Somewhere on the shores of Lake Travis, just outside of Austin, there’s a house with a blue tile roof.
Truth be told, there may be more than one place that fits that description. If you had hiked up to this one particular place during one particular stretch of days last
year, you’d know you were exactly where you were supposed to be. You could tell by the music. Somewhere inside, 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. “I think my voice makes The Blue Roof Sessions country. No one can say it’s not me. But I’m changing too. The way I felt about music 10 years ago is not the way I feel now. I would have never put these songs on my first record. It would have been way too much of a risk. Now I’m more comfortable with who I am as a musician and as a fan of music. It would be easy for me to keep making the same record over and over and just have fiddle and
steel — a good, clean, nice traditional record. I’m not looking for shock factor, but I am looking to stand out amongst the crowd as far as pushing boundaries.”
Special Guest: Luke Pell
Luke grew up in a small town right in the heart of Texas where he fell in love with country music influenced by George Strait, Garth Brooks, Clint Black, Alabama and many others that contributed to the sound you hear in “Luke’s” music today. This library of country radioinfluences mixed with the lyrical testaments of the roller coaster of life experiences Luke has been through personally produces the unique, transcending, transparent, country music sound you hear in his music. Currently he spends most of his time in Nashville as a songwriter.