Whether he’s singing about death, sadness, or heartbreak, Guster frontman Ryan Miller always seems unsinkably nice; he’s like Dave Matthews without the boozy bitter side. There’s something happily uncomplicated — and at times proudly uncool — about his band’s sixth album, Easy Wonderful, like a 1990s Baja hoodie that you can’t bring yourself to throw out. B
Easy WonderfulWhether he's singing about death, sadness, or heartbreak, Guster frontman Ryan Miller always seems unsinkably nice; he's like Dave Matthews without the...Easy WonderfulRockWhether he's singing about death, sadness, or heartbreak, Guster frontman Ryan Miller always seems unsinkably nice; he's like Dave Matthews without the...2010-09-28
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Posted September 28 2010 — 12:00 AM EDT
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