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Bonnie Prince Billy

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Aja cover features singer-songwriter Bill MacKay For more, check out: RollingStone.com (Source)

Right now, Bill Callahan and Will Oldham have a fun little project going. In the couple of months since Callahan’s album Gold Record has come out, Callahan and Oldham have been teaming up to rope in collaborators and to cover a bunch of other people songs. They’ve done Cat Stevens with AZITA, Hank Williams Jr. […] For more, go to: Stereogum.com (Source)

Rendition features the High Llamas’ Sean O’Hagan For more, check out: RollingStone.com (Source)

Bill Callahan has blessed us this year. All summer, every Monday, the artist formerly known as Smog released a new song, compiling them all into a stellar new collection called Gold Record once Labor Day rolled around. Then, without announcing or explaining himself, he’s spent the fall dropping weekly covers in tandem with his longtime…

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Bill Callahan and Bonnie “Prince” Billy, two kindred spirits and Drag City icons, have been reconvening every week to share a new cover with a little help from their friends. They covered Cat Stevens’ “Blackness Of The Night” with AZITA, they covered Hank Williams Jr.’s “OD’d In Denver” with Chavez guitarist Matt Sweeney, and they…

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Every week, Bill Callahan and Bonnie “Prince” Billy have been teaming up with a fellow Drag City artist to cover a different song from a previous decade. First they covered Cat Stevens’ 1967 track “Blackness Of The Night” with AZITA. Then they did Hank Williams Jr.’s 1979 track “OD’d In Denver” with Will Oldham’s old…

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Just last week, Drag City legends Bill Callahan and Bonnie “Prince” Billy teamed up to cover Cat Stevens with an assist from AZITA. Bill and Billy are back today with another cover, this time a version of “OD’d In Denver” by legacy country star and disgraced Monday Night Football theme song guy Hank Williams Jr.

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In 1967, when he was still known as Cat Stevens, the folk singer-songwriter Yusuf Islam released his sophomore LP New Masters. On that LP, which he reissued earlier this year, Islam included a truly bleak and desolate protest song called “Blackness Of The Night”: “For this bad, bad world I’m beginning to doubt/ I’m alone…

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