Review – Hear Me
Who’s up for some new music? Yesterday, Kyle Sherman released his debut CD called “Hear Me”. I’ve been previewing it for the last few weeks and it is worth the download. With a style all his own, it’s hard to compare Kyle to any current artists. If I had to, I would say that he reminds me of Bebo Norman a little bit. I enjoyed the CD and think you will too. If you’re not familiar with Kyle Sherman, here’s more information:
Fort Worth-based singer-songwriter Kyle Sherman recently signed on as the flagship artist to brand new label RayLynn Records, an opportunity that presented itself during a time period when a record deal wasn’t even on his radar.
“It’s crazy how God works,” Kyle says. ‘Five years ago, I pushed pretty hard to do my own thing as a singer-songwriter, but every well I approached would dry up. It clearly wasn’t the right time.” So Kyle continued on a path of leading worship, taking a full-time role as worship leader at Lifechurch.TV’s Fort Worth campus under the leadership of renowned pastor/author Craig Groeschel.
Just 3-years later Kyle made it back to Nashville, pouring his heart into a microphone at Sony studio with veteran producer and country singer-songwriter Mark Collie making his first album. God is faithful. Hear Me, the result of those sessions, is an eclectic and authentic mix of rootsy, southern soul.
If you’re looking for some new music, give Kyle Sherman’s “Hear Me” a spin. I look forward to more music from Kyle for years to come.