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Make or Break Me Kyle Park

Make or Break Me Kyle Park

cdcover_kyle_parkBy D’ANDRÉ Hillman

From the song’s wailing guitar, drum tempo and passionate voice, listeners may be awestruck by Kyle Park’s unorthodox style of country music with a collective influence of rock.

Collaborating rock with a country blend creates a neo-country that will capture the attention of his fans and new country listeners on his new release Make Or Break Me.

The album’s rock rhythm complements the country melodies but can be dominating in some songs like “I Love Her for a Million Reasons.”

“Years ago, I would have never thought I would record something this heavy, but I absolutely love this song now,” Park said in a press release.

Not to worry, Park delivers original, Southern country music that will satisfy fans. “I Think You’re in Love,” “All Night” and “Leavin’ Stephenville,” which he co-wrote with Ryan Beaver, gives listeners those heart-aching and love-making elements that help make country music.

With six new songs and nine others from his spring and fall EPs, “Make Or Break Me” begins the album with a strong guitar opening and convincing lyrics he spills to a woman he loves.

Park’s Make Or Break Me album released Sept. 20 with 15 songs he wrote and co-wrote including the album’s title song, which Park made a video for in Austin.

With his first video and a song that stayed on the Top 25 on Texas radio charts for months, Park continues to be successful with his music.

Park now performs more than 175 shows a year, including in France and Germany. He does many performances and openings for Clint Black, Tracy Lawrence, Mark Chesnutt and a few others.

Emotion, zeal and distinction are the three best reasons to buy Make Or Break Me.

Park delivers compelling lyrics and talent to his album that is sure to suit listeners.

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