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Bill Callahan Balances Uncertainties on His New Albumnew

With an eye for such tragic ironies as Cain's ignoble fate, Callahan has written toward various shades of darkness and light, from pitch black to only slightly dim.
The Memphis Flyer  |  Stephen Deusner  |  12-07-2009  |  Profiles & Interviews

Bill Callahan's Latest Is More Accessible, At Least Musicallynew

The songs on Sometimes I Wish We Were an Eagle may have sprung from Bill Callahan's parting with fellow indie-folker Joanna Newsom, but this album will be remembered long after the gossip is forgotten.
Creative Loafing (Atlanta)  |  Ben Westhoff  |  05-06-2009  |  Reviews

Enigmatic Bill Callahan Shifts from Smog to Solonew

After singing and strumming under the curious moniker Smog for nearly two decades, Callahan recently switched to his own name, following the 2005 release of A River Ain't Too Much to Love.
Charleston City Paper  |  T. Ballard Leseman  |  02-20-2008  |  Profiles & Interviews

Bill Callahan Strips it Downnew

The artist formerly known as Smog and (Smog) has shrugged off the pseudonym(s) in favor of the name his parents gave him, and he's still adjusting.
New York Press  |  Amre Klimchak  |  09-06-2007  |  Profiles & Interviews

An Uncharacteristically Lively Albumnew

It seems dating fellow Drag City artist Joanna Newsom has worked out exceedingly well for the enigmatic singer-songwriter formerly known as Smog.
Dallas Observer  |  Noah W. Bailey  |  04-24-2007  |  Reviews

The Artist Formerly Known as Smog ... and (Smog)new

By any name, Bill Callahan is a major indie-pop auteur.
San Antonio Current  |  Chris Parker  |  04-18-2007  |  Profiles & Interviews

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