Kyle Park's forthcoming album, "The Blue Roof Sessions," will be out next month (Oct. 23). Here's an interesting look behind the scenes of the new project. Stay tuned for the second episode and keep reading for more information on the new album and Kyle.
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Kyle Park will release “The Blue Roof Sessions,” his fifth studio album, on Oct. 23. The album was a return-to-roots, if you will, project for Park and his band. On Wednesday Sept. 16, Park returns to Cowboy's in Tyler.
This Wednesday (Sept. 2) Black Water Bride are back at Cowboy's. Come out for a rock-infused country show. And like it is every Wild Texas Wednesday, it's just $5 bucks to get in, plus $1.50 well, wine and long necks, and 50-cent drafts all night long.