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The Good Life + Big Harp

  • Music, Rock and indie
The Good Life
Photograph: Tony BonacciThe Good Life

Time Out says

Tim Kasher made a name for himself in the late-'90s emo scene by maturing the drama of the genre, singing about his marriage and divorce while his peers howled about crushes and adolescent heartbreak. As the frontman of the Good Life, the Nebraskan's take on Middle American indie rock, setting lyrics dealing with emotional topics against rollicking, folk-rock arrangements. Big Harp and See Through Dresses open.


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