The Warhol welcomes back the songwriter, Bill Callahan, to Carnegie Lecture Hall, after appearances in 2009 in The Warhol Theater and the Carnegie Museum of Art’s Sculpture Court. A Drag City Records stalwart, Callahan, who performed for many years under the alias Smog, continues his lyrical songwriting featuring a signature baritone and vivid imagery, which has appealed to a diverse roster of artists who have recorded his songs, such as Gil Scott-Heron, The Flaming Lips and Cat Power.
Atlanta-based outsider visual artist and musician, Lonnie Holley, opens the show.
Doors open at 7:30pm
Wednesday October 9, 2013 8pm
The Carnegie Lecture Hall
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