Originally from the St. Louis metro East region, Kyle Yardley has performed at all the top blues clubs in St. Louis, Missouri and central Illinois. Yardley now resides in Savannah, Georgia and performs regularly up and down the South East coast.
With a harmonica style reminiscent of the early electric Chicago blues, and a voice suited for a deep south juke joint, Yardley has certainly made a name for himself from St. Louis to Savannah.
Yardley released his first EP More to Come … in April 2017, and quickly followed up with his first studio album Juke Joint Boogie in June 2017.
In November 2019, Yardley releases the single Country Girl from his album St. Louis to Savannah, and followed up with the full album release in March 2020.
Yardley’s other notable achievements include winning the 2017 and 2018 overall championship of the Greater Southeastern Harmonica Championships, held annually at the historic Bradford Blues Club in Tallahassee, Florida.
Yardley also won the 2017 overall championship of the Florida Harmonica Championships held annually at the Beachside Tavern in New Smyrna Beach, Florida.