Park Enjoys Shorter CDs

From Amarillo Globe-News on

For Austin-based country singer Kyle Park, releasing several short records was the way to go.

"It's just a way for me to release music faster to the fans," Park said.

"The whole thing of making a 12-song album is that you go in and write for three or four months ... then you go in and record for two months. With us, we tour year-round, and I don't have time to sit down and write 12 songs."

Earlier this year, Park released his first EP, "Spring 2010," which contains only four tracks: "Any Day or Night," "Prove It to You," "I'm Missing You" and "Just a Fake Smile." His next EP, simply named "Fall 2010," was released in late September. The EP's first single, "All Night," recently hit the Billboard charts.

Park will showcase his music at a concert scheduled for 10 p.m. at Midnight Rodeo, 4400 S. Georgia St.

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