Kyle Veyzey
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Kyle Veyzey

Chickamauga, Georgia, United States | SELF

Chickamauga, Georgia, United States | SELF
Band Country Bluegrass


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Still working on that hot first release.


Feeling a bit camera shy


From the time he could talk, Kyle Veyzey has been a businessman.

“I’ve always wanted my own business. I remember when I was in first grade, I told all my friends and family I was starting a security service like my dad’s. Which was funny because my Dad worked for the FBI,” says Kyle.

Dreaming is easy; living is hard. And Kyle Veyzey knows first hand the reality of hard living. Having gone through five different types of cancer, a diagnosis of severe ADD, OCD, and Tourettes Syndrome, a brain tumor, and not only, but two strokes before the age of sixteen, Kyle has hard a hard life- period. But instead of living in sorrow and giving up, he has taken his obstacles and used them to his advantage.

“People are always encouraged by my story. And I love talking about myself,” jokes Kyle. “What’s great is that I have been given opportunities to sing and tell my story that I probably wouldn’t have if I didn’t have such a cool story to tell.”

Kyle has always had a dream of being a professional musician. He put his dream to use in 2006 after moving to Chickamauga, Georgia, just a few hours outside of Nashville, by going to a studio in Nashville and recording songs for the first time that he had written. After hearing Kyle sing, Brian Eckert, owner of the studio Kyle recorded at, and co-owner of Verge Nashville, an Independent Management Company, Booking Agency, Legal Firm, and Publishing Company, told Kyle he had a lot of potential and offered him an internship with Verge Nashville.

“I learned more in that six months than I could have ever learned in four years at Belmont,” Kyle says.

Six months came and went and Kyle was left right where he had started, but with a greater knowledge of the business side of the music industry. Kyle would spend the next four years “paying his dues” playing anywhere anyone would let him.

“I offered 3rd & Lindsey $1000 to let me do one song as an opener and they still said no,” explains Kyle. “Needless to say, I was pretty ticked.”

Kyle would soon realize that his problem was not his talent or style, it was his lack of a band- a band he would find at a festival in Cleveland, Tennessee. Kyle had the idea to start a company that interviewed country artists and wrote articles for magazines to save up money to book a show with a big name Country act. While his article was turned down, it did turn out to help him in another way. After interviewing Bluegrass star Sierra Hull, Kyle attended a festival she was headlining to meet her. It was here he would watch up-and-coming Bluegrass band Mountain Cove (Fox, ESPN, Dollywood). Kyle was so impressed with their talent he offered them a job as his band. They accepted and are currently working on their first single to be recorded in August and September.

Kyle loves philosophy and enjoys tweeting philosophical sayings he thinks of. One of his favorites is a metaphor he uses for his life- “There are no failures only quitters”.

“I have failed many times,” Kyle says, “But God knows I will never quit.”