Kyle Tasch is an artist out of the northwest suburbs who works primarily in music, comedy, writing, improvisational comedy, and media production.

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Kyle Tasch was born and raised in Roselle, Illinois.  Throughout his education and work life, he has lived all over the state of Illinois. Kyle graduated with honors from Roosevelt University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication.

Kyle plays a variety of roles involving music.  He plays acoustic folk music with comedic lyrics.  He also sometimes plays in a folk/bluegrass group in the suburbs.  In music, Kyle has written, performed, and helped organize comedy bands, jam bands, punk bands, and other projects.  A multi-instrumentalist “jack of all trades,” (master of none), Kyle has played live at dozens of venues, bars, festivals, and events.  He has also participated in the writing and promotion involved with each act.

A regular comedy blogger, Kyle has worked at comedy since he was performing and writing sketches as a middle schooler.  He performs improvisational comedy regularly in the suburbs.  As a media creator, Kyle has created a variety of videos, audio clips and commercials for entertainment and commercial clients.  He has also created and co-created web series, music videos, short films, and (attempts at) viral videos.  From writing, casting, organizing, to acting, directing, and editing, Kyle has taken part in a variety of roles in creating his productions.

Some of his comedic influences include The Onion, Larry David, Jerry Seinfeld, Robin Williams, Tim & Eric, Bill Maher, John Oliver, Conan, Bill Burr,  and Marc Maron among others.  Some of his musical influences include Cahalen Morrison, Justin Townes Earle, Pharis & Jason Romero, Phish, Dave Van Ronk, John Prine, Levon Helm, Bob Dylan, The Band, Grateful Dead, Simon & Garfunkel, Ralph Stanley, Tom Waits, Pink Floyd, and many more.

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