David Tyson wrote a string of pop hits throughout the 80s and 90s, many of which he also produced, including cuts by Celine Dion, Joe Cocker, the Pointer Sisters, Donna Summer, Hall & Oates, America, Meatloaf, Anne Murray, Jude Cole, Tina Arena, as well as the #1 Hot 100 international smash and Grammy winner "Black Velvet" by Alannah Myles.
David is a 3-time Juno Award Winner (twice as Songwriter of the Year, and also as Producer of the Year), an 8-time Juno Nominee, a 3-time SOCAN Classics recipient, and a multiple ASCAP Award winner.
The following Tyson songs have been awarded SOCAN CLASSICS joining the list of most performed songs in SOCAN's history:
The following Tyson songs are ASCAP Award winners as the Most Performed Country Songs in the U.S:
David is currently in the studio completing an album for New York based artist Andreja, and is working on writing and producing the debut album for Cassandra Estevez.