Haunting. There's no better word to describe Elliott Smith's sophomore album, released on July 21, 1995.
We’ve gathered 14 artists who all correctly guessed at their own tragic ends -- in songs, interviews and the like -- only to be proven right.
Heaven Adores You,a documentary that examines the life of indie rock hero Elliott Smith, hit the theaters just a couple of weeks ago.
"Waltz #2" seems appropriate as being the song with which Elliott Smith made his debut on long-running British music show Later ... With Jools Holland.
Short on details but heavy on texture, Heaven Adores You is a frustrating must see for Elliott Smith fans.
With a stage presence that more mimicked a Broadway play than a concert, Seth Avett and Jessica Lea Mayfield dazzled New York City's Town Hall.
Elliott Smith's music has a way of piercing a listener's soul. That might be a cliché, but for fans, it's undeniable. Just ask the Avett Brothers' Seth Avett.
In just a couple of weeks, Seth Avett and Jessica Lea Mayfield will release their powerful tribute to the great Elliott Smith.
Formed in '91, Heatmiser failed to make a true dent with their music. Their legacy, however, remains strong due to one of its alumni, the late Elliott Smith.
On March 17, two of this decade's greatest folk artists will put their original music to the side and instead focus on the craft of Elliott Smith.