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About Tim Heidecker

Best known for his work as a comedian, writer, and actor, Tim Heidecker also made music a vital part of his career. Growing up in Allentown, Pennsylvania, Heidecker played with several bands, and after his Adult Swim shows with Eric Wareheim -- Tom Goes to the Mayor and Awesome Show, Great Job! -- put him on the map, he began recording and releasing music professionally. Some of Wareheim's collaborations with Tom and Awesome composer Davin Wood appeared on 2008's Awesome Record, Great Songs! and Uncle Muscles Presents Casey and His Brother, which collected music from Awesome Show's first two seasons. The duo began making music outside of the confines of the show as Heidecker & Wood, and celebrated their not-at-all ironic love of soft rock on 2011's Starting from Nowhere and 2013's Some Things Never Stay the Same. In 2013, Heidecker's country-rock band the Yellow River Boys also released the album Urinal St. Station. As a solo artist, he issued Cainthology: Songs in the Key of Cain, an EP inspired by presidential candidate Herman Cain in 2012, as well as a string of Bob Dylan parodies that included "Titanic," a spoof of a song from Dylan's 2012 album Tempest, and "Running Out the Clock," which aped the 1983 album Infidels. Heidecker released In Glendale, his first solo album and most straightforward set of songs yet, in 2016. The following year, Too Dumb for Suicide: Tim Heidecker's Trump Songs gathered his songs about Donald Trump in a compilation that benefited suicide prevention organizations. ~ Heather Phares

Allentown, PA
Feb 3, 1976

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