There’s no doubt, you belong in a band onstage.
— Katy Perry

Tyce Green is an actor, model, and recording artist who tours regularly and has opened for mega-hit bands: Heart, Air Supply, and Berlin. He is best known for working with legendary Grammy Award-winning songwriter Jim Steinman (Bat Out of Hell, Total Eclipse of the Heart, It’s All Coming Back to Me). His debut album, HERO, is written and co-produced by Steinman. Tyce is the first male vocalist to record with Steinman since Meat Loaf. HERO is currently streaming on Spotify (Warner Bros./ Rhino Records).

Tyce is currently on tour as “Annas” in Jesus Christ Superstar.

In 2018, he was featured in the first round on the brand new Season One of American Idol (ABC), with judges Katy Perry, Lionel Richie, and Luke Bryan.  He has also collaborated with Grammy Award-nominated songwriter Desmond Child (Livin’ On a Prayer, You Give Love a Bad Name)and recently took part in Warrior, a new work written and developed by Grammy-Award winning songwriter Holly Knight (Love is a Battlefield, The Best).

 In 2016, Tyce collaborated with YouTube star Nick Pitera on a special Ariana Grande/ Hamilton mashup of Dangerous Woman/ Burn(single on Spotify, video on YouTube).  He also appears on the 2017 world premiere recording of Monstersongs, a new graphic novel rock album by composer Rob Rokicki (The Lightning Thief: The Percy Jackson Musical).


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Every so often a new artist comes along with a debut album that not only raises eyebrows, but curiosity in that the songs are so perfectly matched with the talent. In TYCE’s case, with the release of his debut album HERO, his voice is perfectly in sync with the celebratory music and lyrics of noted-Meat Loaf-collaborator Jim Steinman.

No ordinary talent would ever dare to record such treasured songs as “Holding Out For A Hero,” “Total Eclipse Of The Heart,” “I’m Gonna’ Love Her For Both Of Us,” and “Braver Than We Are,” without the imprimatur of wordsmith Steinman, who was catapulted to international fame and renown with the debut album from Meat Loaf, Bat Out Of Hell.

Tyce is the first male vocalist to have recorded with Steinman since Meat Loaf. Adds Tyce, “I also fit Jim’s original vision of a young blond, honorable, noble-boy that he first had in mind when he wrote Bat Out Of Hell.” 

Bravely produced and boldly re-imagined by Zak Lloyd (with Tony Heyes as executive producer and Nicky James as producer), with Steinman’s blessing, the album features nine Steinman-tracks, plus seven bonus tracks. Don’t be fooled, these tunes perfectly balance Steinman’s original vigor with a twist of modern.

Tyce, who has long been key player in the Broadway community and recently appeared at last year’s Rockers On Broadway event (performing Boston’s “More Than a Feeling” to a rapturous reception) services Steinman’s work with a bold, fresh take and a passion that immediately demands an audience.

Tyce first met Jim Steinman after honoring him at a special concert in New York City. A surprise performance followed, with Tyce receiving a standing ovation after singing “Bat Out of Hell” in its 9-minute 51-second entirety in the original key: the first time the song was ever officially performed live since the Meat Loaf rendition. From there, it was kismet and a new interpreter of Steinman was born and reborn, for Jim.

Steinman called Tyce’s performance “brilliantly virtuosic!!” and terms Tyce’s performance on the album: “It was like you wrestled with a fire-breathing dragon and came out on top!!!”