Kyle Puccia's new CD, Identity, is sexy, driving rock theatrics at it's finest. You will savor aggressive, yet melodic vocals with classic rock theatrics with some funk and Latin flavor thrown in for a provocative twist. Kyle Puccia is equal parts Bowie, Prince, and Chris Cornell lightly seasoned with Marc Anthony and a dash of Tom Jones. It's an irresistible recipe that you have to taste to believe. There's just a little something for everyone. Kyle has put it all together in a way that promises to produce hits in several genres and markets. The song 'Idiot' is our bid for a new artist song of the year nomination. The IDENTITY CD is not to be underestimated. This is the most remarkable theatrical rock CD that has been released in a while. Kyle's voice is recognizable, singular, honest and out there -- no one gets in his way. The lyrics are smart. With all his talent, each and every song has it's own energy, or identity, that can relate to all audiences. And when put together, it's a cutting-edge piece of music- a true work of art. Kyle Puccia moved to Los Angeles in 2000, after having worked in NYC and across the United States and Europe as a theatre actor and singer. His love for popular music and desire for a career in this area brought him to LA. A well-respected and highly-effective singing teacher, Kyle recently built his own professional Pro-Tools recording studio and founded PhonoCosmic Studios, a music publishing company, with business partner Phoebe Carter. Kyle Puccia has achieved professional success and now focuses on creative success in LA's music industry. 'Music is who I am. It defines me-and I continue to define myself in the music I write and produce. I want to tell a story, start to finish. I write from personal experience, and I experience my material in a very personal way. I sing out loud and from my soul. My goal is to provoke you. Provoke you to change, provoke you to dance, provoke you to get turned on, provoke you to create, confront, take action. My plan is to give you some of me, my Identity.'