Daniel Johnston 







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Polka Dot Rag
The What Of Whom

The Beatles

Lost And Found

Speeding Motorcycle
Live with Smutfish in The Netherlands

Honey I Sure Miss You
Artistic Vice
Dead Dog Laughing In The Cloud
Continued Story

Daniel Johnston backstage in Boston 2009-10-15

Sept 4
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Daniel Johnston streaming radio
Yip Eye Tunes.com
Download mp3's for 24 of Daniel's albums at his DIGITAL DOWNLOAD site
2009-Oct-11 - Jason Nodler's new rock opera "Life Is Happy And Sad"
2009-Sept-24 - iPhone game "Hi How Are You" is released!
2009-August-27 -
Kurt Cobain Joins "Guitar Hero 5" How Nirvana Came To The Game
2009-August-24 - Daniel releases First new studio album in Six Years
2009-June-18 -
Monsterfresh.com article on Daniel Johnston unreleased CONVERSE shoe.
- ATP LAUNCHES FILM AT SXSW - narisnoise's posterous
... or groundbreaking artists including Battles, Sonic Youth, Belle And Sebastian, Grinderman, Iggy and the Stooges, Portishead, Mogwai, Slint, Grizzly Bear, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, the Gossip, Daniel Johnston, and The Boredoms. ...
narisnoise's posterous - http://narisnoise.posterous.com/
2009-March 5 - Catastrophic Theatre's Jason Nodler is recharged
Houston Chronicle - United States
Nodler and former IBP colleague Anthony Barilla had applied for a joint fellowship at MacDowell to work on a second Daniel Johnston project
2009-February-28  - Rizzoli Publications announces it's book of Daniel's art - MORE HERE
2008-November  - Rizzoli Publications announces it's book of Daniel's art - to be released March 12009  MORE HERE
2008-November 23 - Daniel will attend the Good Folk Festival in Louisville, Kentuky November 21, 22, 23, 2008 and display his art for sale.
2008-October-November - Daniel will tour a dozen European locations with the Dutch band John Dear Mowing Club as opening show and Daniel's backing band from October 24 through November 13, 2008.   Daniel had toured with this same band in April 2007 for five shows in The Netherlands ending with a joint show in Amsterdam with Das Pop.
2008-August 15-17 - Daniel will display his art and perform daily at the Slotin Folk Art Festival, Altanta, Georgia
2008-August-11 - U.K. Coppertree Records will release Daniel's album "Fear Yourself" on a limited edition heavyweight 180gm virgin vinyl LP August 11, 2008.  The LP is available in the U.K. from Coppertree Records or Daniel's web sites www.rejectedunknown.com and www.hihowareyou.com .   Next to release by this label: "Rejected Unknown"

2008-July - Daniel will tour Sweden, Norway, U.K., and Ireland with a special  backing band composed of key band members of other renown bands for a memorable series of shows titled "An Evening with Daniel Johnston and friends".   Organized by U.K. Scott O'Neill, the backing band members will open with individual performances before Daniel performs a solo set followed by the combined members as a band to back Daniel in a set of Daniel's hits.   Traveling with Daniel will be:
Mark Linkous of Sparklehorse,
Scout Niblett and Kristian Goddard of Scott Niblett's band,
James McNew of Yo La Tengo,
Norman Blake of Teenage Fanclub and
Jad Fair of Half Japanese!

2008-March 18 - Students traveling in Europe will be including Daniel Johnston's work as a part of an international project called CHECK-IN-ARCHITECTURE (www.checkinarchitecture.com).   Utilizing 375 documentaries and assigned "missions" in various locations, students will complete their own video documentaries on various topics.   Some will include Daniel Johnston and it and may include interviews from Daniel.
2007-May 9 - Torontoist
Daniel Johnston Closes Over The Top Festival
Austin's Explosions in the Sky is featured in the both the film version and the television version of Friday Night Lights.
Constant Artists


Houston Chronicle

Jan. 2, 2007, 11:33AM
Texas bands are a Friday Night Lights favorite
From Midland to Austin, the Texas sound makes a splash in NBC TV show

