Ezra Kire

Punk rock, Musical Artist


Who is Ezra Kire?

Ezra Kire is an American singer/songwriter for the indie/punk band Morning Glory. Ezra Arrow Kire was born on December 30 of 1975 in the small Canadian/US border town of Grand Forks. He moved frequently from place to place while his parents picked up work in construction and eventually government aid which took him overseas to the city of Colombo, Sri Lanka. It was here that he started his first band with friend Derek Dees. They played their first ever show at the Overseas International School cafeteria, and two shows after that including the senior prom in 1990. They were in the 8th grade.

He now resides in New York City, where he sings and plays guitar and piano in the punk band Morning Glory, having recently quit the political punk/ska band Leftover Crack. In the late 90s/early 2000s he was lead guitarist in now defunct political ska/punk band Choking Victim. After Choking Victim released just one record, No Gods, No Managers, the band broke up and Kire briefly started a street/skate punk band called InDK. After the demise of InDK he re-united with former band mate Stza to form the band Leftöver Crack, and toured extensively in Europe, the United Kingdom, Canada, Mexico, and the United States.

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on July 23, 2013


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