The Young + Restless

05.17.2011

MUSIC

Art as a career has always been a risky endeavor. In particular, today’s music landscape almost requires that new artists have a plan B. Take 20-year-old Brad Oberhofer, for instance. Trading mountain views in his hometown of Tacoma, Washington for college in metropolitan New York, the singer constantly has had one foot out of the classroom, touring the country with his eponymous band and the likes of Neon Indian. Life + Times was there for one of his after-school trips, before his brave decision recently to commit fully to music. School’s out.

  • http://about.me/brandonmccall brandonmccall

    Excellent piece. I like Obefhofer’s sound.

  • Anonymous

    There’s nothing wrong with pursuing your dream on a full-time basis,.but on the real there has to be some type of stability in your life as far as finances if you plan to maintain a home environment. Food, clothing, and shelter are basic needs that can’t be ignored, and as long as you feel comfortable in your field of choice, things will fall into place.

  • Anonymous

    There’s nothing wrong with pursuing your dream on a full-time basis,.but on the real there has to be some type of stability in your life as far as finances if you plan to maintain a home environment. Food, clothing, and shelter are basic needs that can’t be ignored, and as long as you feel comfortable in your field of choice, things will fall into place.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=135300459 Cristina Michelle

    loved :)

  • Anonymous

    YASSS! TAC-TOWN in the HOUSE!

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