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Saturday, October 2 • 9:00pm - 9:30pm
Kyle Andrews

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Originally from the southwest suburbs of Chicago, where he managed an ice-cream shop, Kyle moved to Nashville to escape the northern winters and to be surrounded by other musicians. His first official album, Amos in Ohio, was released by Badman Recording Co in 2006. Clearly, he was doing something right, as WXPN (NPR) dubbed the album "instantly memorable… packed with infectious hooks" and praised Kyle's "ear for melody that's as strong as his songwriting ability." The next year, his seven-song EP, Find Love, Let Go, also released by Badman Recording Co., included the single "Get Mad," which was featured as KCRW's Song of the Day.

In 2008, Kyle released Real Blasty on his own label Elephant Lady Records. NPR called it "an upbeat album for sad people who just want to dance." The undeniably charming, catchy single "Sushi" gained Kyle new fans worldwide, especially through its intricate "YouTube mosaic" music video, which has more than 300,000 plays to date.

In addition to the digital single "You Always Make Me Smile," available digitally worldwide on June XX, 2010, Kyle’s five-song EP, KANGAROO will be released later this summer and his full-length album, Robot Learn Love, is due out in early 2011.

Kyle has opened for The Submarines, Josh Rouse and Peter, Bjorn and John, and has toured as part of Ten out of Tenn, a collective of Tennessee non-country musicians. He'll be back on the road this fall, entertaining fans new and old with his high-energy shows that tend to turn into dance parties.

Saturday October 2, 2010 9:00pm - 9:30pm
Exit-In 2208 Elliston Place Nashville, TN 37203

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