tell us a bit about your latest projects! What you have in mind for the upcoming year! My latest projects that I've been working on include a couple Singles, EPs, and full-length Albums. All of my multi-track projects are based on concepts that I truly want to come off as a story to each listener. I've been really hustling and grinding in the studio with my team on these projects. I love creating and don't see myself stopping soon. I have planned a few things to be released this next year in 2022. An EP will definitely be released in the beginning of the year. When did you know that you wanted to make music your career? It was about the age of 18 when I knew I wanted to dive fully into music. I had started writing at about the age of 17 and with that full year I loved the way it helped me express myself. At that time I had actually wanted to be a HipHop artist and I did not know how to sing. Over the years I learned new techniques, how to sing, music production, music engineering, and how the business/branding side of my craft worked. I adapted styles and sounds to form my own creative flow of music. I'm very thankful for all the experiences and people I've made friendships with along the way. It has definitely been a wild journey to say the least. If you could open a show for any artist, who would it be and why? If I could open for any artist at a show all-time it would have to be Queen with Freddie Mercury when he was alive. He is my biggest inspiration as a performer and singer. The artist I would love to open for that is still active would have to be the musical artist Logic. He has been a huge inspiration from the very beginning of my career. In my music I've always wanted to make sure that my lyrics were impactful and really meant something to me. That was something that stuck with me from Logic's own music. I've even gotten a chance to see him at his live show before and that was a great experience. I'm a big believer in making sure that a show is an event/performance and Logic does that for his audience. Since you've started performing, what's been your craziest/most exciting experience so far? There are many crazy/exciting situations I've gotten into since performing and I would definitely say my favorites have included last minute or unexpected occurrences. You never know what can happen at a show/performance. I've had people from the crowd jump on stage and try to twerk on me, seen fights breakout in the audience, had my most emotional times of my life during my performance, and much more. I wouldn't ever trade those experiences and I can't wait for more that will come. You were recently on stage at an Alice Cooper event! Can you tell us a bit more about that? Yes, most definitely. I was a part of a competition called 'Proof Is In The Pudding' that Alice Cooper and Alice Cooper's The Solid Rock Teen Center host every year. For a Band and Soloist winner, there is a cash prize and the winners also open up for Alice Cooper at his Christmas Pudding Concert. This was my fourth year being a part of it and I won First Place as a Soloist. I'm extremely grateful I got to be a part of it and I'm super excited to open for Alice on December 4th, 2021. For the competition, it's a great opportunity for all genre musicians ages 12-25 that is hosted in Phoenix, Arizona. What influences your music style and who have been some of your biggest influences? My musical inspirations come from many genres and styles. I love listening to artists who are passionate about what they do and you can tell their work has purpose. To name a few, I feel most inspired by Frank Sinatra(smooth vocals and image), Freddie Mercury(stage presence and vocal range), The Weeknd(high range vocal and dark tone to style/music), J. Cole and Logic(lyrical influences), and Alice Cooper(stage theatrics/props and rock influence). Do you have a go-to karaoke song? Yes, my go-to karaoke song would have to be 'Another One Bites The Dust' by Queen. It's my favorite song of all-time. Who has been your biggest supporter? My biggest supporter has been my lovely fiancee. She has been by my side ever since she was sucked into my crazy world and has helped motivate/support me in the toughest times. Besides her, I am highly grateful for my team who helps make all the "magic" happen. I couldn't do it all by myself. Also a huge shoutout to my mom, as she has been a great supporter of my music. Please let our readers know where they can find you! You can find my music, links to my socials, and a little more about me on my website www.isaiahtilson.com


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