Kyle Park Brings REAL Country To Banita Creek Hall [Video]
Texan Kyle Park will be bringing his style of Texas country music to Banita Creek Hall in Nacogdoches tomorrow night! It's a guaranteed great night of fantastic REAL country music. If you aren't familiar with Kyle, let me introduce you.
Kyle Park was born in 1985 in Austin Texas. His influences at a young age were Clint Black, and Chris LeDoux. He picked up the guitar at age 14, wrote his first song, and performed live for the first time one year later. He got a single on the radio in Austin at age 17. Impressed yet? This boy is country to the bone, AND talented! After attending Texas State University in San Marcus, he started a band and hit the road. Kyle released his first album in 2005 entitled, "Big TIme". His latest project is "Beggin' For More", which reached #4 on country iTunes on March 21st, was produced by Kyle himself. iTunes said he had a "fresh sound; traditional country mixed with restless, U2-style guitar sounds and unexpected chord changes." Those are big words for "he's badass!" I've always enjoyed Kyle's music and style, and respected his sticking to his country roots. I'm sure you'll like him too. Check out the video I've included below. It's a tribute to George Strait, from the new album, called "Fit For The King". See ya'll tomorrow night at Banita!