Summer Tour, More MTV and Video Blogs

well summer is in full swing and it's HOT!

I've been keeping busy, writing a ton of new songs and playing as often as possible. This week I kick off a mid summer tour w/ Chimney Choir, who are great, and good friends.The tour is also sponserd by Suburban Home Records and Illegal Petes. So if you live in the front range of Colorado, come to a show and say hi!

In other news, I'll have a song played on MTV's "Teen Mom" this coming Tuesday July 17th. They'll be offering my track, "Life, Love and Pain as a free download, so it's a good chance to snag it if you don't already have the album. Head to to download. I've also been a part of a couple great video blogs, Handsome Lady Records and Ultra 5280. Check out the videos from these fine folks below.

more exciting news coming soon, stay in touch,


Boulder | Denver | CO Springs

Whew! Back from NYC and a great couple of shows at Rockwood Music Hall. Thanks to Will Knox for having me on thursday and to Sue, Gar and Chris and everyone at for our great event on Sat.

Back in CO for a while now and have a couple local shows coming up!

this friday May 11th I'll be at UI Sound Studios in Boulder CO

next sat May 19th I'll be at Swallow Hill in Denver CO

come say hi, it's been awhile!


NYC | MTV | Summer Tour!

Hey everyone, it's been a great spring sofar! Between SXSW, getting a song on season 4 of MTV's 16 & Pregnant, touring the east coast and opening for Brett Dennen I'm feeling pretty hopeful about 2012!

I've got a lot of shows coming up this summer, so take a look and come find me! and be sure to check out the new video!

And...if you're in NYC, come to Rockwood Music Hall stage 2this thursday night for a reunion show with my good friend,Will Knox.


The Road, Brett Dennen and some ocean.

week two on the road, sofar have had a great time visiting old friends and making new ones. thanks to everyone for being so generous and welcoming, and special thanks to my audiences for being so supportive and listening closely!

happy to announce that i'll be at macky auditorium April 28th in Boulder, CO supporting Brett Dennen. get your tickets here.

but before then...come see the final shows of the tour in PA this fri/sat, then back in Denver april 27th!

from the coasts of maine,



Public Radio, 16 & Pregnant, Paste Magazine online and my first tour!

Colorado Public Radio's new station, Open Air just played an in studio i recorded last month with Grant, Ian and Phil. Check it out here! and tune into CPR's Open Air at 1340AM!

Also had a fun mention in Paste Magazine online's a story about musician's college life and whether or not their degrees have served them well. I think I'm the only one in the article who has a degree in music...not sure if thats a bad sign or not...Read all about it here!

I'll have a tune in an upcoming episdoe of MTV's 16 and Pregnant, I'll post more info about it when it airs, but tune into MTV April 3rd to see it live!

Hitting the road on weds in my little 93 Honda for my first ever solo tour! Please take a look at my upcoming shows on the left side of the page and visit me if you live near any of those towns!

thanks as always for the support :)


btw ~ SXSW was CRAZY. and fun. i'm still recovering's a picture from backstage at Lucero, they're awesome!

The Banjo Newsletter

There's a great review of Oh Oh in this month's Banjo Newsletter. I've been a fan of this banjo-centric publication for quite a while so am really happy to be a part of it!

some highlights from the article:

"What makes this record a bit different from many other new acoustic and contemporary folk recordings that include 5-string is, this is excellent 3-finger banjo playing (as opposed to rudimentary frailing or picking or strumming). If you go on YouTube and search for Kyle, you’ll discover that he’s a very competent bluegrass banjo picker, as he demonstrates on a couple of standards. While he uses those banjo techniques on this recording, his music isn't bluegrass, and so his playing isn’t either. Fans of Crooked Still, Nickel Creek, Mumford & Sons and other new acoustic and indie rock bands with banjo will most probably enjoy this, which is well arranged and produced. It features Hauser’s vocals, catchy songs, and banjo playing, which is alternately sensitive and robust, and even thrilling."

check it out in the magazine or read the article online here: