This time, however, it will be an entirely different experience. After more than 25 years in a silent world, Tyle received a cochlear implant that allows him to hear.
Tyle's grandmother, Donna Lynch, says his life hasn't been the same since he had the implant almost a year ago.
"He called me a few Sundays ago from Oregon to say, 'Guess what, grandma? I can now hear your birds singing in my bedroom window,'" she said.
Music has been enjoyable for Tyle, and Coachella became his ultimate destination. Coming from a musical family could explain all of his enthusiasm. His father and grandfather were drummers.
"I still have a beat in my heart for drumming," Tyle said. "I always love seeing the drummers wailing out on the drums."
After losing his hearing at the age of 2 to meningitis, Tyle missed another sound he once loved: his grandmother's music box. After the implant, that too came alive again. Lynch gave Tyle the music box this past Christmas.