When you first hear Kyle play, you feel like you can sing right along. Even for those new to his music, his songs bring you into a story so engaging you feel like he is speaking to you alone. His lyrics are honest and real, his concerts are inviting and genuine.
At first glance, Kyle Tallman, may seem like the typical singer/songwriter, but to dismiss him as that would be a mistake. This Chattanooga native has so much more to offer. Since the spring of 2003, Kyle has been sharing his music with listeners. Whether it’s a coffee shop or a sold out auditorium, Kyle will play anywhere his voice is willing to be heard. His lyrics are honest and real. His shows are intimate and genuine.
In 2009 he teamed up with his producer and friend, Robert Williams, to record his long awaited EP entitled Courage, which was released that year. Later that year, his song “Please Think Twice” landed him in the finals for the Best Male Soloist category for The Peoples Music Awards based in London. Although he took runner up that year, he was invited to London to perform at the awards. Two years later, his song “Stay” from the Courage EP was nominated for the same award.
Kyle has toured throughout the southeast sharing the stage with such acts like Hanson, Safety Suit, Matt Nathanson, Locksley, Autovaughn, Erin McCarley, Bebo Norman, Drew Holcomb, Matt Wertz, Andy Davis and many more. After couple years, Kyle found himself back in the studio again with producer and friend Stephen Gause (Micah Dalton, Nathan Angelo, Michael Warren, Andrew Ripp). Kyle is currently touring in support of his new record, “Live Like I’m Alive.”