Tatiana Lyne grew up in Beverly Farms, MA the second of four kids. Born into a musical family, she was exposed to a wide range of music always playing in the house. Her parents noticed her musicality when she first started singing her A,B,Cs. She loved all types of music growing up but found herself most drawn to lyrics. Studying the lyrics on the inside of a CD case was like magic to her. She started writing her own songs almost as early as she started writing in general. It was one of her favorite activities on playdates to make up a song and dance. When Tatiana was in the 5th grade to her surprise she received the role of Josephine in her 5th grade play, H.M.S Pinafore. It was then that she realized her love for the stage.
When she was 13 she picked up a guitar for the first time and loved how the music made her lyrics come to life. At the same time she was listening to Taylor Swift's first album and using it as inspiration for her songs. She loved being able to express herself through her songs and soon found she couldn't go a day without writing in one way or another. By the time Tatiana was 16 she started performing her original music at benefit concerts, farmers markets and talent shows. Soon after her first few performances she formed an acoustic band with Misha Berkrot and John Houston called 24 Strings. Together they performed throughout the rest of their high school years and won a battle of the bands.
She found success in her original writing and performing at Stetson University where she won a poetry contest and a talent competition. Pairing her songwriting with an education in philosophy, she felt endlessly inspired and continued to write constantly. She also found inspiration studying abroad in the Uk and then again in Spain. While at Stetson she got the chance to record with Cape Wave Records, Ritch Records, and other various artists. One of her favorite parts of performing in college was having her friends learn the words to her songs and sing them back to her at student events or other local venues.
Post college she spent a year experimenting with electronic music. In this time she performed in the Boston area at various venues such as the Middle East, Top of the Hub, the Hasty Pudding Club and the Provincetown II. Since then she has been getting back to her acoustic roots performing at Loretta's Last Call, Cape Ann Brewing Company, Breaking Grounds Cafe and The Indo Pub. She will be releasing new music in October 2018.