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Kyle Night - Euphoria
July 2010
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Calgary rock singer-guitarist Kyle Night was born into a life of music but on his debut album "Euphoria", it’s clear he was born after the era of greatest influence to him, the anthemic style of arena rock.
“My biggest period of inspiration is the late 70's,” says Kyle, who is 25. “ That's when Boston, Van Halen and Foreigner all came out with their first records."
Kyle's putting his own spin on the music he grew up with. Produced by Matt DeMatteo (Big Wreck, Mobile, Ashley MacIsaac), Kyle’s whole album has that big arena rock vibe, from the riffing rock of “Natasha” about a captivating siren who can own your soul with one look to “Euphoria” about the drug-like addiction of the right woman; and from the beautiful ballad “Angel” about a delusional guy who wants to bring his make-believe girl into the real world to the fast, up-tempo rocker “Take It Slow,” filled with sexual innuendo.
“That era is subconsciously embedded in my head,” says Kyle. “It comes out naturally. You can hear it in my music.” Kyle's father, Lorn Wolf, a professional touring musician in The East Coast Riders, took his first-born son on the road with him. At age 3, Kyle sang on one of his dad’s recordings, a chip off the old block. At 9, Kyle made a children’s album under the guidance of his dad. “I was already playing guitar by that time, but I got really serious at age 10,” he says.
So this serious kid practiced and practiced until he gave songwriting a shot at age 12. He was already hanging out with the girls, so he had enough subject matter. When his peers went on to college and university, Kyle never thought of following. “Of course not. I can’t do anything else. Not that I can’t, but I won’t,” he says. “I have to do this. I feel like it’s me.”
After graduation, Kyle moved to Nashville and gained experience by playing with his dad. “He had amazing musicians in his band ,Tanya Tucker’s piano player, Randy Travis’s bass player, many borrowed players from the stars. I got to play with lots of professionals and it really helped me.”
He later moved to Vancouver where he played lead guitar and sang backup in an up-and-coming rock act called Fear Zero, before returning to Nashville in 2006 with his own band, Beldens Wall and recording an album. He next joined Canadian Idol finalist Billy Klippert’s backing band, which led him to Matt DeMatteo.
Billy recorded his second record with Matt and told me about him,” says Kyle. “I started doing research on what he had produced and realized that some of my favourite songs and records were done by him, like Big Wreck’s In Loving Memory Of… That’s one of my favorite albums of all time.”
Kyle sent Matt the original demos he had co-written with his dad. “He said I sounded a bit like the singer in Foreigner [Lou Gramm],” recounts Kyle, noting his immediate understanding of where he was coming from musically. Matt then worked with Kyle on those songs, polishing them up.
“I just want them to be great,” says Kyle of co-writing. “I work on phrasing and melody a lot. Those are the things that are really important to me ,and guitar parts, of course, because that’s a big part of what I do. But it’s easy to work with Matt and my dad because they are on the same page as I am.”
Kyle realizes that arena acts are a dying breed and that it might be “tough” for today’s young artists to reach that place, but he believes “It’s just persistence. I just want to make music and build it. I want it to be huge. That’s one of my motivations.”

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