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Daniel Johnston

It’s been a little over two years since Artist To Watch SASAMI released her self-titled debut album. We’ve heard from her sporadically since then and today she’s back with a pummeling cover of Daniel Johnston’s “Sorry Entertainer,” which comes with a music video co-directed by actress/comedian Patti Harrison and Alan Resnick.

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Clip featuring previously unreleased footage of the outsider artist aims to boost support for the Hi, How Are You Project’s latest mental health campaign For more, check out: RollingStone.com (Source)

Sharon Van Etten released a cover of Daniel Johnston‘s “Some Things Last A Long Time,” which was recorded for 2020’s Feels Good Man, a documentary about the creator of the internet meme Pepe the Frog. Last year she released an original song, “Let Go,” that was featured in the film. Van Etten’s version of “Some…

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Van Etten recorded song for 2020 documentary about the creator of Pepe the Frog meme For more, check out: RollingStone.com (Source)

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Last year, Sharon Van Etten had a new original song featured in the documentary Feels Good Man, which is about the creator of the internet meme Pepe The Frog. Van Etten also recorded a cover of Daniel Johnston’s “Some Things Last A Long Time” for the doc, which is officially being released today. Van Etten previously participated in a mental health initiative sponsored by the Hi, How Are You Project, a nonprofit inspired by the legacy of the late musician.

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Have you ever really stopped and thought about how intricate and difficult the process of making a successful album must be? There is, of course, the basic issue of inspiration. Every artist must wring something out from deep within themselves and try to make it cohere outside in the world, make it tangible enough that it communicates something to the listener — and even icons have their struggles with writer’s block. You might come up with seven or 10 brilliant compositions, but then still have nothing lyrically, or vice versa. And that’s just the writing. There are the players, the recording circumstances, the money, the ability or luck that results in a once-in-a-lifetime performance. While not quite on the level of, say, a major blockbuster production, it can be dizzying to consider the amount of factors that must fall into place for something as comparatively contained as an album to work. It’s a wonder we get as many great ones as we do.

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Over the weekend, Saturday Night Live viewers were treated to a stacked show that featured host and Promising Young Woman star Carey Mulligan, musical guest Kid Cudi and even a surprise cameo from Timothée Chalamet. During the NBC show, Kid Cudi performed “Tequila Shots” and “Sad People” which appear on his history-making album Man On […]

The post Kid Cudi honors Kurt Cobain during ‘Saturday Night Live’ performances appeared first on Alternative Press.

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New York City’s Electric Lady Studios is working alongside the estate of singer-songwriter and visual artist Daniel Johnston. What began as initial interest into one of the late artist’s drawings culminated into a genuine passion project for Studio Managing Partner Lee Foster, prompting him to take on an active role in preserving Johnston’s art. Having curated a collection of original works currently on display in Electric Lady’s famed Studio A, including Johnston’s famous “Symbolical Visions” drawing, Foster will serve as the link between the studio and The Daniel Johnston Trust, which is overseen by Dick Johnston, Daniel’s older brother. Just […]

The post Electric Lady Studios Partners with Daniel Johnston Estate appeared first on Music Connection Magazine.

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Yesterday was the one-year anniversary of Daniel Johnston’s death. As a tribute to the beloved outsider singer-songwriter, New York’s Electric Lady Studios organized Honey I Sure Miss You, a tribute concert featuring Phoebe Bridgers, Waxahatchee, Jeff Tweedy, Beck, Devendra Banhart, the Lemon Twigs, Kevin Morby, Fontaines D.C., and more covering Johnston’s songs. Watch all of…

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Electric Lady Studios hosting event, which marks the one-year anniversary of the musician’s death For more, check out: RollingStone.com (Source)