Kyle Dillingham

Kyle Dillingham picked up the violin when he was nine, and eight years later, he gave two featured performances at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville. Kyle is now managed by legendary impresario, Jim Halsey, who has guided the careers of many great performers including Roy Clark, The Oak Ridge Boys and James Brown. Read more

Kyle Dillingham Marks Historic Grand Ole Opry Debut Riding Dolly Parton Skateboard Onto Stage

Proud of you brother...you play violin/fiddle with more passion than anyone in history...and the skateboard??? WOW!!! —The Oak Ridge Boys

Kyle Dillingham has made Opry history. His debut tonight, and the first ever to enter and exit on a skateboard. it is my thought that the fiddler blew the roof off the Grand Ole Opry house tonight!" —Bill Cody, Grand Ole Opry Announcer/Host


 

Huge feature story in the Oklahoma Hall of Fame Magazine!

3000 Followers...and growing!

Kyle Dillingham "The Lion Whisperer"

Kyle Dillingham & Horseshoe Road These guys have been thrilling and inspiring audiences since 2005 with their high energy performances, and they are winners of the 2016 Oklahoma Gazette Music Awards for “Best Americana/Folk.”

Get ready for a high energy, uplifting musical experience that blends captivating virtuosity and heartfelt sincerity. This very eclectic Americana band is full of surprises, and the group's passion for music can be seen and felt in every performance.

Upcoming Events

Christmas at SNU featuring Kyle Dillingham
Bethany First Church of the Nazarene, 6789 NW 39th Expy, Bethany, OK
12.02.19
Christmas at SNU featuring Kyle Dillingham
Bethany First Church of the Nazarene, 6789 NW 39th Expy, Bethany, OK
12.03.19
Jingle Bell Jam at the Jazz Lab featuring Kyle Dillingham & Horseshoe Road
UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E 5th St, Edmond, OK
12.10.19

What People Are Saying

Ken Burns and I travel all over the United States. After hearing your performance, we turned to each other and agreed that we had witnessed something amazing.

Paula Kerger, President of PBS


Dillingham can bewitch and conjure a range of emotions from his violin... The music becomes the most intriguing and seductive aspect of the production.

Dillingham's solo performance in Phra Lor at Bangkok's Patravadi Theater.

The Bangkok Post