Kyle Lehning, Engineer
Kyle Lehning -is acknowleged as one of
the industry's top producers and engineers. He's been
Randy Travis' producer from the very beginning, and won
the CMA Song of the Year with "Three Wooden Crosses".
From "I'd Really Love To See You Tonight",
After making his way to Nashville, Kyle
Lehning quickly established himself as a top engineer,
working with Waylon Jennings, Kinky Friedman and the Texas
Jewboys, and Jimmy Buffett. His ability to shape the projects
he worked on led to Kyles move into production. His first
hit as a producer was the England Dan and John Ford Coley
smash "I'd Really Love To See You Tonight" .
He's also worked with Neal McCoy, George
Jones, Bryan White, and Michelle Wright and Ronnie Milsap,
Lehning also helped create a string of
country hits for Dan Seals, including the number one records
"Everything That Glitters Is Not Gold" and "Bop."
In the mid-80s Lehning began working
with Randy Travis, and their last effort, "Rise And
Shine" won the 2003 Best Country Gospel Album Grammy
and yielded the number one hit "Three Wooden Crosses."