Kyle will be coming to Longview on May 1 to play Graham Central Station.
Beggin’ For More is the Texas singer/songwriter’s fourth album in a self-made career in which Park served as both the artist and the record label. He earned his first No. 1 single in the middle of recording the album, when “The Night Is Young” topped the Texas radio charts, and he naturally heard fans begging for more music.
The new album also finds him covering more creative turf. Beggin’ displays an expansive lyrical bent, ranging from the playful Internet-age commentary of “Tagged” to the introspective spirituality of “You Make Me Believe.” Stylistically, Beggin’ contains more traditional country than he’s inserted on an album before, but it also shows him pushing the envelope on several tracks. U2-style guitar sounds and unexpected chord changes populate “The Night Is Young,” and a muscular foundation on “True Love” is part danceable soul music, part Wallflowers’ “One Headlight.”
Roughstock.com says, “There's a sweetness to Kyle Park's voice that helps lend an air of authenticity while clearly being a unique vocal instrument. There's not really anyone who sounds like Kyle Park on the radio and it's a sound that's allowed him to grow into his artistry as a singer.”
And Today’s Country Magazine agrees, “Park has released what is arguably his most solid collection of tunes to date, and although they switch between tempo and infuse different elements to his overall sound, with this album Park seems to have found a signature sound to call his own.”
Through word of mouth built on solid touring, Park has expanded his audience from Texas into the surrounding states and the Midwest. He’s frequently shared stages with the likes of Gary Allan, Jack Ingram and the Eli Young Band. For more info and regular tour updates visit www.kylepark.com.