Kyle Park and his studio band were rattling the walls with one hard-hitting, crank-it-up song after another. Those who had followed Park these past 10 years or so would recognize his sound -- raw, heartfelt and rooted in the honest-to-God, real country music. But they’d also notice something different -- a tougher edge, a beat that slammed a little harder, guitars that slashed and sliced with a more aggressive attitude. Yes, this was Kyle Park. No doubt about it. Specifically, it was an invigorated Kyle Park, adding a jolt of rock ‘n’ roll intensity to the mixture of Strait, Waylon, Cash, Haggard and more than a dozen other influences that had helped define his unique artistry. The good news was that he was recording all this as it happened. Best of all, it’s coming your way on Park’s new, self-produced album, aptly titled The Blue Roof Sessions, released by Thirty Tigers.
Aaron Copeland grew up in the small Texas town of Corsicana where he learned to play guitar and piano at a young age and quickly began winning competitions. As a teenager, he played honky tonk’s with his dad and brothers. At the age of 20, he secured a position with top draw Casey Donahew Band playing keys, guitar, singing harmony vocals and eventually co-writing songs for the band with band frontman Casey Donahew.
There aren't many singer/song writer, guitar-fiddle-paino-bass and banjo players left in the music business. Especially ones that can entertain and perform on the level that a lifetime in the business has taught Scotty Alexander.