Formerly of Glass Eye. Premier interpreter of Daniel Johnston on the album Dead Dog’s Eyeball. Maker of the album Another Day in the Sun. Writer of the hit song  Red Canyon Walls.

Dead Dog’s Eyeball

Released in 1996 on Bar None Records, Dead Dog’s Eyeball: The Songs of Daniel Johnston remains the premier (and America’s most beloved) Daniel Johnston cover album.

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Compact Discs are no longer available. DEAD DOG’S EYEBALL will be released on a vinyl double album in 2020.

Glass Eye

Glass Eye was an Austin, Texas based band that played original, durable rock music. Formed by Brian Beattie, Kathy McCarty, Stella Weir and Scott Marcus in 1983, their initial release Marlo (1985) and sophomore release HUGE (1986) brought the group to regional and national attention. Between 1986 and 1988, Sheri Lane and Dave Cameron replaced Weir and Marcus, during which time the band recorded Bent By Nature (1987). Then Marcus and Weir rejoined the band and the original foursome went on to record Hello Young Lovers (1989) and the posthumously released Every Woman’s Fantasy (2005). Glass Eye disbanded in 1993, after delighting tens of thousands of discerning fans across the United States for an entire decade.

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SO MANY SHOWS! I wish there were something like a CALENDAR that I could insert so that I could show you all my upcoming shows THAT way!! But as it is, I shall just have to LIST THEM. Monday March 14: I will be appearing at Mike Hall’s THE SWOLLEN CIRCUS at C-BOYS. I believe …