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Hear Kyle Zornes in Greensburg Friday, June 14th

Columbia native Kyle Zornes, son of JD and Ellen Zornes, will perform in Greensburg Friday evening, June 14, 7pmCT, at Longhunter's Tavern, 115 South Public Square.

Kyle is a singer songwriter, hosts Open Mics and plays music venues in the Lexington area. Friday night he will be performing his original songs as well as covers of popular songs.


He spent eleven years as a stage actor/comedian in Chicago, until he realized his true passion was making music. Now, he draws on his love of storytelling and Irish folk music (along with his voice, guitar, and piano) to create an auditory landscape for his listeners.

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Concert Friday features Kyle Zornes



2024-06-11 - Columbia, KY - Photo from family collection.
For the second time in six months, Adair native son Kyle Zornes is booked to perform in Greensburg so friends and family can attend and enjoy his concert. Hear him sing and play original songs he has written.

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