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A obscure, punk-influenced folk-rocker from Tucson, Arizona, Fish Karma brings a very irreverent and twisted sense of humor to the consistently goofy Teddy in the Sky with Diamonds. Bob Dylan is one of Karma's main influences, but Dylan was never as nutty as Karma. Occasionally, he'll use humor to be thought-provoking. "God Is a Groovy Guy" questions the Judeo-Christian portrayal of God, while "An Artist's Lament" pokes fun at hipsters and slackers who are financially dependent on their parents. But most of the time, the singer/guitarist is content to simply have fun. Whether Karma is ridiculing National Rifle Association members on "God Save the N.R.A." or new age philosophers on "New Age," this is a wildly entertaining CD.


Born: 1988 in Tucson, AZ

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Fish Karma is the name of a one-person folk-rock artist who combines the nasally angst of Violent Femmes with the spaced-out guitar of Frank Zappa. Although the real name of Fish Karma's sole member is still a well-guarded secret, what is known is he began his career at the University of Arizona, where he worked in a comedy troupe until deciding to try out the music industry. After releasing several albums independently, he signed to Triple X in the early '90s. Fish Karma managed to release two albums...
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