MP3 Kyle Hutton - Small Price To Pay
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: Small Price to Pay is written with a genuine sensitivity that you don’t often find without the trite clichés and manipulative maneuverings heard in other music.
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Kyle Hutton is a Texas born and bred Singer/Songwriter with a talent to create songs and lyrics that hit at the heart of what being from Texas is all about. Kyle is live performances and award winning songs. In the past 10 years his music has landed him on some of the biggest stages across Texas and in the offices of major label executives and publishers in Nashville. Kyle’s debut C/D, "Small Price to Pay", was released mid 1999, his second C/D "Coming Home" was released in March of 2001.
"Small Price" has enjoyed increased popularity through regional retail distribution and airplay on independent and major market stations throughout Texas, the US, and Europe. "Coming Home" has also been well received. In the first weeks of it’s release, it is listed in the top 25 most popular CD’s on https://www.tradebit.com and both singles "Livin’ Here with You"and "Coming Home" reached #15 on the Texas Music Chart. Recently, Kyle’s single release "Boy Down Here in Texas" reached the # 5 spot on the Chart, sitting right amongst major label artists, Pat Green, Blake Shelton, Rick Trevino and Cory Morrow. The song placed #23 on the Texas Music Charts TOP 50 for 2003.
Kyle Hutton is recognized as an up and coming force in the increasingly popular Texas music scene. Kyle is in rotation on stations throughout the US and Europe. Kyle’s music, however, does not only appeal to the Texas crowd. Mainstream, major market radio stations are playing his tunes amidst primarily Nashville lineups. In it’s search for a Texas Artist to sponsor, Wrangler has recognized this wide appeal of Kyle’s music and have added his name to their Wrangler family of artists.
Kyle was privileged to be part of the Texas A&M Bonfire Benefit Concert with Lyle Lovett, Robert Earl Keen and a sold out crowd of 12,000. Kyle was included in the Texas Music showcase sponsored by Shane Media and the Texas Music Chart at the Country Radio Seminar 2001 in Nashville. Hundreds of industry professionals filled the room to hear the music of well-known Texas Country singer/songwriters, Clay Blaker, Cory Morrow, Sonny Burgess, Peter Dawson, Kevin Fowler and Kyle Hutton.
Most recently, Friendswood Development Company, the largest residential developers in the Houston market, picked up a Hutton song, "The Place That’s in Your Heart", as the theme song for their marketing video for their Houston neighborhoods. "The Place That’s in Your Heart" will provide the key tag lines for Friendswood’s marketing thrust for years to come.
Songwriting continues to be Kyle’s first love. Most of his writing is done solo, but collaborations with other songwriters have resulted in unforgettable music experiences. Recent cuts include "Feel Again", produced by veteran Texas musician and Grammy award winning producer Lloyd Maines for Roger Creager’s album "Having Fun All Wrong", and "Some Get Rich" for Creager’s Dualtone release "Long Way to Mexico" . Hutton also wrote and recorded the 10 original songs for his first album "Small Price to Pay". Kyle’s second c/d "Coming Home", another product of Lloyd Maines, includes 9 original written by Hutton, along with 2 cuts co-written with lead guitarist, Ken Reynolds.
When you hear Hutton’s songs you hear a difference. Legendary producer Lloyd Maines (also the father of Natalie Maines of the Dixie Chicks) had this to say about Kyle’s writing, "In my opinion, the best songs are about the truth. Kyle writes songs about the truth." Songs about family, songs about fun, songs about love, songs about loss. You’ll find them all on Hutton’s first 2 studio albums.
Kyle resides on the outskirts of Houston with his wife Tara and sons Brooks, Casen and Carter.
What the Media is saying about Kyle Hutton
"This Kyle Hutton CD definitely deserves a serious listen.......Kyle is a serious writer.......In my opinion, the best songs are about the truth and Kyle writes about the truth......When I heard his song "If I Quit Now" , I knew I wanted to help him with this recording.........Kyle Hutton, yet another Texas treasure. "
".....sheer grit and emotion. Just one listen to Coming Home......and you get the impression he lives by every word he writes and sings. His songs tend to center on.... down-home loving, Texas country living, home and hearth, Jesus and family... he delivers them with endearing earnestness. Plus, his blend of Lone Star country elements (that folk-’n’-rock melange) with the traditional kind (plenty of steel guitar and fiddle here) makes for an honest listening experience. .... there’s something reflective and wistful about the music he makes. "
Dallas Morning News
Kyle Hutton is a remarkable singer/songwriter. He’s a true treasure to the Great State of Texas and the growing list of Texas Singer/Songwriter. Anyone who lives in Smalltown, USA or longs to needs to hear Kyle’s music. His songwriting and smooth delivery certainly puts you in that place. Any and all of Kyle’s music is a must have for
any fan of real country music.
Host of "Live From the Front Porch"
The Wolf 99.5 Dallas, Texas
"Kyle Hutton’s songs speak of what’s in his heart - his family and faith, his love of music and the state of Texas.....he makes a smooth switch from his radio-friendly songs to countrified rock covers and even some gospel."
"Kyle puts across some well penned tunes in great style with good production by Lloyd Maines, making this a winner." Shane Wilder, Program Director Trans-American Broadcasting Corp.
"....written with a genuine sensitivity that you don’t often find without the trite clichés and manipulative maneuverings heard in other music. Rather, both the words and the music are rich and beautiful and also happen to serve as evidence of Kyle Hutton’s personal faith and beliefs without any sort of overstatement. His songs are honest and speak from his heart."
Major performances include..
Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo CocaCola Texas Stage - Two Nights
Gleannloch Farms Annual Family and Music Festival, Spring, TX( headliner)
Fairfield 4th of July Festival. Cypress, TX (headliner)
Hurricane Harry’s College Station with Roger Creager
Midnight Rodeo, Austin with Kevin Sharp
A Festival of Texas Music Benefit ( Performer and MC)
Reliant Stadium - Texan’s Pregame Party
Puffabelly’s in Old Town Spring - Texas Country and Gospel Supper Summer Series - ( Performer and Host)
An Intimate Evening with Radney Foster - Enron Field -(Performer and Host)
Bois d’Arc Bash, Commerce, Texas - Headliner
Hunt County Fair, Greenville, Texas - Headliner
Mardi Gras, Galveston, Texas
River Oaks Music Festival, Houston, Texas
Royal Theater, Archer City, Tex - Late Week Lay Boy Supper Club
Tin Hall with Ricochet
HLS&R CyFair Go Texan Gala , HLS&R Crosby/Huffman Go Texan Dance,
HLS&R Spring Branch Go Texan Gala
Bonfire Benefit Concert - Reed Arena, College Station, Texas - (Opening for Lyle Lovett & Robert Earl Keen)
Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo - Hideout Stage Featured Performer
American Cancer Society Relay for Life , Plainview, Texas -Headliner
Country Day on the Hill Festival - Cedar Hill, Texas - Headliner
Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion - The Woodlands, Texas - Opening for Clay Walker