David Cloud Berman (born David Craig Berman; January 4, 1967 – August 7, 2019) was an American musician, singer, poet and cartoonist best known for his work with indie-rock band the Silver Jews. Although the band primarily existed as a recording project for most of its existence, the Silver Jews toured regularly from 2005 until 2009. In January 2009, Berman announced his retirement from music in hopes of finding a meaningful way of undoing the damage that his estranged father Richard Berman (a lobbyist and public relations executive for the alcohol and tobacco industries, among others) had brought upon society.

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  • David Cloud Berman (born David Craig Berman; January 4, 1967 – August 7, 2019) was an American musician, singer, poet and cartoonist best known for his work with indie-rock band the Silver Jews. Although the band primarily existed as a recording project for most of its existence, the Silver Jews toured regularly from 2005 until 2009. In January 2009, Berman announced his retirement from music in hopes of finding a meaningful way of undoing the damage that his estranged father Richard Berman (a lobbyist and public relations executive for the alcohol and tobacco industries, among others) had brought upon society. In addition to the six full-length albums that Berman wrote and recorded with the Silver Jews, he released two books: Actual Air (1999) and The Portable February (2009). In early 2019, Berman returned to music under the new band name Purple Mountains, releasing a self-titled debut album in July 2019. He died on August 7, 2019. (en)
  • David Cloud Berman (born David Craig Berman; January 4, 1967 – August 7, 2019) was an American musician, singer, poet and cartoonist best known for his work with indie-rock band the Silver Jews. Although the band primarily existed as a recording project for most of its existence, the Silver Jews toured regularly from 2005 until 2009. In January 2009, Berman announced his retirement from music in hopes of finding a meaningful way of undoing the damage that his estranged father Richard Berman, a lobbyist and public relations executive for the alcohol and tobacco industries among others, had brought upon society. In addition to the six full-length albums that Berman wrote and recorded with the Silver Jews, he released two books: Actual Air (1999) and The Portable February (2009). In early 2019, Berman returned to music under the new band name Purple Mountains, releasing a self-titled debut album in July 2019. He died on August 7, 2019. (en)
  • David Cloud Berman (born David Craig Berman; January 4, 1967 – August 7, 2019) was an American musician, singer, poet and cartoonist best known for his work with indie-rock band the Silver Jews. Although the band primarily existed as a recording project for most of its existence, the Silver Jews toured regularly from 2005 until 2009. In January 2009, Berman announced his retirement from music in hopes of finding a meaningful way of undoing the damage that his estranged father Richard Berman, a lobbyist and public relations executive for the alcohol and tobacco industries among others, had brought upon society. In addition to the six full-length albums that Berman wrote and recorded with the Silver Jews, he released two books: Actual Air (1999) and The Portable February (2009). In early 2019, Berman returned to music under the new band name Purple Mountains, releasing a self-titled debut album in July 2019. He committed suicide on August 7, 2019. (en)
  • David Cloud Berman (born David Craig Berman; January 4, 1967 – August 7, 2019) was an American musician, singer, poet and cartoonist best known for his work with indie-rock band the Silver Jews. Although the band primarily existed as a recording project for most of its existence, the Silver Jews toured regularly from 2005 until 2009. In January 2009, Berman announced his retirement from music in hopes of finding a meaningful way of undoing the damage that his estranged father Richard Berman, a lobbyist and public relations executive for the alcohol and tobacco industries among others, had brought upon society. In addition to the six full-length albums that Berman wrote and recorded with the Silver Jews, he released two books: Actual Air (1999) and The Portable February (2009). In early 2019, Berman returned to music under the new band name Purple Mountains, releasing a self-titled debut album in July 2019. He died of suicide on August 7, 2019. (en)
  • David Cloud Berman (born David Craig Berman; January 4, 1967 – August 7, 2019) was an American musician, singer, poet and cartoonist best known for his work founding and fronting the indie-rock band the Silver Jews. Although the band primarily existed as a recording project for most of its existence, the Silver Jews toured regularly from 2005 until 2009. In January 2009, Berman announced his retirement from music in hopes of finding a meaningful way of undoing the damage that his estranged father Richard Berman, a lobbyist and public relations executive for the alcohol and tobacco industries among others, had brought upon society. In addition to the six full-length albums that Berman wrote and recorded with the Silver Jews, he released two books: Actual Air (1999) and The Portable February (2009). In early 2019, Berman returned to music under the new band name Purple Mountains, releasing a self-titled debut album in July 2019. He died of suicide on August 7, 2019. (en)
  • David Cloud Berman (born David Craig Berman; January 4, 1967 – August 7, 2019) was an American musician, singer, poet and cartoonist best known for his work founding and fronting the indie-rock band the Silver Jews. Although the band primarily existed as a recording project for most of its existence, the Silver Jews toured regularly from 2005 until 2009. In January 2009, Berman announced his retirement from music in hopes of finding a meaningful way of undoing the damage that his estranged father Richard Berman, a lobbyist and public relations executive for the alcohol and tobacco industries among others, had brought upon society. In addition to the six full-length albums that Berman wrote and recorded with the Silver Jews, he released two books: Actual Air (1999) and The Portable February (2009). In early 2019, Berman returned to music under the new band name Purple Mountains, releasing a self-titled debut album in July 2019. He committed suicide on August 7, 2019. (en)
  • David Cloud Berman (born David Craig Berman; January 4, 1967 – August 7, 2019) was an American musician, singer, poet and cartoonist best known for his work founding and fronting the indie-rock band the Silver Jews. Although the band primarily existed as a recording project for most of its existence, the Silver Jews toured regularly from 2005 until 2009. In January 2009, Berman announced his retirement from music in hopes of finding a meaningful way of undoing the damage that his estranged father Richard Berman, a lobbyist and public relations executive for the alcohol and tobacco industries among others, had brought upon society. In addition to the six full-length albums that Berman wrote and recorded with the Silver Jews, he released two books: Actual Air (1999) and The Portable February (2009). In early 2019, Berman returned to music under the new band name Purple Mountains, releasing a self-titled debut album in July 2019. (en)
