Smog, or as it's sometimes spelled, (Smog), is the name used by singer-songwriter Bill Callahan. Often vaunted as one of the pioneering artists in what is called the lo-fi genre of rock, Callahan has steadily moved away from the amateurish sound and approach of his earlier releases to emerge as a distinctive and important voice in American underground rock.
Bill Callahan was born in Silver Springs, Maryland in 1966. Soon after he was born, he moved with his family to England, where he lived until he was three. The family moved back to Maryland for four years, and then again back to England, where Callahan stayed until he was 12.... Read More