Kyle Dunn is a singer, songwriter, & Nashville recording artist hailing from the "Limestone City", Kingston, Ontario. In the spring of 2015, Kyle was a semi finalist in The CBC Searchlight competition, making it to the 3rd of four rounds, and garnering a growing fan base. To kick off his budding musical career, he released a debut album on August 7th, 2015, entitled City Lights. A sold out album release party for “City Lights” proved to be successful at “The Mansion Kingston” with 160 tickets sold in only 20 minutes. Kyle planned a 2016 follow up recording session in Nashville. In November of 2016, Kyle released a second EP entitled “When the Dust Settles” which also led to his second sold out show of 300 tickets sold at Kingston’s “Overtime Sports Bar.” 2017 was the release of “We Are the North,” gaining exposure from major Canadian social media pages sharing the song. “Everyday Canadian” shared the “We Are The North” music video which grew to over 150,000 views in less than 24 hours on Facebook. “Jean Jacket” reached #78 on the Canadian Country Billboard charts in 2018 and his 2019 release, Can I See You Tonight reached #89. The “Can I See You Tonight” release party sold 500 tickets at “The Ale House Kingston” making it Kyle’s largest headline show. Coming into 2020 was a self booked 20 date tour in support of the new single “Throwin Rays” which has since been canceled due to Covid-19. He has shared the stage with country icons, such as George Canyon, Doc Walker, The Washboard Union, Tebey, Dan Davidson, Emerson Drive & Lee Brice.