Copyright 2007 Houston Chronicle
Daniel Johnston Celebrated on Film, in Exhibits, on Disc
The Devil and Daniel Johnston Movie Photos
MoviesOnline - Canada
Sony provided us with 10 images for the upcoming documentary "The Devil and Daniel Johnston", directed by Jeff Feuerzeig. The movie ...
The Devil and Daniel Johnston Movie Trailer
MoviesOnline - Canada
Daniel Johnston, a manic-depressive genius singer/songwriter/artist, revealed in this portrait of madness, creativity and love. ...
All Tomorrow's Parties 3.1
Pitchforkmedia.com - Chicago,IL,USA
... Daniel Johnston's love song "Syrup of Tears" resonates with simple, sincere devotion-- like lord help me a just-not-that-bright beer-guzzler for his beautiful ...
Dec. 9, 2005, 12:50PM
Bagging the Biennial
Seven Texans make Whitney Museum's coveted list

Copyright 2005 Houston Chronicle
Texans are among the 100 artists and collaboratives selected for the 2006 Whitney Biennial, the often-controversial Whitney Museum show that every other spring presumes to tell what is happening in the world of contemporary art.
This week's CD releases
Houston Chronicle - United States
... 3.1 by various artists -- Compiled by Matt Groening of The Simpsons fame, includes tracks from Sonic Youth, Spoon, Elliott Smith, Daniel Johnston and others. ...
Daniel Johnston Hospitalized
Kati Llewellyn reports:
Lo-fi king Daniel Johnston was admitted to the Tomball Regional Medical Center in his hometown of Waller, TX last Wednesday after experiencing incoherency and an inability to walk, his website reports.
Artnet News - Whitney Museum Of American Art - 2006 Biennial Lineup
Artnet - New York,NY,USA
... Mark Grotjahn, Jay Heikes, Doug Henry, Pierre Huyghe, Dorothy Iannone, Matthew Day Jackson, Cameron Jamie, Natalie Jeremijenko, Daniel Johnston, Lewis Klahr ...
Friday, November 25th, 2005 - WALLER, TX
- Daniel Johnston was taken to the Tomball Regional Medical Center Wednesday by emergency medical vehicle. His family called for emergency help when the acclaimed artist and cult song-writer became incoherent and unable to walk.  MORE HERE
Infernal Bridegroom Productions - Daniel Johnston Rock Opera slated for spring of 2006.
Article details HERE
HoustonChronicle.com Daniel Johnston
Daniel reminesses about his 1983 summer job as Astro World announces it's closing
Houston Chronicle - United States
... Daniel Johnston, a cult singer-songwriter and artist who now lives in Waller, operated the River of No Return ride at the park in 1983. ...
logo libe Expo. Une double pr�sentation, � Paris et � Toulouse, des mordants dessins au feutre de l'Am�ricain.

Les antih�ros fluos de Daniel Johnston

Par Elisabeth LEBOVICI
samedi 10 septembre 2005 (Liberation - 06:00)
Art's Factory. 48, rue d'Orsel, 75018. Rens. : 01 53 28 13 50 et www.artsfactory.net
Toulouse (31). M�diath�que associative, 6, rue de la Bourse.
Rens. : 05 61 21 71 50 et www.musicophages.org
Les deux expositions sont visibles jusqu'au 30 septembre.
Documentarys shine spotlight on the offbeat
Globe and Mail - Canada
... Two riveting and highly accomplished "portrait of a struggling artist" films -- Black Sun and The Devil and Daniel Johnston -- couldn't be more different, yet ...
Houston Chronicle www.chron.com http://www.chron.com/cs/CDA/printstory.mpl/headline/entertainment/3297128
Aug. 6, 2005, 7:59PM

Daniel Johnston, Uncle Vaya and beer
IBP's ambitious agenda includes a rock-star opera and a ghost-town play

Copyright 2005 Houston Chronicle

Just because Infernal Bridegroom Productions no longer announces a formal subscription season with set production dates, don't think that Houston's leading avant-garde theater company is not looking to its future.

