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Polished Edge: Kyle Park brings ‘Winter Wonderland’ to fans

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NASHVILLE -- Texas recording artist and Austin native Kyle Park is bringing a Winter Wonderland to fans with the release of his countrified version of the holiday classic. Joined by some of today’s hottest country pickers, Park’s “Winter Wonderland” is up-tempo and decidedly downhome.

“I’ve played this song so many times the traditional way, but I wanted this version to be up-tempo and country,” Park said.

Park is anything but new to the Texas music scene. His debut album was released in 2005, and since then, Park has not slowed down. It’s no coincidence he has developed an audience big enough that his name is now on the back wall at Billy Bob’s Texas, right alongside Pat Green, Blake Shelton, Alabama, Brad Paisley, and Tim McGraw.

Kyle Park’s “Winter Wonderland” is a must download for the holiday season and is now available via, and other select digital retailers.

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