Kept in mind for his Songs: Ohia music task, which he later on renamed Magnolia Electric Co., this indie rock and roll and alternative nation vocalist and songwriter released over twelve recordings using the music group, including Impala (1998); Ghost Tropic (2000); and Fading Paths (2006). After their studies at Oberlin University, he worked like a Cleveland-based rock bassist before liberating his debut Tunes: Ohia solitary, “Nor Stop Thou Never Right now,” in 1996. Also a single artist, he documented three albums between 2004 and 2012: I WANT TO Go, I WANT TO Go, I WANT TO Go; Pyramid Electric powered Co.; and Fall months Bird Tunes. Tragically, he passed away in his past due thirties from body organ failure due to serious alcoholism. He was created and elevated in Lorain, Ohio. During his loss of life, he was estranged from his wife Darcie Schoenman Molina. His 2003 recording Magnolia Electric powered Co. was sound manufactured by guitarist and music maker Steve Albini.