Kyle Daniel~ “Mama D’s Beef Tips & Noodles” Recipe!!!

What you’ll need:
  • 1 package of wide egg noodles
  • 3 packages of au jus gravy mix
  • 9 cups of hot water
  • 3 medium onions cut into 1/4 or smaller
  • 1 1/2 TBS of cornstarch
  • Several pounds of sirloin steak tips (usually 3-4 lbs). Trim fat and cut into 1” cubes
In a large stock pot: Combine
  • 3 packages of au jus gravy mix and 9 cups of hot water, whisk together until dissolved
  • 3 medium onions cut into 1/4 or smaller
  • Sirloin steak tips
*Add all ingredients to the stock pot with the gravy mix. Add a few drops of cooking oil and bring to a boil. Reduce temperature to low and let this cook for several hours until the meat is tender. 
*After the meat is cooked and tender, mix 1 1/2 TBS of cornstarch in a 1/2 cup of water to thicken and slowly stir. If it gets too thick, add more water until the desired thickness is reached. 
*In a separate pot, cook wide egg noodles as directed on package until tender.
*You can serve over the noodles or add the noddles to the beef mixture and serve with mashed potatoes. 

Kyle Daniel~ “Q&A”!!!

Kyle-1.jpg1.    Hi Kyle, can you tell me a little bit about yourself, before you started your country music career.
Before music took my world by storm, I was heavily involved in baseball. As a kid, I was on every traveling baseball team I could play on, pretty much all year long. I used to eat, sleep and breathe it. I’ll pass by a park, or go see a major league game and start reminiscing from time to time. I sure do miss it, but I wouldn’t trade my guitar strings for that baseball glove ever again.
2.    How did you become a country music fan and when did you know you wanted a career in it?
My Dad used to watch CMT before bed when I was a kid, and it was always something that was just kind of in the background. Maybe subconsciously I grew to love it because it was so familiar to my childhood. I think I knew that I really wanted to pursue a career in country music specifically, when I got the honor of playing on the Grand Ole Opry with Casey James. It was an absolutely surreal moment in my life, and hands down the most memorable gig I have played. 
3.    Who are some of your musical icons?
My hero will always be Gregg Allman. He really shaped who I am as an overall musician, at an early age. I feel like I went to the “Eat A Peach Songwriters Camp” because I religiously studied the Allman Brothers. Something about his approach, his growling vocal melodies and vivid lyrics just drew me in and wouldn’t let go. I am also a fan of Jason Isbell, Chris Stapleton, Brent Cobb and Chris Robinson. 
4.    What is the story behind your song “Hangover Town?”
Well there is no direct story, per-say. It is more-so about the life of a touring musician. My life. It’s really easy to catch a hangover out on the road, but it can be really difficult to find love. This song kind of outlines that type of lifestyle and the trials that go with it. 
5.    Is there anything new coming up with your music for the rest of 2018?
There are lots of “new” things coming up, but you’re gonna just have to wait and see what all we get into this year. We are really excited to get out on the road and play all of the new material out live. 
6.    Where do you see your music career in the next 5 to 10 years?
Hopefully I am still recording songs that I can tour with and continue to travel the world playing music.
7.    If you could sing a duet with a famous singer or group who would it be and why?
I would absolutely LOVE to do a duet or sing a song with Grace Potter! She is fierce, and I think we’d be a dynamic little duo.
8.    What is one of your favorite quotes?
“I love being alive and I will be the best man I possibly can. I will take love wherever I find it and offer it to everyone who will take it. . . seek knowledge from those wiser and teach those who wish to learn from me.” – Duane Allman
9.    Is there anything else you would like to share?
I’d like to thank all of my friends, family and fans for their continued support! It would not be possible to do what I do without each and every one of you, and I cannot thank you enough!

Kyle Daniel~ “Artist Spotlight”!!


Kyle Daniel is a country singer/songwriter and is from Bowling Green, Kentucky. As a child Daniel grew up listening to legend southern rockers like Gregg Allman. Some of his favorite singers today are Chris Stapleton, Jason Isbell and Brett Cobb.

When he was sixteen years old, Daniel won the Southern Kentucky Blues Society Blues Challenge. A year later, he was a finalist at the International Blues Challenge in Memphis, TN. He has also made a name for himself in Music City and also was name “Nashville’s Best Guitarist” at the 102.9 Buzz Rock Awards.

After many years of being happy just writing songs and playing a backup role for some of the top performers in music, Daniel discovered his own voice and saw he had his own story to tell. Daniel had also been an opening act for country artists like Anderson East, Casey James, Clare Dunn and Jericho Woods.

Daniel’s self-debut EP came out on March 30, 2018. This five song EP is an intimate look at his life over the past two years. The songs share stories about life, love and the ability to do. The songs are written from personal emotions and life changing events. The EP is available both on Spotify and iTunes. If you would like to find out more about Kyle Daniel then check out


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