Kyle Park will make a stop at Hurricane Harry’s on October 7 while on his newest tour through the south. Opening for Kyle Park will be Mike and the Moonpies and it will definitely be an evening of country music any fan will want to be part of.
Kyle Park began his career playing country venues at the age of fifteen. Since then, he and his music have done some growing. His singles regularly find themselves in the Top 10 of the country music charts and he has opened for many legendary country artists such as George Strait, Gary Allan, and Clint Black.
The Austin native, hailing from Lake Travis, has been a well-known Texas Country name for awhile now, releasing his first full length album titled “Big Time” in November of 2005. His most recent album, “The Blue Roof Sessions” released in October of last year and was a different take on the artist’s classic sound.
Park says on his website that as he has grown, he has become more comfortable with who he is as a musician and that is what allows him to begin to push the envelope more as he begins to write more and more music.
Joining Kyle Park will be Mike and the Moonpies. The group is also composed of Austin natives, calling themselves the modern face of the outlaw country music movement. The genre is famous for independence and originality within the broad country umbrella. Following that, Mike and the Moonpies manage themselves and produce their own albums as well as writing all of their own music.
After releasing their first EP in March of 2012, the group hasn’t slowed down a bit, adding three full-length albums to their ledger. The most recent of these albums is titled “Mockingbird,” released October of 2015. The album contains 10 brand-new original songs all written by front man Mike Harmeier and gives life to the band’s unique sound.
It’s sure to be an Austin-filled, Texas Country night at Harry’s on October 7, so come out and join the party.
Tickets for the show can be purchased online through the Harry’s website, at Cavenders, Aggieland Outfitters on University, or at the Southern Jewlz Boutique on Harvey. General Admission tickets are $10. Doors will open for the event at 9 pm.