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Daniel Johnston

10 years ago by Chris Gray
It's hard to believe Daniel Johnston is 50. He looks every bit of it, or he did at the ill-fated but enjoyable Ghoulsfest in October. The Daniel Johnston in his songs, though, remains the wide-eyed incurable romantic that first surfaced in mid-'80s Austin and is depicted in Infernal Bridegroom/Catastrophic Theater's...
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Hi, How Is Daniel Johnston?

9 years ago by Chris Gray
Rocks Off is very proud to present Daniel Johnston's in-store performance 3:30 p.m. Saturday at Cactus Music. As always, it's absolutely free, including the St. Arnold's. Thinking about the in-store, we realized we hadn't heard much about Johnston lately, which is good in the "no news is good news" way,...
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SXSW: Daniel Johnston at Emo's

12 years ago by Keith Plocek
So I generally don't know how to feel about Daniel Johnston. I think he's a songwriter whose simple chord progressions and simplistic lyrics meld together into absolute brilliance, no matter that his voice belongs squarely in the love-it-or-hate-it camp. I'm just uncomfortable with his history of mental illness, not in...
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Playbill: Daniel Johnston

15 years ago by William Michael Smith
Artistically and theatrically, it's been a monster year for Waller resident and indie music pioneer Daniel Johnston. In March, a dozen Johnston drawings were included in New York's Whitney Museum of American Art Biennial 2006, and in the same month the 2005 Sundance Film Festival sensation The Devil and Daniel...
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A Revealing Visit to the Daniel Johnston Homestead

5 years ago by Brandon Clements
At some point or another, we as individuals have to undergo formative experiences in life that help us  grow and understand the world we live in. These occurrences stand out because they're ones you know you’ll never forget, even as you’re living them. It's as though all of sudden life feels...
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Say Hi, How Are You To Houston's New Mural Honoring Daniel Johnston

1 year ago by Jesse Sendejas Jr.
Houston now has its own mural recognizing the late singer-songwriter and visual artist Daniel Johnston, known for his "Hi, How Are You" greetings. As part of the annual Hi, How Are You day, people everywhere on Wednesday remembered Johnston. The day — held each year on his birthday —  celebrates Johnston’s life...
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Daniel Johnston Holds a Living Room in Awe, Briefly

5 years ago by Jesse Sendejas Jr.
Daniel Johnston House Party Comedy June 18, 2016 After Daniel Johnston’s Saturday night set in Houston, I wondered whether Mozart was ever booed following a live performance. It’s odd to consider today that one of the classical masters was a working musician during his time. Like any artist, he was...
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Remembering Daniel Johnston, Lo-Fi Guru of Do-It-Yourself Music, Dead at 58

2 years ago by David Ensminger
Though a transplant from West Virginia, and born in California, Daniel Johnston was synonymous with Austin’s unique and weird music ecosystem for years. Despite suffering from a sometimes debilitating schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, he became a bona fide lo-fi guru of Do-It-Yourself music-making. On Wednesday, September 11, he died, likely...
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Friday Night: Daniel Johnston's 50th Birthday At Fitzgerald's

10 years ago by William Michael Smith
Daniel Johnston Fitzgerald's January 14, 2011 Check out our slideshow from Friday night's birthday festivities. News had already reached Aftermath before we arrived at Fitzgerald's for Daniel Johnston's 50th birthday concert that he could only get through two and a half songs at his Cactus Music in-store performance. That didn't...

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