Kyle Hollingsworth (of The String Cheese Incident) shares new song "Carnival"

Article Contributed by Big Hassle Media | Published on Friday, April 5, 2024

Kyle Hollingsworth is thrilled to share a brand new song “Carnival” - out now via SCI Fidelity Records. “I wrote this one recently, based on a piano melody I was playing around with. The lyrics speak to the ‘carnival’ lifestyle many traveling musicians live.  This is also definitely a nod to my life with The String Cheese Incident,” says Hollingsworth of the new track.  “Carnival” will be part of a future solo album from Kyle Hollingsworth.

The Kyle Hollingsworth Band will play a special show in Denver on April 13th at Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom along with the band Neighbor. Hollingworth will round out April with shows in Girdwood, Alaska, at Alyeska Resort and Nectar Lounge in Seattle, WA.

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Kyle Hollingsworth Band on Tour

4/13 Cervantes' Masterpiece Ballroom - Denver, CO - with Neighbor

4/25-26 Alyeska Resort - Anchorage, AK

4/27 Nectar Lounge - Seattle, WA

About Kyle Hollingsworth

Decades ago, Kyle Hollingsworth set out on a music career. With a wealth of desire and an abundance of ability, Hollingsworth has established himself as a formidable and versatile music talent deftly able to contribute, collaborate, compose, and communicate on several levels and within a vast spectrum of musical environments. Today, as a member of acclaimed jam masters The String Cheese Incident, Hollingsworth is revered by both peers and fans for his ability to write and perform in a mosaic of styles, from rock to classical, ragtime to bebop. Playing in SCI has allowed him unrestricted access to the world of music, and has bestowed on him the kind of fearlessness a composer needs to flirt with such disparate genres. Those who’ve seen SCI know that they can jerk from funk to bluegrass on a chord change. “In the jam world, where there are no set ways of doing things, we’re not afraid to move in and out of genres,” he says, “and because of that, I’ve learned to be creative, not only onstage but in the studio. I can get on board with something pretty quickly. You have to.”