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I’m joined by the wonderful David Lance Callahan. He’s the guitarist, sampler, singer, and founder of The Wolfhounds and Moonshake. We kick things off by talking about an essay he wrote about Marty Robbins, who happens to be one of my favorite artists. But beyond that, David gives me a great history lesson on a band that should be in the libraries of all My Bloody Valentine or Jesus and Mary Chain fans, The Wolfhounds. They started off in the C86 scene (and David gives me a lesson on what that was). The band released four full length albums between 1987 and 1990 and then called it quits. David soon followed up with Moonshake, which was a bit of a departure but really opened new musical landscapes for him. But by 1996, Moonshake was over. David left music for a while to concentrate on real life. But in 2012, The Wolfhounds returned and have been going on strong, pandemics notwithstanding. David has also released two solo albums, with a third on the way. Follow David & The Wolfhounds on social media, @the_wolfhounds on IG & @TheWolfhounds on Twitter & FaceBook. Follow us @PerformanceAnx on the socials. Rate & review this or any episode. Support can be shown through ko-fi.com/performanceanxiety or performanceanx.threadless.com. So let’s get started with David Lance Callahan on Performance Anxiety on the Pantheon Podcast Network.