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Free Download: Kyle Henderson

Kyle Henderson is the next artist in line for Mad City Sessions with a  free show on March 28th @ 6:00pm at Overture Center.

Here's a sample of his work.  "Ring Around Your Finger"

Download it here.

MadCity Sessions evolves from Overture After Work, our popular series of free concerts. In partnership with 105.5 Triple M, Overture Center amplifies local artists through our stunning concert lobby and over the airwaves, giving the artists a wider audience and helping music lovers discover local gems of talent. MadCity Sessions are always free with food and drink available for purchase. Additional support provided by Arts Access Fund, a component fund of the Madison Community Foundation, and contributions to Overture Center for the Arts. Learn how you can help make arts experiences real for hundreds of thousands of people in the greater Madison area at overturecenter.com/contribute.

“Kyle Henderson’s Blue-Eyed Soul is a group of highly skilled musicians who really know how to personalize and perform popular rock, soul, and pop music while interacting with the crowd and getting people out dancing. A band that is not to be missed.”  ~Elizabeth Engen-Brink, The Brink Lounge.



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