The Attic presents

Kyle Cook with Special Guest Paul McDonald

Friday May 3, 2019 Door 7:30 PM / Show 8:30 PM 21+
The Attic Livingston, Montana
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About the Artist

Kyle Cook

www.kylecookmusic.com
www.openroadmusicgroup.com/kylecook

For two decades, Kyle Cook spent the bulk of his musical life as the lead guitarist of matchbox twenty. He co-wrote some of the songs and invented many of the instrumental riffs that have become distinguishing parts in such radio staples as “Real World,” “Unwell” and “Bent.” But plenty of his creative persona was held in check as he collaborated in a team effort.

With Wolves, his solo debut, Cook invests so much of himself in the project that a discerning listener can get a good idea of who the guitar player really is. He’s a studied musician with an all-American Midwestern background, a guy who has a penchant for classic rock with just enough classical training to make him dangerous, and an adult whose experiences with the cycle of love and loss are extraordinarily familiar.

Paul McDonald

www.thepaulmcdonald.com
www.openroadmusicgroup.com/paulmcdonald

Paul McDonald’s forthcoming debut full-length album “Modern Hearts” is a testimony of self-destruction and salvation. Billboard describes it as "a beautiful journey of of artistic and personal growth". An album bursting with anthemic hooks, majestically texted alt-rock, tinges of Southern soul, literate introspection, and profound redemption.

The 14-track body of work that represents a full-spectrum of emotions, from soulful and sorrowful tracks, to invigorating new-life anthems, to meditative mid-tempo numbers. Produced by Jordan Lehning (Rayland Baxter, Robert Ellis, Andrew Combs), McDonald enlisted an all star cast of musicians like Ian Fitchuk (James Bay, Kacey Musgraves, Jake Bugg), Todd Lombardo (Nial Horan, Lera Lynn) and Lincoln Parish (Cage the Elephant) to help shape his narrative. Each song, forged of equal parts of the singer/songwriter’s confessionalism & rock and roll irreverence, is brought to life by lifting arrangements and refined vocal delivery. “Making this album saved my life. Darkness is a beautiful gift. It introduced me to new layers of myself and gave me a brand new perspective, but I'm happy to be out of it. The light feels pretty good these days.”

About the Venue

The Attic

The Attic is a purpose-built entertainment venue designed and constructed with the upmost attention to detail. Blending and preserving the 1800?s with contemporary design for the sole purpose of creating an environment that is pleasing to the eye and most importantly acoustically correct. Our goal is to create an environment that is conducive to the art of music the way it should be experienced.

110 N Main St
Livingston, Montana, 59047