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Met dank aan James Freeman.
Kyle Stallons – “Graffiti”
Kyle Stallons grew up singing and playing piano in church in his hometown Aledo, Texas and studied jazz performance in college in Dallas/Ft. Worth. He came to Nashville in 2008 and began playing the honky-tonks and bars on Broadway with artists such as John Michael Montgomery, Chuck Wicks, Walker Hayes, Craig Campbell, Russell Dickerson, and Ryan Hurd. In 2013, he was given the opportunity to play keyboards, guitar, and sing backup vocals for Kellie Pickler performing at legendary venues such as the Grand Ole Opry and the Ryman Auditorium as well as appearing on major TV shows The View, Craig Ferguson, Ellen, and the ACA Awards.
After five years performing with Pickler, he embarked on a solo career in 2017 and began traveling the world as part of numerous USO Tours in Afghanistan, Turkey, Switzerland, Spain, Italy, and Australia. Performing for the troops had a profound impact on Stallons inspiring and motivating him to release his debut EP Heaven on Wheels with producer Kellen McGregor (Memphis May Fire.) His new video “Graffiti” was beautifully shot by Shawn Worlow and features Kyle playing a piano from Dickson, TN that he painted himself. “Graffiti” is a bittersweet reminder about how when people come into our lives they leave behind a part of them long after they are gone.