Kyle McKearney ‘Down-Home’ Album Release

Americana singer-songwriter Kyle McKearney will be celebrating the release of his debut record, Down-Home, with a release show at the legendary King Eddy.

About Kyle McKearney
Kyle McKearney is an accomplished artist and songwriter, ready to take the world on with his debut self-titled Americana project. Born and raised in the small, northern town of Fort St. John, BC (Canada), Kyle was surrounded by family and their love of country and bluegrass music at a young age. His first onstage performance was at the age of five, and he recorded his first album at just seven years old. Kyle and his brother Shade eventually started a band together and their partnership provided an outlet for Kyle to nurture his talents in singing, writing, recording, touring and performing, which developed into a full-time lifestyle, and job. Over the years, Kyle has been a part of a few successful projects that found him co-writing a song with Roger Taylor (of the legendary band Queen), on a national tour with Nick Carter (the Backstreet Boy), two Top 20 CHR/Top 40 hit songs on Canadian commercial radio, a Top 30 at Pop/Hot AC radio, a Top 30 on Active Rock radio, and a Canadian Radio Music Award nomination in 2017 (an incredible feat for an independent artist). Kyle recently spent six months on the road playing guitar and touring across North America with Queen’s production of “We Will Rock You” the musical; his 15th year of touring. He went into the studio to record 20 cover songs (along with professionally shot videos) immediately upon his return home. Kyle is putting out four Volumes of 6-track cover EPs over a 24 week period. More covers coming soon!

Sound production equipment for the King Eddy is provided by PK Sound and Yamaha.

Event Details:

Date: October 01, 2021

Time: 8:00 pm

Price: $30

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