Tyler Hilton is a singer/songwriter and actor from Palm Springs, California, who began releasing his brand of indie rock/pop music in 2000. Hilton caught his break when he placed a phone call to the Mark & Brian show on KLOS radio station during which he sang a cappella for the hosts and was subsequently invited to perform at the station's Christmas concert. He earned a contract with Maverick Records and released his debut album The Tracks of Tyler Hilton, in 2004. Several of Hilton's tracks were featured on the the CW series One Tree Hill, which he appeared on for a 29-episode stint from 2004-2007. He also won the role of a young Elvis Presley in the 2005 Academy Award-winning film Walk the Line, and covered two Elvis songs for the soundtrack, "Milk Cow Blues" and "That's Alright." Hilton released his third studio album Forget The Storm, in 2012.