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With artists such as Beck, Tom Waits and the Flaming Lips covering his songs on the album The Late Great Daniel Johnston, Texas singer-songwriter Johnston is enjoying wide popularity. He's developing a rock-star opera for IBP.

Under artistic director Anthony Barilla, IBP has several ambitious projects in development for the next two years, including world premieres of a rock opera by Texas singer-songwriter Daniel Johnston and a play about ghost towns by Obie winner Lisa D'Amour.

Johnston, an Austin-based cult fave, has lately enjoyed his widest popularity. Beck, Tom Waits, the Flaming Lips and others covered his songs on the album The Late Great Daniel Johnston, and this year's Sundance Festival honored a documentary called The Devil and Daniel Johnston.

As of now, the only IBP show with a set opening is Speeding Motorcycle, which will begin Dec. 1 at IBP's home venue, the Axiom.

David Mamet's adaptation of Anton Chekhov's classic Uncle Vanya will follow in spring 2006, directed by IBP mainstay Tamarie Cooper. It's the only project in the lineup that is not a world premiere.

New York-based D'Amour will be in residence at IBP for the creation of Hide Town, her play inspired by "the sublime charm of Southwestern ghost towns." It will premiere in fall 2006.

Lindsay Kayser of Austin's Gypsy Baby Theater, which performed at IBP last fall, is writing a play that will run in the Axiom's lobby in spring 2006.

Kayser also is collaborating with Barilla on an opera to be workshopped in the latter half of 2006 and premiered early in 2007. Titled 3 Ft. No Diving, it portrays a fictional American town whose chief export is fireworks. The town must rethink its identity when a fireworks factory worker spontaneously combusts.

IBP will venture beyond live performing arts to produce an independent film on the theme of "numbers stations" (enigmatic shortwave radio transmissions). Troy Schulze is writing it with his Me-Sci-Ah collaborator George Parker. IBP will screen its premiere in summer 2006 as part of a mini-festival of short films and live music.

And as the company vows, "When IBP screens a movie, you're always allowed to bring your beer into the theater."


SPEEDING MOTORCYCLE  http://www.theatreport.com/modules/news/article.php?storyid=454
Last year, we told you about the prestigious MAP grant IBP was awarded to develop an original rock opera written by the legendary Texas singer-songwriter (and America’s vanguard “outsider” artist) Daniel Johnston. And IBP is pumped beyond belief to begin rehearsals.
“I thought it sounded like a cool idea,” says Johnston, “and then I saw some videos of IBP shows, and my heart jumped for joy, because the shows were really entertaining and really put together well. And the project sounded like something that could really live on.”
Speeding Motorcycle will be performed by IBP’s resident company and orchestra, and it draws on the themes that inform Johnston’s music – unrequited love, pop figures, Captain America and the like. “I’m a Dr. Seuss fan and I’m a Beatles fan,” explains Johnston, “and I love rock operas—all the way from Jesus Christ Superstar to Tommy and many others. I’ve used songs from some of my albums; and I’ve got a lot of unpublished and unrecorded songs, and I’m including some of those, too.”
A cult figure in the music world, Johnston’s reputation has risen lately due to a recent tribute album of Johnston songs covered by Beck, Tom Waits and the Flaming Lips; and a critically acclaimed film documentary, The Devil and Daniel Johnston, which took top honors at this year’s Sundance Film Festival.
Speeding Motorcycle is scheduled to open December 1 at the Axiom.

The Godfather of Lo-Fi Goes Digital (Global and Mobile) – Daniel Johnston’s Rare Early Recordings To Be Made Available Online

New York, NY —March 31, 2005—The Orchard, the leading distributor of independent music in the world, announced today that it would digitally distribute the early work of Daniel Johnston, known to many as the godfather of the lo-fi music movement and one of America’s most revered outsider artists.

