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Bill Callahan (Smog)
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Vocalist
    (June 3, 1966- )
    Born in Silver Spring, Maryland
    Notable albums include 'Sewn to the Sky (1990),' 'Forgotten Foundation (1992),' 'Julius Caesar (1993),' 'Wild Love (1995),' 'The Doctor Came at Dawn (1996),' 'Red Apple Falls (1997),' 'Knock Knock (1999),' 'Dongs of Sevotion (2000),' 'Rain on Lens (2001),' 'Accumulation: None (2002) Supper (2003),' 'A River Ain't Too Much to Love (2005),' 'Woke on a Whaleheart (2007),' 'Sometimes I Wish We Were an Eagle (2009),' 'Apocalypse (2011),' 'Dream River (2013)' and 'Have Fun with God (2014)'
    Notable singles include 'My Shell,' 'Came Blue', 'Spanish Moss,' 'Ex-Con,' 'Held,' 'Look Now,' 'Cold Blooded Old Times,' 'Strayed,' 'Rock Bottom Riser,' 'Diamond Dancer,' 'Wind and the Dove'
    Despite recording a handful of albums under his stage name 'Smog', he abandoned it to use his real name.
    He shares his name with the football coach.
    His earlier songs lacked in melodic structure.
    He was unheard of in mainstream music circles prior to 2007.
    His music is described as being introverted and depressing.
    He named his son Bass.
    He recorded his music with four track tape recorders as a way to get noticed.
    He writes most of his own material.
    He moved to England as a child, while his parents worked for the National Service Agency.

Credit: Ricky


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