Tyler Carter Biography

Tyler Carter

Quick Facts Of Tyler Carter

Celebrated Name Tyler Carter
Age 28 Years
Nick Name Tyler
Birth Name Derek Tyler Carter
Birth Date 1991-12-30
Gender Male
Profession Musician
Place Of Birth Habersham County, Georgia
Birth Nation United States
Nationality American
Famous For Former lead vocalist and founding member of metalcore band, Issues.
Ethnicity White
Horoscope Capricorn
Religion Christianity
Career Start Joined metalcore band, A Path Less Traveled in 2008
Sexual Orientation Bisexual
Marital Status Engaged
Husband Trent Morey Leffler
Height Average
Weight Average
Eye Color Brown
Hair Color Black
Source of Wealth Record Sales, Concerts, Tours
Net Worth $3 million

Derek Tyler Carter, popularly known as Tyler Carter is an American singer, songwriter, musician, and record producer. He is best known as the lead vocalist of the metalcore band, Issues. He was one of the founding members of the band. The band has released two EPs and three albums. Carter was removed from the band in September 2020 after allegations of sexual misconduct and grooming against Carter surfaced. He was previously a band member of A Path Les Traveled and Woe, Is Me. He has also pursued a solo career in 2010. As a solo artist, he has released two EPs and one studio album. 

He has also pursued a solo career and has released two EPs and one studio album to date. 

What is Tyler Carter Famous For?

  • Former lead vocalist and founding member of the metalcore band, Issues. 

Where is Tyler Carter From?

Tyler Carter was born on 30 December 1991. His birth name is Derek Tyler Carter. His birth place is in Habersham County, Georgia in the United States. He holds an American nationality. He belongs to white ethnicity. His zodiac sign is Capricorn. Information about his parents and siblings is not available at present.

Carter's interest in music grew at an early age. Initially, he was a drummer for several local bands in Atlanta, Georgia. He later decided to pursue a singing career as well as continued to drum.

Tyler Carter bands

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Tyler Carter Music Career

  • Carter joined the metalcore band A Path Less Traveled in 2008.
  • The band released their debut extended play, From Here On Out in 2009. 
  • Carter left the band in 2009. 
  • In 2009, Carter joined the electronicore band, Woe, Is Me. 
  • The band signed to the Rise Records in the same year. 
  • The band consisted of 7 members. They recorded a three-song demo with producer, Cameron Mizell. 
  • The band then released a studio cover of Kesha's 2009 single, "Tik Tok".  
  • The band released their debut studio album, Number[s] on Velocity Records (a subsidiary of the Rise Records) in August 2010. 
  • Due to the line-up stability issues, Carter left the band in August 2011. 
  • After leaving Woe, Is Me, Carter founded another metalcore group, Issues, along with former Woe, Is Me members. Michael Bohn, Ben Ferris, Cory Ferris, AJ Rebollo, and Case Snedecor had joined the band.
  • They signed a recording deal with the Rise Records. 
  • The Feris brothers left the band early. They were replaced by Tyler "Ty" Acord and Skyler Acord.
  • Issues released their debut EP, Black Diamond in November 2012. 
  • Snedecor left the band in 2013 and was replaced by Josh Manuel. 
  • The band released its debut studio album, Issues in February 2014 on the Rise Records. The album received a positive response.

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  • The band released its second EP, Diamond Dreams in November 2014. 
  • They released their second studio album, Headspace in May 2016. 
  • Carter became the sole vocalist of the band after Bohn left the band in January 2018.
  • The band released its third studio album, Beautiful Oblivion in October 2019. 
  • Their album charted at No. 181 on the US Billboard 200 and No. 31 on the ARIA Digital Album Chart. 
  • The band headlined the Beautiful Oblivion Tour in Europe and North America in 2019. 
  • Carter started his solo career in 2010 when he released a single, "I Hate the Holidays" featuring Mat Musto in December 2010.
  • He released another holiday song, "Make it Snow" in December 2013. 
  • He released his solo debut EP, Leave Your Love in January 2015. 
  • He worked with producers Blackbear, Ty "Scout" Acord, Boogie, and Igloo on his debut EP. 
  • He performed "My House" with American rock band PVRIS at the 2015 Alternative Press Music Awards.
  • He released a studio cover of Adele's 2015 single, "Hello" in December 2015. 
  • Carter and Issues drummer Josh Manuel released a cover of "Pokemon Theme" entitled "Gotta Catch 'Em All" featuring Jacky Vincent in December 2016. 
  • He released a single "Forget You" featuring Lophiile in July 2016, "Pressure" in June 2018, "Focus" in August 2018, "Moonshine" in September 2018. 
  • He released his debut solo studio album, Moonshine in February 2019. He headlined a US tour with Riley in January 2019. 
  • He released his second solo EP, Moonshine Acoustic in June 2020. 
  • He ended his contract with the Rise Records as a solo artist in July 2020. 
  • Following the allegations of sexual misconduct and grooming children, he was removed from the band, Issues. Issues published an official statement on 1 September revealing they had removed Carter from the band. 

Tyler Carter fiance

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Tyler Carter Fiance

Tyer Carter is bisexual. He came out as bisexual in 2015. He is also an outspoken supporter of the LGBTQ community. He is not married but not single. He is engaged to Trent Morey Leffler. Detail information about his personal life will be updated soon. 

Tyler Carter Height

Tyler Carter stands at an average height and he has an average weight. He has an athletic body build. His eye color is brown and his hair color is black. His sexual orientation is bisexual. 

Tyler Carter Net Worth

Tyler Carter earns from his professional career as a musician. He started his music career from local bands. He rose to the music scene after he joined A Path Less Traveled. He left the band to join Woe, Is Me in 2009. He eventually left the band and joined Woe, Is Me. He left Woe, Is Me in 2011 to find his own band, Issues in 2012. He was associated with the band as the lead vocalist until September 2020. He was fired from the band after the allegations of sexual misconduct surfaced. The band had released two EPs and three studio albums until 2019. Besides his music career with Issues, he also pursued a solo career starting in 2010. As a solo artist, he has released two EPs and one studio album. The majority of his income comes from a music career. He earns from record sales, recording contracts, concerts, and tours. His net worth at present is estimated at $3 million. 

Did You Know?

  • He decided to pursue singing from inspiration by the likes of Underoath's Aaron Gillespie.
  • He was featured on 2012 single, "There's No Turning Back" by All Things Will End.
  • He was featured on Hands Like Houses' song, "Lion Skin".
  • He was featured on Jamie's Elsewhere's single, "The Illusionist" in 2014.
  • He featured on MAX's single, "Basement Party" in July 2016.
  • His 2020 single, "Contradiction" collaborated with Japanese musician KSUKE was used as the opening theme for the anime, The God of High School.
  • He also runs an eponymous YouTube channel.