Kentucky singer-songwriter Kyle Daniel has released his debut self-titled EP.
The 5-track release was co-written by Daniel and it’s a personal insight into his life experiences. The EP was produced by Daniel and recorded at Welcome to 1979 Studios in Nashville.
Talking about the EP Daniel said, “Sometimes emotions are so strong, they must be written about and vocalized to be felt. My main reason behind writing this record: to be honest. This is an inside look at my life over the past few years. From life to love, to the crippling sting of heartbreak, these songs are a part of my soul. I’ve not only written these songs, I’ve lived them.”
The lead track from the EP is Hangover Town, which was written by Daniel along with Josh Mitcham.
Daniel grew up listening to iconic southern rockers like Gregg Allman and he has been inspired by contemporary artists such as Chris Stapleton, Jason Isbell and Brent Cobb.
Aged 16 Daniel won the Southern Kentucky Blues Society Blues Challenge. He was a finalist at the International Blues Challenge in Memphis a year later and earned the title of Nashville’s Best Guitarist at the 102.9 Buzz Rock Awards.
The Kyle Daniel EP track listing is:
1. Hangover Town (Kyle Daniel and Josh Mitcham)
2. Keep On Rollin’ (Kyle Daniel, Seth Rentfrow, and Bart Allmand)
3. Ain’t No Difference – Feat. Brent Cobb (Kyle Daniel and Brent Cobb)
4. Halfway To Your Heart (Kyle Daniel and Jason Graumlich)
5. That Somebody Ain’t Me (Kyle Daniel and Seth Rentfrow)