Greg Kihn began his profession in his hometown of Baltimore, Maryland, employed in the singer/songwriter mildew, but switched to simple rock and roll & move when he moved to SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA in 1974. The next season, he became among the initial artists agreed upon to Matthew Kaufman’s now-legendary Beserkley Information. Along with Jonathan Richman, Earthquake, as well as the Rubinoos, Kihn helped to carve the label’s audio — melodic pop with a solid ’60s pop sensibility — a relaxing option to the bloated prog rock and roll of that time period. In 1976, after his debut in the compilation Beserkley Chartbusters, he documented his initial album along with his very own band comprising Ronnie Dunbar (electric guitar), STEVE (bass), and Larry Lynch (drums). Through the ’70s, he released an record every year and constructed a solid cult pursuing through continuous touring, getting Beserkley’s biggest vendor. In 1981, he gained his first real hit with the very best 20 one “The Breakup Tune (THEY DON’T REALLY Write ‘Em),” through the Rockihnroll record. He continuing in a far more industrial vein through the ’80s with some pun-titled albums: Kihntinued (1982), Kihnspiracy (1983), Kihntagious (1984), and Resident Kihn (1985). He have scored his biggest strike with 1983’s “Jeopardy” (number 2) through the Kihnspiracy album. Yet another single broke the very best 40, 1985’s “Lucky,” but by enough time Appreciate and Stone premiered in 1986, the puns got run out therefore had the strikes. Kihn kept a comparatively low profile through the entire ’90s, releasing a set of acoustic albums, Mutiny in 1994 and Horror Present in 1996. By enough time Kihn released All of the Right Factors in middle-2000, he was also hosting a favorite radio present on San Jose, California’s KUFX-FM. Kihn was also a released author, launching his initial novel, Horror Present, in 1996; he created five more books between 1998 and 2015, and edited a series, Carved in Rock and roll: Short Tales by Music artists, that included stories by Ray Davies, Pete Townshend, and Joan Jett, amongst others. Kihn came back to music in 2017, liberating a new recording fittingly entitled Rekihndled.