Kyle Eastwood

Born May 19, 1968

Kyle Eastwood is an American jazz musician. He studied film at the University of Southern California for two years before embarking on a music career. After becoming a session player in the early '90s and leading his own quartet, he released his first solo album, From There to Here, in 1998. His most recent album, Metropolitan, was released 2 June 2009 by Rendezvous. Eastwood plays acoustic and electric as well as double bass.… Read More

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Learn about the memorable moments in the evolution of Kyle Eastwood.


1968 Birth Kyle Eastwood was born May 19, 1968, the son of actor-director Clint Eastwood and Maggie Johnson. … Read More


1996 28 Years Old Eastwood began playing electric bass in high school, learning R&B, Motown, and reggae tunes by ear. After studying with French bassist Bunny Brunel, he began playing gigs around the New York and Los Angeles areas, eventually forming the Kyle Eastwood Quartet, who contributed to 1996's Eastwood After Hours: Live at Carnegie Hall, a concert saluting Clint Eastwood and his love of jazz. … Read More


1998 30 Years Old Two years later, in 1998, Sony released his first CD, From There to Here, a collection of both jazz standards and original compositions.
2004 36 Years Old After signing with the UK's Candid Records in 2004, Eastwood moved to Dave Koz's label, Rendezvous, which has released his last two albums: 2005's Paris Blue, and 2006's Now. … Read More
2006 38 Years Old He was nominated with music partner Michael Stevens for a 2006 Chicago Film Critics Association Award for Original Score (Letters from Iwo Jima).


2014 46 Years Old 1 More Event
In 2014 Eastwood, along with Matt McGuire, contributed to the score of the documentary Homme Less about homeless photographer Mark Reay. … Read More
2015 47 Years Old …  His new album "Time Pieces" was released in 2015.
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