When he was three years old, Kyle Coleman was diagnosed with autism. He stopped talking. No one can remember him ever speaking a complete sentence. The only thing that seemed to connect with him was music.
He was able to sing along to his favourite music for a while, but by age six that ended, too, and he remained a virtual mute until his mid-20s.
But that’s when his mom took him for music therapy. Not only did the singing start again, but it wouldn’t stop. And now Kyle has a full album of original material he calls Beyond the Syntax. Check out this sample. It’s…amazing.
This is so f**king good! It’s a f**king hit!
The full story can be found at The Daily Mail.