Former member of Stanley Marsh 3′s Dynamite Museum, born and raised in The Children of God, Christopher Owens is an American song writer born in 1979.
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[Pitchfork] Christopher Owens, formerly of Girls, has released many self-made YouTube tour diaries over the past several years. His latest, documenting his recent tour in support of his solo debut Lysandre, is a particularly interesting watch. It’s soundtracked by Nina Simone’s exceptionally sad, powerful cover of Janis Ian’s “Stars”, using footage from Owens’ life on […]
Pitchfork by Ryan Dombal Sitting on a couch in bright pink pants and a green blazer, Christopher Owens is talking about the end of Girls. The 33-year-old San Francisco songwriter– one of the most open and honest (and best) of his generation– goes on about the dissolution of his beloved former band, basically uninterrupted, for […]
[The Line of Best Fit] November 30, 2012 By Luke Morgan Britton Girls‘ last record, Father, Son, Holy Ghost, was one of our favourite records of 2011, and it made us pretty bummed out when the group split earlier this year. Luckily, however, Christopher Owens has a new solo album coming and there doesn’t seem […]