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Vague Angels

About Vague Angels

Prolific songwriter, author, and bandleader Chris Leo (brother of indie luminary Ted Leo) fronted a handful of influential, if marginally popular, underground acts through the '90s and started performing as Vague Angels late in the decade. Initially a collective of musicians that recorded music inspired from Leo's first novel, they eventually became solidified a lineup that included guitarist/keyboardist Gary Keating, drummer Patrick Brennan, and songwriter Young-Ah Kim. Let's Duke It Out at Kilkenny Katz, was issued on Pretty Activity Records in spring 2006, appearing at the same time as Leo's second book.

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Vague Angels

Prolific songwriter, author, and bandleader Chris Leo (brother of indie luminary Ted Leo) fronted a handful of influential, if marginally popular, underground acts through the '90s and started performing as Vague Angels late in the decade. Initially a collective of musicians that recorded music inspired from Leo's first novel, they eventually became solidified a lineup that included guitarist/keyboardist Gary Keating, drummer Patrick Brennan, and songwriter Young-Ah Kim. Let's Duke It Out at Kilkenny Katz, was issued on Pretty Activity Records in spring 2006, appearing at the same time as Leo's second book.

About Vague Angels

Prolific songwriter, author, and bandleader Chris Leo (brother of indie luminary Ted Leo) fronted a handful of influential, if marginally popular, underground acts through the '90s and started performing as Vague Angels late in the decade. Initially a collective of musicians that recorded music inspired from Leo's first novel, they eventually became solidified a lineup that included guitarist/keyboardist Gary Keating, drummer Patrick Brennan, and songwriter Young-Ah Kim. Let's Duke It Out at Kilkenny Katz, was issued on Pretty Activity Records in spring 2006, appearing at the same time as Leo's second book.

About Vague Angels

Prolific songwriter, author, and bandleader Chris Leo (brother of indie luminary Ted Leo) fronted a handful of influential, if marginally popular, underground acts through the '90s and started performing as Vague Angels late in the decade. Initially a collective of musicians that recorded music inspired from Leo's first novel, they eventually became solidified a lineup that included guitarist/keyboardist Gary Keating, drummer Patrick Brennan, and songwriter Young-Ah Kim. Let's Duke It Out at Kilkenny Katz, was issued on Pretty Activity Records in spring 2006, appearing at the same time as Leo's second book.