Named one of Rolling Stone Country’s “10 New Country Artists You Need To Know, Kyle Daniel is a gifted guitarist, singer and songwriter.  Kyle has followed up his 2018 self-titled EP with his second release, titled "What's There To Say?" in March 2019.

Actually, Kyle has a lot to say.  His inaugural five-song EP "is an intimate look at my life over the past two years.  From life to love, lack of love, or the ability to do so, these tracks are written from raw emotions and life-changing experiences," said Daniel about his intensely personal and uncompromising debut release, which has rich hints of Americana, Blues, Country, Soul and Rock.  

The Bowling Green, Kentucky-native grew up listening to iconic southern rockers like Gregg Allman and credits him as a lifelong musical influence. Today, he adds Chris Stapleton, Jason Isbell and Brent Cobb to his list of inspirations as well.

At the age of sixteen, the young Daniel won the Southern Kentucky Blues Society Blues Challenge.  A year later he was a finalist at the International Blues Challenge in Memphis, TN.  Quickly making a name for himself in Music City, he earned the title of "Nashville's Best Guitarist" at the 102.9 Buzz Rock Awards.

After years of being content writing songs and playing a support role for some of the top names in music, Kyle discovered a voice that had a story of its own.  Sharing the stage with artists such as Anderson East, Jimmy Hall, Wet Willie, Casey James, Clare Dunn and Jericho Woods, created a lifetime of memories.  However, the future is bright and the spotlight is focused on Kyle Daniel.

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