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Oberst and company continued putting out EPs, and the live album , Oberst and friends performed a seven-night stand at Town Hall in New York, along with a laundry list of guests including Lou Reed and Norah Jones.

Oberst's experience with the Move tour apparently tapped a political nerve.

Conor Oberst is an American singer-songwriter from Omaha, Nebraska.

He has been writing and recording music since 1993.

Conor made his presence felt in America’s music circles at the tender age of 12 through his singing and song writing skills, and since then there has been no looking back for this man from Nebraska.

Oberst gained fame in the late Nineties as latest in an ongoing string of artists proclaimed the "next Dylan." He wasn't (no one ever is), but what made Oberst stand out was not just his youth — he was just 15 when he began recording as Bright Eyes — but also his melodic gifts, the consistency of his output, and his ability to hold a Rasputin-like grip on his burgeoning fanbase.He sang a protest song, "When the President Talks to God," during Bright Eyes' performance on in May 2005.That October, at an awards show in Los Angeles, Oberst criticized the Clear Channel media conglomerate for making touring hard for independent acts, and in early 2008 he played at a rally for presidential candidate Barack Obama.Of all the bands, ‘Bright Eyes’ has been the most acclaimed, and considered to be Oberst’s best association till date. He was also a big fan of legendary singers like Neil Young and Leonard Cohen.Oberst was influenced at a very early age by bands such as ‘The Cure’, ‘R. Many of Conor’s works have topped the Billboard charts frequently.

Oberst gained fame in the late Nineties as latest in an ongoing string of artists proclaimed the "next Dylan." He wasn't (no one ever is), but what made Oberst stand out was not just his youth — he was just 15 when he began recording as Bright Eyes — but also his melodic gifts, the consistency of his output, and his ability to hold a Rasputin-like grip on his burgeoning fanbase.

He sang a protest song, "When the President Talks to God," during Bright Eyes' performance on in May 2005.

That October, at an awards show in Los Angeles, Oberst criticized the Clear Channel media conglomerate for making touring hard for independent acts, and in early 2008 he played at a rally for presidential candidate Barack Obama.

Of all the bands, ‘Bright Eyes’ has been the most acclaimed, and considered to be Oberst’s best association till date. He was also a big fan of legendary singers like Neil Young and Leonard Cohen.

Oberst was influenced at a very early age by bands such as ‘The Cure’, ‘R. Many of Conor’s works have topped the Billboard charts frequently.

Though he was planning to close a chapter in his musical life, Oberst continued to be prolific: in September he teamed with longtime associate Mike Mogis, My Morning Jacket's Jim James and singer/songwriter M.