Check out a few of my latest live performances.

Joe Farnwsworth Trio

Django, NYC

September 13th, 7:30pm

Benny Benack Quintet

Smalls, NYC

September 13th, 10:30pm

Roy Hargrove Big Band


September 14th, 8pm

Ulysses Owens Jr. & Gen Y Band

The Bach Dancing & Dynamite Society, Half Moon Bay, California

September 17th, 4:30pm

Tyler Bullock Trio

Room623, NYC

September 22nd, 10pm

Tyler Bullock Trio

Mezzrow, NYC

September 27th, 10:30pm

Roy Hargrove Big Band

Dizzy’s, NYC

October 14th, 7pm

Ulysses Owens Jr. Big Band

Penn Live Arts, Un. of Penn.

October 29th, 7pm


Previous Shows

Eddie Allen Band Clement’s Place, Newark, NJ September 8th, 7:30pm
Roy Hargrove Big Band Jazz Gallery, NYC September 7th, 7:30 & 9pm
Tyler Bullock Trio Mezzrow, NYC August 30th, 10:30pm
Bruce William’s Quartet Dizzy’s, NYC August 24th, 25th, 26th, 11pm
Rot Hargrove Big Band Jazz Gallery, NYC August 3rd, 7:30 & 9:30pm
The Joseph Miller Quartet Dizzy’s, NYC July 20th, 21st, 22nd, 11pm
Joe Farnsforth Quartet Hamptons Jazz Festival July 7th, 6pm
Tyler Bullock Trio featuring Stacy Dilliard The Jazz Gallery, NYC July 6th, 7:30 & 9:30pm
Jeffery Miller Duo The Ned, NYC June 21st, 4pm
Chris Beck Band Cellar Dog, NYC June 19th, 7pm
Tyler Bullock Trio Mezzrow, NYC June 15th, 10:30pm
Jeffrey Miller Quartet The Ned, NYC June 13th, 10pm
Standing on the Corner: Seven Prepared Pianos for the Seven African Powers MoMA PS1, NYC June 2nd & 3rd, 7pm
Roy Hargrove Big Band The Jazz Gallery, NYC June 1st, 7:30 & 9:30pm
Tyler Bullock Quartet Cafe Erzulie, Brooklyn, NY May 31st, 7pm
Ulysses Owens Jr & Gen Y Band Jacksonville Jazz Festival May 27th, 6pm
Rueben Fox Quartet Dizzy's, NYC May 25th & 26th, 11pm
Joe Farnsworth Quartet Smalls, NYC May 22nd, 7:30 & 9:30pm
Curtis Lundy Band Buffalo, NY May 19th, 8pm
Chris Beck Quartet Orthology, NYC May 11th
Tyler Bullock Trio Private Event, Carnegie Hall, NYC May 8th, 8pm
Eric Wyatts Quartet Smalls, NYC May 6th, 10:30pm
Tyler Bullock Trio Brush Culture, Teanneck NJ APril 27th, 8 & 9:30pm
Jason Clotter Quartet Smalls, NYC April 25th, 10:30pm & 12am
Jason Marshall Quartet Django, NYC April 19th, 10:30pm & 1am
Duane Eubanks Quartet Smalls, NYC April 14th & 15th, 7:30 & 9pm
Eric Wyatt Quartet Smalls, NYC April 1st, 10:30pm & 12am
Ulysses Owens Jr. & Generation Y Band Recording Rudy Van Gelder Studios March 13th

Tyler Bullock II is a New York-based pianist, composer, and arranger
making his way into the city’s musical landscape while studying at the
Juilliard School.

Originally from Nashville, Tennessee, Tyler began playing piano at age five and the cello at ten, winning awards in both instruments. He studied classically as he also absorbed the language of Black American roots and soul music.

He was introduced to jazz music in middle school and found that improvisation came naturally to him. When he heard John Coltrane’s Love Supreme, he was enraptured and spiritually engaged. The swing, solace, and lyrical flow of that recording challenged and confirmed his direction; he would step outside the musical bounds of his generation to pursue the distinct yet limitless tradition of improvisation.

Through its unamplified 88 keys, Tyler sees endless possibilities for freedom and musical dedication to form a connection with his audiences. In his music, listeners will hear his deep roots in jazz history that are uniquely his own and a bridge to the future.

Tyler has performed at Carnegie Hall, Dizzy’s Club, Smalls, The Jazz Gallery, Joe’s Pub, Clement’s Place, Keystone Korner in Baltimore, The Newport Jazz Festival, The Montclair Jazz Festival, and The Jamaica Queens Jazz Festival. He has played with Joe Farnsworth, Ray Chew, Ulysses Owens, Jr’s Generation Y Band, The Roy Hargrove Big Band, Eddie Allen Big Band, Phillip Harper, Bruce Williams, Chris Beck, and Jeffrey Miller.

Tyler received national recognition as the jazz piano finalist for the 2022 YoungArts Competition along with a 2021 selection for Carnegie Hall’s National Youth Orchestra for Jazz – directed by Sean Jones – and performed on the big band album now streaming on all major platforms – and a 2020 selection for the Vail Jazz Workshop – under the guidance of legendary jazz bassist and composer John Clayton.

Tyler Bullock’s blend of sensitivity and assertiveness has well-positioned him to draw the attention of jazz fans, new and old.