Cindy was born in Roseville, California. She started recording and performing with then-boyfriend, Bill Callahan under his former moniker, Smog. She first appeared on the Smog song “Wine Stained Lips”, which was a B-side to the 1994 “A Hit” 7” single. Cindy went on to contribute vocals and guitar on the Burning Kingdom EP, Wild Love, and The Doctor Came at Dawn, and she toured with Smog in the US and Europe in 1995.
In 1996, Cindy released her first solo album, Untitled. The original pressing of the LP had no artist name on the sleeve at the time, but Cindy’s name was later added for re-pressings. The album features engineering work by Jim O’Rourke, and guitar and vocals by Bill Callahan.
In 1998, she did the vocals for a remix of “Torture Day” by The Notwist.
In 2002, Cindy released her second album, Sound Restores Young Men, which was recorded by O’Rourke and Tim Green of The Fucking Champs.
Cindy suffered from epilepsy. She also engaged in political activism around Sacramento, helping citizens register to vote.
Cindy died at her home in 4th Avenue, Sacramento on April 5, 2012. According to her record label, she was in the process of working on demos for a new album of material.
Edited by Jacob_Grimm on 11 May 2013, 12:11
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- Formed in
- March 12, 1971
- Split in
- April 5, 2012
- Founded in
- Roseville, California
- Band Members
- Cynthia Dall (1971 - 2012)
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