Raised in Kingwood, TX, just outside of Houston, Gary grew up the youngest of six children in a very musically charged family. Gary’s father, who passed when Gary had just turned a year old, was a country/bluegrass performer for years, and his mother sang and performed in theatre. Gary’s life took a dramatic change at the age of 13, when Gary’s 19 year old vivacious, free-spirited brother, was diagnosed with Leukemia. He passed just months later. After that, life took on a whole new meaning for Gary. It shook him into the realization that life is too short and too precious to be taken for granted. Gary then made a vow to follow his heart and cherish each moment to the fullest. This passion for life later became the basis of the title track of his debut CD, aptly entitled “Livin”. When Gary was a senior in high school, his mother gave him his father’s guitar. Making good on a promise to his mother that he would attend college and earn a degree, Gary attended the University of North Texas in Denton where he majored in Marketing and Sociology. Music took precedence over academia, however, but after six years of college (no, he is not a doctor!) Gary earned his degree. Gary has a relentless passion for performing, and his unorthodox connection with the audience, leaves an undeniable mark on all who see him play.
Gary has released three studio albums: Livin, Turn this Life Around, and Texas Strong. He has had 4 singles charting in the top 30 on the Texas Charts. His title cut to his newest record “Texas Strong” is the theme song for the popular TV show Lone Star Roads with Justin Frazell. Gary is always writing new material and he is working on his fourth record. He has found a new love for producing and artist development and has been producing and writing for several other artists. If you haven’t seen a Gary Kyle show then you need to find out when he is in your area and mark it on your calendar! With a band second to none and an incredible energy on stage good times will be had by all.
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Gary Kyle and The No Standard... has a show on 08/30/2016 at 08:00 PM @ Flips Patio... in Fort Worth, TX reverbnation.com/q/6phmbp #concert
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Houston peeps.....we will be at Masone's Saloon off Huffmeister this Saturday!!!
About 3 months ago from Gary Kyle's Twitter via Twitter for iPhone
Grapevine Tx @loveandwarintx tonight!!!! pic.twitter.com/AEGzMIUJHT
20 hours ago
So much love!!! Can't put it into words. God writes the directions of life on our hearts. It's our decision to listen or not. There is an innate ability to raise kids at the same time learning every day how to do it better. We have fallen into times of letting our children raise us, dictate our schedules, and revolving all our time around them. This is a huge problem...this causes self entitlement, lack of self worth, and honestly a true confusion of "self". Parents make your kids do chores, make them say yes ma'am/sir and no ma'am/sir, discipline them, make them listen (don't keep repeating yourself....once is enough), teach them to say please and thank you (and mean it), make them try new things whether they want to or not. Kids need to succeed but they also need to fail.....LET YOUR KIDS FAIL sometimes! Quit rescuing them. They are smarter, tougher, and more resilient than we give them credit for, but they won't learn that if you don't let them. PARENTS NEED TO BE PARENTS AND NOT FRIENDS!! ...
2 days ago
Private gig at the Ford Center today! Wow!! ...
Come on friends!!!!! ...
3 days ago
LAST FLIPS SHOW OF THE YEAR!! Come hang one last time! Gonna be beautiful weather for the patio!! 6613 Fossil Bluff Dr, Fort Worth, TX 76137 ...
5 days ago
Christians on the fence???? By: Dr. James DobsonWhen I first heard that Trump (DT) was entering the race last year, I told my wife that perhaps it was a good thing for the party and America. I knew that he was not a "saint," but I thought that he would be like a bull in a china shop. He is a disrupter and I believe America could use a fresh thinker especially in the political arena. I didn't think he would get the nomination, but that he would shake up politics as usual. I was correct on the shaking up!Lance Wallnau likens him to a biblical Cyrus. Someone who is dynamically used of God even though not perceived by many as a God follower. God has used many people in history that I would probably not like or agree with. I’m not sure I would have liked all the disciples, or David, or Moses. Somehow, God did not seem compelled to consult with me on His choices!I have always admired Winston Churchill. He is seen as one of the greatest national leaders in the 20th century. Last year, I had the privilege of going through the War Museum in London. Winston is a key feature. His life is controversial. He was not always celebrated as a great leader. He was a bombastic, cigar smoking, at times crude, even misogynistic leader. It is alleged that he told off color stories to his children before bedtime! A woman once told him he was disgustingly drunk. His response was "My dear, you are disgustingly ugly, but tomorrow I shall be sober and you will still be ugly!"There are many websites that discuss the outlandish comments and activities of this great world leader. But, he had exactly what was needed to stop Hitler at the Channel, to rouse a nation to never give up and to partner with America to find final victory in Europe. You probably wouldn't want him as your pastor, maybe not even your father, but he was the right leader for that moment in England's history. Such a brazen man that would go up to the roof of his quarters in central London and smoke cigars as Hitler’s air force bombed all around him. I’m not sure I would have voted for him.... but he was the right man!I think it would be awesome to have a righteous leader, one that understood the intricacies of the economy, health care, defense, immigration, with great sensitivity to religious institutions, a heart for the poor, a vision for the future. If that leader was a praying person, formidable in the word of God and loved the local church, I would rejoice! I do not think that is the choice we will have in November.Instead....we will look for someone who is imperfect, yet will fit the times we are living in. Particularly, that ‘whoever’ we vote for, will be someone who might possibly have the opportunity to appoint up to three Supreme Court justices. That could radically shape our culture in America for the next 30 years. The America of our grandchildren could be very different....and that may not be good. We cannot stand on the sidelines. A non-vote is a passive vote for a direction we may very well regret.So...is Donald Trump good for America? I honestly believe that he has been already. He has shaken the political system. Do his comments offend me? At times! Do I agree with all he says? Not at all! But could he be a “Cyrus” being raised up by God to preserve America? Nobody liked Gen. Patton, but he sure WAS an instrument of the United States for the right things.This I know. I will vote for the best chance for America. I will pray for our leaders as I have already. In the end - God will continue to be my source and my hope. I do believe that God has had a hand in America's history. I hope and pray that He will also have a saving hand in America’s future.I shudder when I think of the caliber of HILLIARY’S APPOINTEES.GOD help us.There are two ways to be fooled. One is to believe what isn't true; the other is to refuse to believe what is true. ------ End of Forwarded Message ...
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