Anthony Kyle Rainer
Kyle was born in Shreveport, Louisiana in the heart of cajun country, but moved to Oklahoma as a child and made his home in Edmond where he lives today. He grew up listening to Rhythm & Blues as well as country music which became his early music influences. Kyle found his voice while playing baseball singing for his teammates on the bus and with their encouragement along with his mother, he took his talent to various music opries in Oklahoma and Texas. By age eighteen, he was asked to join the band, Hearttalk, as their lead vocalist and so began his music career. Kyle spent 10 years with Hearttalk and has shared the stage with artists: Rhett Akins, Junior Brown, Gary Stuart, Doug Supernaw, Little Texas and various others. In 2004, Kyle recorded his first album in Nashville with Harrison House Studios and began pursuing his dream in the music industry. Since Nashville, Kyle has been lead vocalist for several bands and in 2018 decided to move forward as a solo artist. In late 2019, Kyle recorded his first album as a solo artist, “You Don’t Hurt Me” and in January 2022 released his first album, “Barstools and Neon Lights” to the Texas radio charts where it has reached the top 50 in just 8 weeks. Kyle looks to release his next album, “Morning” which he co-wrote with Sherrie Austin and Will Rambeaux later in May and is currently in the recording studio working on his next project to come later this year.