Tyler Haché is a singer-songwriter from Berry Mills, New Brunswick. His debut album, Silent (2015), reached #7 on the iTunes Singer/Songwriter chart and was awarded the Music/Musique NB “Solo Recording of the Year.” In 2016, Haché had an original song placed in Magnolia’s Dollhouse, a short film that played at Festival de Cannes, and was the “CBC Searchlight Regional Champion.” Tyler has been fortunate enough to have opened for artists such as Hey Rosetta!, Leif Vollebekk, and David Myles, to name a few.
In 2017, Haché took a break from performing live to focus on his writing and academics. While studying English at Mount Allison University, Tyler began travelling to Nashville every four months where he has collaborated with bands such as Hootie & the Blow Fish and other established musicians. Tyler continues to work with Nashville producer Andrew Petroff in preparation for the release of a new project.
Haché was awarded the “2018 Hazel Steeves Prize in Creative Writing.” His poetry has been published in The Nashwaak Review, Atlantic International Studies Journal, Atlantic Canadian Poets’ Archive, and elsewhere. Having now graduated from Mount Allison University with a Bachelor of Arts (English Honours), Tyler is pursuing a Master’s of Arts in the Field of Creative Writing at the University of Toronto.
“Tyler is a fantastic young songwriter who has incredible promise. I was pleasantly surprised by his writing instincts along with his very distinctive voice”
Louis Thomas – Sonic Entertainment Group
“The Hulking Stove” published in Atlantic Canadian Poets’ Archive. Read Tyler’s poem and interview here: http://www.stu-acpa.com/wording-around-blog/interview-with-tyler-hache#thehulkingstove
“Strato Chief,” “Fly Fishing on the Kennebecasis,” and “August Fishing” published in Volume 40/41 of The Nashwaak Review: https://www.stu.ca/english/the-nashwaak-review/
“Bears of the Vanishing Fence,” “Nocturnal Bear,” and “People Watchers” published in Volume 14 of Atlantic International Studies Journal
“Bear of Three Legs” and “Family Vacation at 22” published in Volume 25 of 7 Mondays
“Street Hockey” and “Cime Aventures” published in Volume 24 of 7 Mondays
Check out Tyler’s May 2019 interview with the Times & Transcript: “N.B.’s ‘Unwillingness to Be Defined’ Inspires Singer-Songwriter”: https://tj.news/story/100925037?ref=linkShare
News & Shows
August 7 2019
Here is my interview with Atlantic Canadian Poets’ Archive
May 8 2019
Here is my interview with Times & Transcript
March 3 2019
Presented a series of poems at the Annual Atlantic Undergraduate English Conference at St. Thomas University in Fredericton, N.B.
February 10 2019
Three of my poems were accepted for publication in Volume 14 of Atlantic International Studies Journal
January 17 2019
Two of my poems were accepted for publication in Volume 25 of 7 Mondays
May 18 2018
I was awarded the “2018 Hazel Steeves Prize in Creative Writing”
May 16 2018
Three of my poems were accepted for publication in The Nashwaak Review
March 2 2018
Presented a series of poems at the Annual Atlantic Undergraduate English Conference at Mount Saint Vincent University in Halifax, N.S.
January 28 2018
Two of my poems were accepted for publication in Volume 24 of 7 Mondays
Tyler currently has no upcoming shows. He is pursuing a Masters of Arts in the Field of Creative Writing at the University of Toronto. While focusing primarily on his studies, Hache continues to travel to Nashville for co-writing sessions.