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This voice is hot and geared up to lay some sizzling tones across your space so make room! – Karl Strober, Jazz Trends
Ms Tyler is one of the most delightful finds and discoveries in jazz. She is first rate. – London entertainment critic, Maximillien de Lafayette
Well hello! I’m Karmyn Tyler! (a.k.a. Mrs. Cobb!) I may never know how you came to my site, but welcome! :) Here’s a little about me and my page. This is basically my Internet home base. I put links to my music, photography, teaching and acting life. I’m also crazy interested in technology. So much, in fact, that I created a silly podcast in 2006 called “The Karmyn Kast” about my life as an entertainer.
If you are interested in hearing my music you can search for me on Spotify or hear my music on mySpace. You can also buy my music on iTunes or at CDBaby. If acting is why you are here, please view my reel and IMDB page. I’m quite active on social media. Facebook and Twitter are my main hubs, but I’m really starting to enjoy Google+ and Instagram! Oh! And don’t forget my Blog on this site. I’ve been blogging since 2005! (Oye!) ;)
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Karmyn Tyler is a former Miss Louisiana and Talent winner at Miss America. She is an actress, singer/songwriter, voice-over artist, vocal teacher, podcaster, photographer, and digital artist. Karmyn has appeared as a principle talent in numerous national commercials including Applebees, EyeMasters, Lincoln/Mercury and Half-Price Books. She co-starred with country artist Mark Colley in the feature film Alabama Love Story and as Harriet Korda in Lifetime Movie Network’s Inspector Mom with Danica McKellar. Other television credits include an Assistant DA on Boston Legal and intern in Grey’s Anatomy. Most recently she was cast in the film Candles staring “Duke of Hazzard” alum John Schneider set to film 2015 in New Orleans.
Her musical theatre & opera credits include P. Burke in Weird Romance, Sister Mary Leo in Nunsense, Guinevere in Camelot, and Pamina in the Magic Flute. Karmyn attended Centenary College and has two Fine Arts degrees in drama and vocal performance and a Bachelor of Applied Arts & Science from Texas A&M. She recorded her first self-titled album in 2004. The unique arrangement of Gershwin’s Summertime from her first album was nominated for a Grammy award in 2005 and her original song Drifting was nominated for Best Song of the Year in 2006. Karmyn is listed in London entertainment critic, Maximillien de Lafayette’s book World Who’s Who in Jazz, Cabaret, Music and Entertainment.
Karmyn is a member of the Screen Actors Guild, Actors’ Equity, AFTRA, NARAS (Grammys), BMI, and the National Association of Teachers of Singing.
Karmyn was the host and producer of the Karmyn Kast, a Audio/Video Podcast on the Mevio Network for 8 years.
Karmyn and her husband currently live in Manhattan where she continues to perform and teach. She has taught private voice and acting for over 15 years. She is honored to have many professional actors and vocalist in her studio. For more information please visit her studio site: KTVocalStudio.com.