Nashville based record producer Tyler Cain started Cain Productions to help artists and songwriters bring their songs to life with cutting edge record production.
Over the last decade, Cain has worked as a producer, musician, and songwriter with a long list of award winning artists including Big & Rich, Darius Rucker, Billy Currington, Meghan Linsey (NBC's the Voice runner up), Ashley Monroe, and many more. He was recently nominated for a Mark Award by the Production Music Association and his song "Has Anybody Ever Told You" was included on a Grammy nominated "Album of the Year" last year.
With a Nashville based in-house studio, a team of inspired engineers, musicians, and videographers, and an extensive background in production, Cain Productions wants to help you take your project to the next level.
"Life On the Line"- Darius Rucker & Fiona Culley (produced & co-written by Tyler Cain)
"Out of the Black" lyric video (with in studio footage)- Daphne Willis (produced by Tyler Cain)
"Try Harder Than That"- Meghan Linsey feat. Bubba Sparxxx (produced by Tyler Cain)
"Kentucky Dirty"- Laura Bell Bundy (produced by Tyler Cain)
"Tyler Cain is one of the best producers and engineers I have ever worked with in my 13 years in Nashville. He's knowledgeable, creative, easy to work with, positive, and an amazing human. I've worked with him these last 6 months more than anyone else in Nashville. He's my guy."
— Stephen Barker Liles (CMA & ACM Nominated duo Love & Theft)
"Tyler and I have recorded many projects together, and I am still in awe of his unique vision and unparalleled work ethic. Not only is he a savant, who plays multiple instruments and understands every facet of the recording process, but he is equally as humble as he is talented. If you are lucky enough to get to work with him, I highly recommend it!."
— Meghan Linsey (#1 Billboard Artist, CMA & ACM Nominee, NBC's the Voice Runner Up, Big Machine Records)
"Tyler always delivers. He's creative, on time, on spec and super easy to work with. I'd recommend him to anyone wanting a job well done."
— Jennifer Stowe (Warner Chappell Production Music)