Tickets are on sale for what will be a special night of music with singer songwriter Kyle Lionhart – performing at The Imperial Hotel Eumundi on Saturday 23 September, as part of his ‘The Silence of You’ Regional Tour – Part 2’. He will be supported by Malia Stirling on the night.
Kyle has amassed more than 60 million streams to date and has enjoyed sold-out headline shows across Australia, also playing festivals such as Splendour In The Grass and Bluesfest and opening for Xavier Rudd, Foy Vance, and Niall Horan.
Musically, Kyle’s sound has raised comparisons to the likes of Ben Harper and Matt Corby. His honest and poetic songwriting explores relationships of love, death, friendships and the often harsh realities around them.
Kyle first honed his craft and built an extremely loyal fanbase busking on the streets of his hometown Byron Bay. His self-released 2015 debut EP ‘Keep In Mind’ sold more than 10,000 copies. His music and reputation soon spread around the world thanks to the enthusiastic reviews of impressed tourists, and it wasn’t long before record labels noticed the young busker.
Kyle signed to Ivy League Records in 2016 and a year later released his second EP ‘Eleven & Two’, generating more than 10 million streams and leading to a sold-out national Australian tour, and a European tour with Xavier Rudd.
In 2019 Kyle released his acclaimed debut album ‘Too Young’, featuring streaming hits Sorry I’m Gone (feat. Emily Reid), Holding On and So Close. 2020 revealed standalone singles Beautiful Life, Dream It Right and a stunning cover of the Cranberries’ classic, Dreams.
2022 saw Kyle release his latest album ‘Silence of You’, which he spent the better part of three years making. with extensive accompanying tour dates across the country. It features singles Chemical Heart, Lighthouse and Babe, It’s Just You and I.
The Eumundi performance promises to be a wholesome and captivating evening of story-telling and sing-alongs, with Kyle bringing his beloved soul/folk anthems along with some new gems from ‘The Silence of You’.
“Each show will be a beautiful night of storytelling, an honest reflection on life as we live it, a deep intimate insight into my writing and some good old singalongs” says Kyle.
Supporting Kyle in Eumundi is singer songwriter Malia Stirling. With influences such as Missy Higgins, Joni Mitchell and Kate-Miller Heidke, Malia gives emotive performances of original music and beloved Australian songs. Following the release of her debut music video Kaleidoscope earlier this year, Malia has continued to release heartfelt, dynamic originals Including Rabbit Hole and While the World Moves On.
Doors open at 7.30pm. 18+ event.
TICKETS: $35 pre-sale (+ booking fee) through Oztix and $40 at the door