Discover10% Happier with Dan Harris#146: Culture Abuse, Finding Peace in Punk Rock
#146: Culture Abuse, Finding Peace in Punk Rock

#146: Culture Abuse, Finding Peace in Punk Rock

Update: 2018-08-015
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For a long time, Culture Abuse's 31-year-old frontman David Kelling didn't want to perform in public. As all five members of the San Francisco-based punk band opened up about things they've tried to work through, Kelling, who has Cerebral palsy, said he felt that the frontman is "supposed to be good looking, in shape and this and that ... and so it is hard" when he "didn't really have any examples" of lead singer/songwriters who played with disabilities, and now that the band goes on tour, he added that "it's also hard to be the person now that is an example."
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#146: Culture Abuse, Finding Peace in Punk Rock

#146: Culture Abuse, Finding Peace in Punk Rock

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