Kyla Silk & Friends to Perform at Putnam Place for the Kyle Robinson Memorial Foundation

SARATOGA SPRINGS – On Saturday, Jan. 21, Kyla Silk & Friends will perform at Putnam Place to benefit the Kyle Robinson Memorial Foundation. The event is meant to create a unique experience of visual art forms, philanthropy, and live music, with human connection being the core essence of the evening. It will also showcase underground talents from all around the Capital Region and Long Island. Michelle Moyer, CEO at Perpetual Vibes Marketing and Management, is co-curating the event.

Kyla Silk is a young professional with a lot to share with the community. You may have heard her single, “Inspiration,” on WEXT or attended one of her performances at The Linda, The Lionheart Pub, Tulip Festival 2022, or you might have just experienced her as a friendly stranger on the street. Her musical sound expands and crosses genres between folk, rock, blues and soul – but the creme de la creme of Kyla’s sound comes from her voice, and more importantly her message. She has been a lead vocalist for Silver Arrow Band since 2019 and has networked through the Northeast with her undying dedication to her craft and humanity. 

Silk is also a co-founder of the Kyle Robinson Memorial Foundation, a not-for-profit organization created to honor the legacy of Kyle Robinson, who was Kyla’s first bandmate and friend in the music program at Saint Rose. Proceeds to this event will be donated to KRMF for their efforts in providing scholarships to college students around the country who aim to break into the music industry. 

Michelle Moyer met Miss Silk at Lark Hall this past June, when she performed a barefoot, solo act. Through this meeting, Kyla Silk made her Putnam Place debut in July of 2022. Kyla’s vision for this specific event has expanded across the board, as she will be hosting, headlining and featuring her friends in creative endeavors of music, visual art and charitable efforts. 

Join us for a night of magic and unlimited possibilities as we enrich and redefine the culture of the Capital Region’s Music Scene.


The event begins at 7 pm (doors open at 6 pm). Tickets are $7 in advance, $10 at the door. To purchase tickets, or for more information, please visit

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