“Kyle Keller is a singer-songwriter currently based in Gainesville, Florida. After spending a short amount of his childhood in Michigan, he and his family migrated to the small town of Nashville, Georgia. Located in the heart of the Deep South and steeped in everything a young songwriter needs to learn and grow into a prolific story teller and songsmith. Though his musical background and upbringing in music doesn’t necessarily stem from his family, his father was always sharing the old folk music he listened to and unknowingly began guiding him down the path in which he finds himself today. Influential names like John Denver, Bob Dylan, and Townes Van Zandt would go on to spark Kyle’s interest in learning how to construct a quality song. His more modern influence would move on to include songwriters such as Joe Pug, John Moreland, David Ramirez, and Joe Purdy. Once Kyle turned sixteen he picked up an old acoustic guitar and would begin his search for his own stories to tell. Since then, Kyle has been spreading his stories and songs one stage and town at a time. A true blue collar musician, hell bent on doing what he loves and making friends along the way. His sound has been described as “Americana/Folk style with boyish charm and a man’s intensity”.
Eric Bolander’s flavor of Americana/folk music offers soulful vocal tone with thoughtful melodies that have staying power. Lyrically driven by life experiences, Eric’s songs will give you a glimpse into his life and a realization that happiness can be perpetuated through pain.