“It's My Life” is an album of 12 very well thought out songs providing enjoyment for every listener. Bobby Kyle’s mentors and heroes would be proud to know that the torch has been passed to a very deserving, well respected blues man, who continues to perform and travel far and wide to educate audiences of all ages to the music that he loves - THE BLUES - Highly Recommended!
Michael Cloeren - Founder & Producer Pocono Blues Festival/Pennsylvania Blues Festival
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"Bobby Kyle ... released his debut recording “After The Storm” in October of ‘97. Guest artists included Kirkland, Copeland and Copeland’s daughter, a young background vocalist, named Shemekia.
Kyle appeared at The Pennsylvania Blues Festival in both 2015 and 2016. On Friday night he and The Administers helped to open the festivities by performing with Shemekia as she recreated many of her father’s songs.
(On) It’s My Life, Kyle has written six new songs including the absolutely fabulous “Lost and Found” featuring (Laron) Land on the soprano sax. “Tell me what happened where did we go wrong…when I get my feet back on the ground, I’ll see you in the lost and found…three sides to the story, his, hers and the truth…”
On this highly recommended recording he is at his very best." Richard Ludmerer - Making A Scene
"Bobby Kyle has earned his way to this release, as it was many years in the making. In Blues Heaven, Bobby's mentors are smiling. They know that he learned his blues well. This fine effort proves that, like them, he now belongs at center stage." Jim Hynes - Elmore Magazine
Reflections In Blue "From start to finish, "It's My Life" is a masterpiece that deserves a place alongside the great masters of the past. Kyle and the band are deeply rooted in the blues, its diverse styles, its remarkable history, and its place in the making of contemporary music what it is today. This one is deserving of a Blues Music Award, at the very least. The blues is in capable hands." Bill Wilson - Reflections in Blue
donandsherylsbluesblog "Bobby has one of those “well-worn” vocal styles that leans more toward the Springsteen side of the register, and it serves this material well. Check out the Memphis flavor of a love affair on the rocks, with a new home—the “Lost And Found,” ... A cool shot of that roots-rock is “Driftwood,” with accordion from our multi-talented friend, Dave Keyes, and Bobby stands up to a demanding lover in the blue-eyed soul of the title cut, ’cause “It’s My Life, baby, and I do as I choose! Bobby Kyle and the Administers have brought a varied and eclectic set to the table with “It’s My Life.” It continues his lifelong ambition to spread the gospel of the blues to fans everywhere!" Don and Sheryl Crow, Nashville Blues Society
"Bobby Kyle's mentors and examples will undoubtedly be proud of what their protégé has achieved on 'It's My Life' solo. Kyle's album is very varied in style and every song, especially very personal. The torch seems to have been passed on to 'It's My Life'. " Eric Schuurmans - ROOTSTIME Magazine, Belgium
What our fans have to say
"Superb blues music: gritty, authentic and played with utmost professionalism and talent. Also a great bunch of guys. See them when you have the chance." Vince - Virginia
"Bobby Kyle is as authentic as it gets. Be it solo or with his band The Administers there is no one better for the blues. Peter - Pennsylvania
"brilliant band, blues with real feeling" Benedetto - Italy