A dozen of Johnston’s albums will be made available on over 100 popular online music services on May 31, 2005. Digital retailers iTunes, eMusic, Rhapsody, and Napster will each launch with different exclusive Daniel Johnston albums today, and then dozens of other digital stores will follow with more classic albums on June 7. Additionally, select tracks will be made available through several major cell-phone ringtone providers. [full article HERE]


Armpit of the Mole is a ART BOOK edition gathering more than 264 drawings and paintings of Myriam Mechita, Kevin Christy Bruno Peinado, Mark Pearson, Damien Deroubaix, Stephane Magnin, Mick Peter, Lili Reynaud Dewar, Daniel Guzman, Juan Perez Agirregoikoa, Julien Celdran, Wim Delvoye, Geraldine Pastor lloret, Dorothea Schulz, Jean-Francois Moriceau & Petra Mrzyk, Alice Retorre, David Sherry, Guillaume Pinard, Florian & Michael Quistrebert, Baptiste Roux, Jason Glasser, Jean-Luc Verna, Bevis Martin, Thierry Agnone, Suzanne Wright, Michelle Naismith, Marcel Dzama, Alex Tennigkeit, Marie Dainat, Karen Yasinsky Valerie du Chene, Saverio Lucariello, Daniel Johnston (6), Sandrine Llouquet, Lina Jabbour, April Durham, Dimitri Broquard & Bastien Aubry Laetitia Gendre, Francesc Ruiz, Fleur Noguera, Max Maslansky, Stephane Urth, Virginie Barre, Larissa Bates  
at MONYA ROWE GALLERY: Saturday, May  21st, 7-9 pm, 526W. 26th street, #504, NEW YORK, NY 10001

"Arm Pit Of The Mole"


Standing Awkwardly at the Edge of His Own Spotlight
 April 3, 2005

Top Acts Set For Spain's Benicassim Festival

PARIS, France - April 2005 - Radiodays will feature artist' sound pieces and prior sound / art programs and archives re-broadcast live from De Appel (Paris, France) on 107.4 FM from April 1st to 30th.

On April 23rd at 8:30 pm, the compilation of "Bandes Originales" from "Off the Record" will be broadcast, co-curated by Anne Dressen.  This was made available at kiosks last year in the courtyard of the Couvent des Cordeliers last summer in Paris.

Daniel's piece "You Hurt Me" is part of that compilation (Fear Yourself, 2003 Gammon Records)
(more information :
www.radiodays.org and www.deappel.ne)

Austin Chronicle - Review of Kathy McCarty and Daniel Johnston at Cactus Cafe
March 20, 2005
Austin Chronicle - Featured Artist
March 19, 2005
These bands could be the next big things
By Cary Darling

"Invading Genres Breach the Art World's Porous Borders"

A review of Stranger Town art exhibit including Daniel Johnston's works.

Published: March 9, 2005



Chrissie Iles and Philippe Vergne. � 2005 Charles Eshelman

NEW YORK, January 14, 2005 -- The 2006 Whitney Biennial, the nation’s signature survey of contemporary American art, will be organized by Chrissie Iles, curator, Whitney Museum of American Art, and Philippe Vergne, senior curator of visual arts at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and recently been named director of the new Fran�ois Pinault Foundation for Contemporary Art in Paris. Iles was one of the three curators of the 2004 Biennial; this will be Vergne’s first experience as a Biennial curator.

Iles and Vergne will spend the rest of the year seeking out the most significant artists working today. The list of selected artists is announced toward the end of 2005. The seventy-third in the series of Annual and Biennial exhibitions inaugurated in 1932 by Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney, the 2006 Biennial will be on view from March through May 2006.

In naming the curators, Adam D. Weinberg, the Whitney’s Alice Pratt Brown Director, said, “Each Whitney Biennial is an historic event we anticipate greatly, and each is completely different from the past. Chrissie and Philippe are experienced, passionate, and deeply committed. Both are thoroughly familiar with the contemporary American scene, and their partnership will also bring a broad international perspective to the project as well as enormous insight, energy, and flair. It will be a provocative and powerful show of the best new work by emerging and established artists.”





Artists:       DANIEL JOHNSTON









Curated by Taylor McKimens


Dates:     January 27 – March 26, 2005


Opening Reception: Thursday, January 27, 6-8pm


Gallery Hours:     Tuesday – Saturday, 11-6pm and by appointment




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