Who is this guy, anyway?
Kyle Donovan is a singer-songwriter based on the Front Range of Colorado.
His 2016 album, The Kindness of Strangers, was inspired by the connection and common bond of humanity that he found touring across the US in 2015. The album's "spare, acoustic, [and] infectious" sound landed Donovan an Honorable Mention at the 2016 Lyons Folks Fest Songwriter Contest and an appearance in American Songwriter Magazine.
Donovan has performed at dozens of music venues and festivals across the country, including Boulder International Film Festival, Rockwood Music Hall, Swallow Hill Music, and eTown Hall. His clear, pure tenor is his signature instrument, and often draws praise from critics:
"With an absolutely astounding vocal range, Miles Wide singer Kyle Donovan sounds like the long lost love-child of Carly Simon and Art Garfunkel. The acoustic instrumentation that supports him is lovely, but over and over Donovan’s voice is what draws all of the attention, and for great reason. It’s beautiful."
- Brian F. Johnson, Marquee Magazine
The songwriter is working on his first solo album and plays in numerous independent projects along the Front Range, including The Constellation Collective and Summerland Sun. Throughout the year, he performs at nearly 100 shows, playing guitar and singing for audiences throughout the glorious state of Colorado and across the country.
Kyle plays in a number of bands along the Front Range of Colorado:
Captured moments during tours from sea to shining sea: