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Horror Show is the title of Greg Kihn's first novel. Appropriately, the concept of the same name is a neo-gothic collection of British Invasion pop/rock and folk-rock, complete with the occasional string and woodwind arrangements. Kihn doesn't limit himself to his own songs, working Ray Davies' "Waterloo Sunset" and the traditional "Come Back Baby" and "Trials, Troubles, Tribulations" into the concept. Though Horror Show never really tells a story, it is one of Kihn's most enjoyable latter-day albums, simply because of the variety of styles and its sense of purpose.


Born: 10 July 1949 in Baltimore, MD

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Greg Kihn began his career in his hometown of Baltimore, Maryland, working in the singer/songwriter mold, but switched to straightforward rock & roll when he moved to San Francisco in 1974. The following year, he became one of the first artists signed to Matthew Kaufman's now-legendary Beserkley Records. Along with Jonathan Richman, Earthquake, and the Rubinoos, Kihn helped to carve the label's sound -- melodic pop with a strong '60s pop sensibility -- a refreshing alternative to the bloated prog...
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