Kyle Flandrau, from Dumont, NJ, was singing to his family when he was two years old. By age six he found himself honing his songbird skills before a vocal coach. Sharing a birthday with Elvis Presley fueled his fandom of the singer and his own interest in singing. Kid Kyle sings the urban doo-wopp street corner "juvenile sound" popularized by Frankie Lymon and other assorted 12 or 13 year-olds.
On Labor Day, 2004, Kyle performed before 1000+ people with a male backup group. Kyle's standing ovations elicited the most enormous audience responses of the weekend.