NFL All-Pro, Musician, Philanthropist
Kyle Turley Band
When you see Kyle Turley singing up on stage, you’re seeing the skateboarder and surfer from Southern California and the NFL warrior who battled on the football field. You’re seeing a guy who made good every chance he got – even when it seemed the whole world was against him.
Turley’s first album, Anger Management, bears witness to those times. His songs come from the passion he still feels for the game and its players; but it’s more than just that. His songs are full of raw and intense emotion. They’re real. They’re unapologetic. They tell the story of that warrior who wants to get back to the stadium – but this time with guitars in hand instead of helmets.
The games may change, but Kyle Turley doesn’t. He’s the same guy who fights for injured and retired NFL players, the same guy who writes songs about the bad guys and the heroes. He’s the guy who stands up for what he believes. Kyle Turley’s not going to stop. He doesn’t know how to.
Kyle opened the entire Hank III West Coast Tour playing 25 shows in March/April of 2010. He also opened for Eric Church, Jake Owen, Josh Thompson, Joe Nichols and Kansas.
Anger Management was featured as a “New and Noteworthy” album on iTunes for 3 consecutive weeks and reached #69 on the Country Album Charts. It also made the “Heat Seekers” Billboard Chart twice in 2010.
Kyle and his music have been featured in Time Magazine, Inked Magazine, OK! Magazine and The Wall Street Journal as well as on 60 Minutes, CMT.com, MTVMusic.com, ESPN, ESPN.com, Yahoo! Sports, Scott Ferrall, The Dennis Miller Show, TheBoot.com, Outside the Lines (ESPN), Jim Rome’s “Rome is Burning Show” and The Morency Sports Radio Show.
Released hit single dedicated to the New Orleans Saints titled “My Soul Bleeds Black and Gold.”
His video for his single, “Another Whiskey,” was featured on CMT.com and MTVMusic.com.
Released the single, “We Ride” on Dec. 14th, 2010.