Kyote Wylde
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Kyote Wylde

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The best kept secret in music

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To be released February 2007 - Major Label

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Mississippi based KYOTE WYLDE have made a name for themselves in only a short time. They have performed in front of over 100,000 people in the past year playing the college and club scene.

In addition to packing out their own shows, KYOTE WYLDE has shared the stage with numerous high profile and national touring artists. A few of these artists include; John Anderson, Jimmy Wayne, Andy Griggs, David Allen Coe, Cletus T. Judd, Steve Azar, Dierks Bently, Restless Heart, Sammy Kershaw, Aaron Tippin, Bad Company, Confederate Railroad and Jason Aldean.

A few of their own highlights include being the first runner up in the Colgate Country Showdown in 2002, headlining the 2005/2006 Dixie National Rodeo, and being featured on MISS 103 in Jackson, Mississippi. Having come from such strong and demanding backgrounds, you can see why this band is headed for bigger and better things at a rapid pace.

After an introduction from Vicki Love in 2006, the band met record producer Michael Knox (Jason Aldean "HickTown").

"I haven't heard vocals like theirs since Alabama" Knox says. "They really have something special."

KYOTE WYLDE is geared toward two things: entertainment and fun. This is one of those rare groups that love what they do and nowhere is it more evident than in the interaction between the band members. These guys are fun to watch before they hit the first note. When the lights go down and the band hits the stage you can feel the energy building.

All the hard work and endless touring has definitely paid off for KYOTE WYLDE as they continually pack the honky-tonks and roadhouses to capacity all over the southeast. Be sure to catch this band next time they are in your area. It will definitely be worth the price of admission.