Ty Segall

Ty Segall

musician

Guest

Band:
Ty Segall – Lead Vocals, Guitar
Mikal Cronin – Bass, Backing Vocals
Ben Boye – Keys, Piano
Emmett Kelly – Guitar, Backing Vocals
Charles Moothart – Drums

Ty Segall on KCRW

Prolific garage rocker Ty Segall has been a welcome addition to the LA music scene.

Ty Segall

Prolific garage rocker Ty Segall has been a welcome addition to the LA music scene.

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

Ty Segall's first release as an Angeleno, Manipulator, garnered rave reviews and for good reason. It's a garage rock masterpiece with elements of glam and psychedelia.

Ty Segall

Ty Segall's first release as an Angeleno, Manipulator, garnered rave reviews and for good reason. It's a garage rock masterpiece with elements of glam and psychedelia.

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

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