Tyler Allen’s run on “American Idol” might have been short, but he says it left him with some good memories -- and some favorites among the remaining contenders, including another singer from Alabama. Allen, who’s from Mobile, was featured prominently in the show’s season premiere. But on...
Viewers didn’t get to hear much from Tyler N. Allen on “American Idol,” but he has promised it won’t be long before fans hear more. Allen, who’s from Mobile, was featured prominently in the show’s season premiere. He dedicated “I Believe in You and Me,” a Four Tops song turned into a hit by Whitney Houston, to his nephew Noah Brown, who died at age 1 in a wreck last year. He moved Katy Perry to tears in the process and won his golden ticket to the Hollywood round.
Tyler Allen’s first appearance on “American Idol” had Katy Perry crying and Luke Bryan and Lionel Richie checking off boxes signifying star potential. Allen got his golden ticket, which means we should see more of him now that Hollywood Week is upon us. As fans look forward to his next performance, it’s also a good time to look back at what made him an “Idol” contender. That means paying a visit to the University of Mobile, a Baptist-affiliated institution with about 2,000 students.
Fans of Mobile’s Tyler Allen may have a tough time reading the omens of his “American Idol” debut: His appearance was undoubtedly successful, but what did that mean on a night when Aretha Franklin’s granddaughter got turned away and someone else got the first-ever “platinum ticket” awarded by judges?
American Idol is back in 2022 with a brand new series! Episode 1 kicks off on February 27th and sees the first round of auditions begin. The likes of Jennifer Hudson, Kelly Clarkson, Adam Lambert and Clay Aiken have found huge success since appearing on American Idol, so the sky really is the limit for contestants auditioning in season 20.
When the 20th season of “American Idol” opens on Sunday, Tyler Allen of Mobile is going to make Katy Perry cry. We know that much from the previews. We know Allen is going to dedicate his audition to Noah Brown, a nephew killed in a wreck when he was one year old, making for an emotional moment. We know Allen is one of four singers with Alabama connections who’ll contend for “Idol” fame this season. Beyond that, there’s a lot we don’t know -- but Allen was happy to fill in a few blanks.
Former Forward Madison Defender Joins FC Tucson ahead of 2022 Season. FC Tucson solidifies its defense ahead of the 2022 season with addition of right back Tyler Allen. The club announced the signing of 23-year-old Allen, who previously played with Forward Madison FC. "I'm really excited to be coming to...
Forward Madison FC has signed 22-year-old winger Tyler Allen, adding an injection of pace to its 2021 roster, according to a press release. Allen, who spent the 2020 season with Reno 1868 of the USL Championship, figures to add a new dynamic to the right side of the Flamingos’ attack.