comedian, author and singer of the queer folk band Indiana Queen
Kevin James Thornton has been on a very long road. After touring for nearly a decade, his band got one of the last big record deals of the 2000s. Right around the same time, iTunes and Napster were transforming the music industry and his record deal crumbled "Behind The Music" style. Unsure what to do next, he found himself in Los Angeles performing standup comedy. He won New Faces at The Comedy Store and hit the road once again, this time as a comedian. Today he combines comedy, storytelling and music in his live shows and lives with his 3 cats and partner in Nashville. He's also unsure why he wrote this bio in 3rd person.