Friday, August 9
Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:30 pmThe Signal
$18 - $36
This event is minors under 18 with parent or legal guardian
No refunds - No exceptions. Lineups and times are subject to change. Any ticket suspected of being purchased for the sole purpose of reselling can be canceled at the discretion of The Signal and/or Ticketfly. Valid government-issued photo ID required. Tickets available at the door (if not sold out). Standing room only. No re-entry.https://www.thesignaltn.com/event/1871713/
His musical journey started in 2011 with the release of his first album “Rowdy Reputation”. To follow that up, in the late summer of 2012, he released his second album “Red Wings and Six Strings”, which debuted on the Billboard Country Charts at #30. Each and every song from both of those albums have become nightly sing-a-longs at his shows. Foster’s third album, “Southern Soul”, was released in 2013 and debuted at #11 on the Billboard Country Charts confirming that his popularity was continuing to soar to new heights. His fourth album, “Rhythm and Whiskey”, was released in 2014 and debuted at #4 on the Billboard Country Charts solidifying him as a true power house in the industry. He followed that up with his fifth album, 2016’s “Boots On the Ground”, which gave him his second top 10 debuting album in as many years. It entered the Billboard Country Charts at #7. Later in 2016, he released his 6th album, “Good Country Music”, which debuted at #13 on the Billboard Country Charts. He’s a singer, a songwriter and his own boss. He refuses to let anyone water down his kind of country music. If he lives it, he writes it; if he writes it, he sings it; if he sings it, he believes it. Frank Foster…. a true original.
The Bowling Green, Kentucky-native grew up listening to iconic southern rockers like Gregg Allman and credits him as a lifelong musical influence. Today, he adds Chris Stapleton, Jason Isbell and Brent Cobb to his list of inspirations as well. At the age of sixteen, the young Daniel won the Southern Kentucky Blues Society Blues Challenge. A year later, he was a finalist at the
International Blues Challenge in Memphis, TN. Quickly making a name for himself in Music City, he earned the title of "Nashville's Best Guitarist" at the 102.9 Buzz Rock Awards.
After years of being content writing songs and playing a support role for some of the top names in music, Kyle discovered a voice that had a story of its own. Sharing the stage with artists such as Anderson East, Jimmy Hall, Wet Willie, Casey James, Clare Dunn and Jericho Woods, created a lifetime of memories. However, the future is bright and the spotlight is focused on Kyle Daniel.