Tim Kinsella

Born 22 October 1974.


Tim Kinsella (born October 22, 1974) is a musician from Chicago, Illinois. He has been a part of many bands including Cap'n Jazz, The Sky Corvair, Joan of Arc, Owls, Friend/Enemy, Everyoned, and Make Believe. He has worked with a variety of musicians including Marvin Tate, Leroy Bach, Angel Olsen, and many more. He has also recorded solo material, some of which under a pluralized name: Tim Kinsella(s).

Tim Kinsella is a musician by trade known for his eccentric voice and also bartends at Rainbo in Chicago; Tim's brother Mike Kinsella refers to Tim's bartending in the song "Breaking Away" on the Owen EP. He is also the writer/director of the feature film Orchard Vale, which opened in the Chicago Underground Film Festival on August 15, 2007. His first novel, entitled The Karaoke Singer's Guide to Self-Defense, was released by Featherproof Books on September 27, 2011.

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