Tanner Walle

Tanner Walle

Singer/songwriter Tanner Walle honed his performance chops in Lawrence, KS, a college town located just 30 miles West of Kansas City. There Tanner would share the stage with Wilco, Kelly Clarkson, Sara Bareilles, Neko Case, and Matt Nathanson. It was also in Lawrence where Walle began his recording career, first with his full-length release It Was followed by the sophomore The Future of Tape. After extensive touring, selling out clubs and theaters throughout Kansas and the Midwest, Tanner relocated to New York City in Summer 2007.

Upon arrival in NYC, Tanner immediately joined long-time collaborators Justin Hosek and Mike Cibura, both of Lawrence KS, to continue performing throughout New York and the Northeast. In Spring 2012, and with the help of his dedicated fan base, Tanner held a Kickstarter campaign to acquire the funds necessary to release his third album entitled Shelf Life.

Shelf Life, Tanner’s third album release, represents the hard work and refinement Tanner has cultivated since his move to New York City just five years ago. Throughout the album, Tanner’s glossy vocals drape a clean and progressively folky instrumentation, with stories of love and lust, and the perils of a quarter-life identity.

In late 2012, Tanner begin recording at home his newest EP, and will be self-releasing the new project early 2013.


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