Kyle Yardley is a Savannah blues artist and harmonica player. Yardley's influences include Little Walter, Albert King, Howlin' Wolf, and many others. Originally from Evansville, IN, Yardley made a name for himself in St. Louis, MO before moving to Savannah in 2017. He has since performed with fellow Savannah artists Ray Lundy of Bottles & Cans, Jon Lee Murphy, and Hitman, among others. Yardley released his first EP More to Come ... in 2017, and quickly followed up with his first studio album Juke Joint Boogie later that year.
Also in 2017, Yardley won the "Overall Championship" of the Florida Harmonica Championships held annually at the Beachside Tavern in New Smyrna Beach, FL, as well as the Greater Southeastern Harmonica Championships, held annually at the historic Bradford Blues Club in Tallahassee, FL; and repeated as the overall champion of the latter in 2018. In March 2020, Yardley released his second studio album entitled St. Louis to Savannah.