Kyle Everett is a singer/songwriter that began his musical journey in Stillwater, OK. After graduating from Oklahoma State, Kyle moved out to the Texas Panhandle and worked in the cattle business for several years. It was not until then did he buy his first guitar and learn a few chords. After 7 years away from Oklahoma, he heard Stillwater calling his name again. What he saw and heard in the late 90’s amazed and inspired him as he would listen to Mike McClure, Cody Canada, Jason Boland, and Stoney LaRue do their acoustic shows at the infamous Wormy Dog Saloon. It was a wonderful music scene that forged long term friendships and alliances.
Inspired by "The Red Dirt" music scene of Oklahoma that includes the likes of The Great Divide, The Red Dirt Rangers, Jason Boland and The Stragglers, Cross Canadian Ragweed, Bob Childers, No Justice, and Stoney LaRue, Kyle started playing music on "The Strip" in Stillwater, OK like all the previously mentioned artists. In July of 2001 Kyle released his first CD “Water for My Horses”. Jason Boland and The Stragglers, who are now one of the top independent country bands in Texas and Oklahoma, played on and produced the CD for Kyle. The project includes 8 songs written or co-written by Kyle along with two additional never recorded songs. Now based in Fort Worth, Texas Kyle continues to "Spread The Dirt" with his music!