Author: Dan Reilly
If you're anything like us, music helps you get through the workday. But we're never so lucky as Tim Kasher's friend, who was treated to a live performance of the Cursive frontman's solo cut 'Opening Night' while he printed up tour posters."'Opening Night''s title is lifted from the John Cassavetes film of the same name, about aging artists (though, Gena Rowlands' character is facing the far more difficult obstacles of the aging female actress, while I'm facing ... being a middle-aged mess)," Kasher tells Spinner. "We thought it was fitting to perform the song while our buddy Pat Oakes screen-printed a tour poster."Kasher is currently on the road supporting his first solo album, 'The Game of Monogamy.' At every show, fans can pick up his new seven-song EP, 'Bigamy: More Songs From the Monogamy Sessions,' which is also available digitally. Check out his tour dates here.