Cinder Block (musician)

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Cinder Block
Cinder of retching red.jpg
Cinder Block performing with Retching Red, 2005.
Background information
Birth name Cindy Morgan
Also known as Cinder Bischoff
Born May 13, 1961 (1961-05-13) (age 56)
Origin Lincoln, Nebraska, US
Genres Hardcore punk, punk rock
Instruments vocals
Years active 1983-present
Labels Fat Wreck Chords, Lookout! Records, Rodent Popsicle Records
Associated acts Tilt, Retching Red, Fabulous Disaster

Cinder Block (born Cindy Morgan, May 13, 1961) is an American punk rock vocalist and visual artist.[1] Cinder sang for Fat Wreck Chords band, Tilt from 1992 to 2001.[2]

She sang with all-girl band Fabulous Disaster for a short time.[3] She would then go on to form the hardcore punk band, Retching Red.[4]

Her lyrics typically focus on left wing political themes and other irreverent topics.[5]

She was married to Jeffrey Bischoff, former Tilt guitarist, with whom she co-founded a licensing and merchandising store, Cinder Block Inc.[6] Cinder makes silkscreens and has been doing so for almost two decades.[7] She also worked for Fabula magazine and Punk Rock Confidential.[8] Cinder earned a BFA in Theatre from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.


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