Kyle Daniel, who was named one of Rolling Stone’s “10 New Country Artists to Know” in 2018 has released his a new LP titled “What’s There to Say?”

One song from the album “God Bless America (Damn Rock n Roll)” was filmed in Franklin at the newly opened Mockingbird Theater.

“At our live shows, we’ve been taking the songs off the EP to the next level and dissecting them and seeing parts that we can enhance,” Daniel told Rolling Stone. “And that chorus in ‘God Bless America’ is one of the best sing-along ones we got. It’s a snapshot of the rebellious nature of being an American.”

The Bowling Green, Kentucky native grew up listening to iconic southern rockers like Gregg Allman and credits him as a lifelong musical influence. Chris Stapleton, Jason Isbell, and Brent Cobb are also on his list of inspirations. The musician has several awards to his credit, including winning The Southern Kentucky Blues Society Blues Challenge and The International Blues Challenge. Additionally, Daniel earned the title of “Nashville’s Best Guitarist” at the 102.9 Buzz Rock Awards.

Daniel will be opening for the Marshall Tucker Band on April 19 at War Memorial. Find tickets here. 

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