new record coming soon…

Kyra and Tully ‘Time’

Kyra and Tully on speaker stage in Berlin, Germany

Kyra Walker and Tully Pearson are in the final mixing stages of a brand new fully produced, 11 original songs studio album called ‘Time’.

Kyra and Tully in Berlin, Germany 2019

Kyra and Tully spent time recording on and off between May-October 2019 at the beautiful Leopard Frog Studio in Battersea Ontario, set amid the gorgeous landscape overlooking a serene lakefront and 200 forested acres. The drums were recorded at Kevin Bowers downtown studio in Kingston, ON in late August after the pair returned from traveling around Germany and some surrounding countries.

Kyra and Tully at Leopard Frog Studios 2019
Tully recording on ‘Time’ at Leopard Frog Studio 2019

With awe inspiring natural views from the studio,  the musical husband and wife teamed up again (Kyra and Tully (2006); Far Away (2009); and Wildlife in and out of the City (2010)  with co-producer and engineer extraordinaire Chris Coleman (Nightsun, Nuvt Music).

Tully, Kyra and Chris Coleman at Leopard Frog Studio Battersea, ON 2019
Kyra and Tully at the Berlin Wall 2019
Kyra and Tully at castle in Nuremberg, Germany 2019


Danielle Lennon (violin) and Mara Shaw (cello) recording at Leopard Frog Studio 2019

The trio (in between travels to Europe!) carefully lay down bed tracks (vocals, acoustic guitars and piano) while gradually adding more magic from contributions from talented musician friends to the production including Danielle Lennon (violin); Mara Shaw (cello);

Tim Crease (upright bass) recording at Leopard Frog Studio 2019

Tim Crease (upright bass);

Alex Agustine (guitar, vocals) recording at Leopard Frog Studio 2019
Van Sheen (electric guitar) recording at Leopard Frog Studio 2019



Kevin Bowers (electric guitar) (pic pending); Alex Agustine (guitar, vocals, violin); Van Sheen (electric guitar);

Tim Sheffield (vocals) recording at Leopard Frog Studio 2019

Tim Sheffield (vocals);

Pete Bowers (drums) recording at Kevin Bowers Studio downtown 2019

Pete Bowers and

Oscar Evans (drums) recording at Kevin Bowers studio downtown 2019



Oscar Evans (drums);

Roger James (banjo) at Leopard Frog Studio 2019

Roger James (banjo):

Jason Erb (pianette) recording at Leopard Frog Studio 2019

Jason Erb (pianette);

and Val Hamilton (saxophone) (picture pending).

The all original heartfelt songs on ‘Time’ span over two decades, before married life with child (1990’s) and making and releasing music as a duo (2001 on wards) up to recent times, a couple of the songs were written just weeks before going into the studio.  Kyra and Tully ‘Time’ embraces the sweetest of vocal harmonies and soaring melodies, intricately woven with instrumentation. The lyrics of Kyra and Tully ‘Time’ resonate a love for nature, animals, humanity, infused with a richness and depth of experience that explore both inner and outer landscapes. Time is a transformative journey through a myriad of thoughts and feelings, weather, travels and changing seasons; at once self reflective and world observing.

It’s the love Kyra and Tully wish to share in the gift of their music and it’s present all through “Time” and they are sooo excited to share it with you soon!

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2015 Release: Kyra and Tully ‘Journey Home’
All Kyra and Tully music is available digitally worldwide!

Journey Home

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Journey Home EP Cover Painting by: Mike Bayne

‘Everyone should get to hear this sweet and truthful music.’ — Bruce Cockburn
‘Kyra & Tully’s insidiously hooky songs have a way of sticking with you long after the disc stops spinning’. — Now Magazine (Toronto)

“The EP’s title track “Journey Home” is a proper Canadian folk tune. Using Lake Ontario as the setting for a melancholic song about love, it’s reminiscent of Joni Mitchell’s music— down tempo and melodic, glazed with a tint of sorrow and a feeling of loss.” Grey Owl Point Music Blog (Canada)

“There’s something distinctly Ontarian about Kyra and Tully’s fourth release, Journey Home. Between Kyra’s stunning, Sarah Harmer-esque vocals, the winter weather-inspired lyrics and the laid-back banjo arrangements (and perhaps their history of being featured on CTV’s Degrassi Junior High), this Kingston-based husband-wife duo is Central Canadiana to the core.”  Exclaim!  (Canada) 

photo by David Chang (Lights and Lens)

photo by David Chang (Lights and Lens)
photo by David Chang (Lights and Lens)
photo by David Chang (Lights and Lens)
photo by David Chang (Lens and Lights)
photo by David Chang (Lights and Lens)


photo by David Chang (Lights and Lens)
photo by David Chang (Lights and Lens)








photo by David Chang (Lights and Lens)

photo by David Chang













photo by David Chang (Lights and Lens)









photo by David Chang