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« on: November 25, 2011, 02:43:36 AM »

Dables Plays Daniel Johnston is a Daniel Johnston tribute performed completely in the character of Johnston, culled from his 80's-early 90's famously awkward and weird acoustic shows. Clean shaved, skinny, shaggy hair, wearing his own t-shirt, and promoting himself by full name constantly, Johnston was known for being extremely nervous on stage and talking awkwardly about his religious beliefs, or apologizing profusely after messing up lyrics to his songs, sometimes ending them early out of frustration. He would play the guitar a little too hard sometimes, or miss notes while singing and occasionally flub a lyric or two, and every know and then really appear that his about to have a nervous breakdown right before your eyes, normally after he thinks he played "badly" in his mind. He often bows after songs, and says the titles and usually the year or album they are from and always kept his sets very short, 5-6 songs tops.

David Walker of the Greenville, SC grunge folk act Dables, tries to recreate all of this to maintain the awkward, emotional, yet funny and entertaining performances of Daniel Johnston.


I promise it's not virus or spam or anything stupid like that!! If you don't believe me then just go to youtube and type "Dables Plays Daniel Johnston"!


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