Kyle Warren is a piano playing singer-songwriter who is not afraid to rock. Blending elements of rock and country along with acoustic elements of the orchestra, Kyle builds in a dramatic flair to express the song at hand.
Ranging from the rocker “Money Man” to the poignant and orchestral “One More Perfect Moment,” the album “Making It Plain” is a tour de force of songs and feelings that connect to the heart. It is music built note by note and phrase by phrase on real moments in time and turning points in lives that can do nothing less but reveal the inner workings of the person who was driven to write it.
Kyle’s love of music began early on in life and set the tone for how he most wanted to express himself. Growing up in southern California has so much to offer, so many things vying for attention, but it was music and performing that really took hold of him at an early age. Influences came from rock & roll to classical music. The expressions of both, he found, could be powerful to be sure. Beethoven could rattle your cage just as much as Lennon if you listened intently to what both artists were expressing with their music—no matter the span of time that separated them historically. So, the effect on the young boy who looked up to both was profound. As time went by and either composing or performing was the order of the day, he still looked back on those formative times to remember the passion that is needed to make your point of view stand out to the listener.
Along with producer and bassist Jerry Adamowicz and drummer Mike Weiland, Kyle presents songs on “Making It Plain” that either reflect aspects of his own life or recount a real world experience. A history in song that touches on the universal while revealing the personal.