Howard's performance at singing competition is inspirational

Published on Saturday, November 14, 2015

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Tyler Howard

Tyler Howard


Tyler Howard’s appearance in the “Best Singer in the State” didn’t earn him an award. But it earned him a lot respect from judges.

The student, who represented Greer, had a performance that was memorable for his family and friends.

Howard, in the high school division, performed an original song he wrote, “Amnesia” to identify with epilepsy he was diagnosed last year. Howard has "absence seizures" and has lost hours, at times, that he doesn't remember.

Howard, a junior at Greer High School, maintains a 4.12 grade point average and his band, “Remember Tomorrow” have recorded a demo of five of their original songs in the studio.

Howard’s parents are Celina Tobin and Ernest Howard.

See Howard's performance here.





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