  • David Cloud Berman (born David Craig Berman; January 4, 1967 – August 7, 2019) was an American musician, singer, poet and cartoonist best known for his work founding and fronting the indie-rock band the Silver Jews. Although the band primarily existed as a recording project for most of its existence, the Silver Jews toured regularly from 2005 until 2009. In January 2009, Berman announced his retirement from music in hopes of finding a meaningful way of undoing the damage that his estranged father Richard Berman, a lobbyist and public relations executive for the alcohol and tobacco industries among others, had brought upon society. In addition to the six full-length albums that Berman wrote and recorded with the Silver Jews, he released two books: Actual Air (1999) and The Portable February (2009). In early 2019, Berman returned to music under the new band name Purple Mountains, releasing a self-titled debut album in July 2019 which would be his last before his death from suicide. (en)
  • David Cloud Berman (born David Craig Berman; January 4, 1967 – August 7, 2019) was an American musician, singer, poet and cartoonist best known for his work founding and fronting the indie-rock band the Silver Jews. Although the band primarily existed as a recording project for most of its existence, the Silver Jews toured regularly from 2005 until 2009. In January 2009, Berman announced his retirement from music in hopes of finding a meaningful way of undoing the damage that his estranged father Richard Berman, a lobbyist and public relations executive for the alcohol and tobacco industries among others, had brought upon society. In addition to the six full-length albums that Berman wrote and recorded with the Silver Jews, he released two books: Actual Air (1999) and The Portable February (2009). In early 2019, Berman returned to music under the new band name Purple Mountains, releasing a self-titled debut album in July 2019 which would be his last before his suicide the following month. (en)
  • David Cloud Berman (January 4, 1967 – August 7, 2019) was an American musician, singer, poet and cartoonist. In 1989, he founded the indie-rock band Silver Jews with Stephen Malkmus, Bob Nastanovich. Although the band primarily existed as a recording project for most of its existence, the Silver Jews toured regularly from 2005 until 2009. In January 2009, Berman announced his retirement from music in hopes of finding a meaningful way of undoing the damage that his estranged father Richard Berman, a lobbyist and public relations executive for the alcohol and tobacco industries among others, had brought upon society. In addition to the six full-length albums that Berman wrote and recorded with the Silver Jews, he released two books: Actual Air (1999) and The Portable February (2009). In early 2019, Berman returned to music under the new band name Purple Mountains, releasing a self-titled debut album in July 2019 which would be his last before his suicide the following month. (en)
  • David Cloud Berman (January 4, 1967 – August 7, 2019) was an American musician, singer, poet and cartoonist. In 1989, he founded the indie-rock band Silver Jews with Stephen Malkmus, Bob Nastanovich. He was the only constant member during the band's discography, which concluded in 2009, following the band's sixth and final album Lookout Mountain, Lookout Sea (2008). He provided the band's distinct lyricism and, alongside Malkmus, the sparsely simple country-rock sound—which developed from intial lo-fi recordings. The same year he released his first book of poetry, Actual Air (1999), Berman begun to take hard drugs. He proceeded to struggle with substance abuse, depression and anxiety—the latter directly influencing his career decisions. This culminated in a botched suicide attempt in 2003. Following that event, he went to rehab, engaged with Judasim and embarked on the band's first tour with his then-wife, Cassie Berman. Although his music and poetry was commerically successful, Berman suffered various financial difficulties. This, along with the dissolution of his marriage, influenced his return to music in 2019. Adopting a new band name, Purple Mountains, he released an eponymous debut album, that July. Berman intended to tour the album and thus pay off his $100,000 credit card debt. He commited suicide in August. Despite believing his music to be unappreciated, he had accquired a reputation of being "perhaps the finest lyricist of his generation". Berman's lyrical material was his creative priority; labouring over them for extended periods of time. They were abstract nature and had become autobiographical in his later career and sung in a deep and monotone manner. (en)
  • David Cloud Berman ( David Craig Berman; January 4, 1967 – August 7, 2019) was an American musician, singer, poet and cartoonist. In 1989, he founded the indie-rock band Silver Jews with Stephen Malkmus, Bob Nastanovich. He was the only constant member during the band's discography, which concluded in 2009, following the band's sixth and final album Lookout Mountain, Lookout Sea (2008). He provided the band's distinct lyricism and, alongside Malkmus, the sparsely simple country-rock sound—which developed from intial lo-fi recordings. The same year he released his first book of poetry, Actual Air (1999), Berman begun to take hard drugs. He proceeded to struggle with substance abuse, depression and anxiety—the latter directly influencing his career decisions. This culminated in a botched suicide attempt in 2003. Following that event, he went to rehab, engaged with Judasim and embarked on the band's first tour with his then-wife, Cassie Berman. Although his music and poetry was commerically successful, Berman suffered various financial difficulties. This, along with the dissolution of his marriage, influenced his return to music in 2019. Adopting a new band name, Purple Mountains, he released an eponymous debut album, that July. Berman intended to tour the album and thus pay off his $100,000 credit card debt. He commited suicide in August. Despite believing his music to be unappreciated, he had accquired a reputation of being "perhaps the finest lyricist of his generation". Berman's lyrical material was his creative priority; labouring over them for extended periods of time. They were abstract nature and had become autobiographical in his later career and sung in a deep and monotone manner. (en)
  • David Cloud Berman ( David Craig Berman; January 4, 1967 – August 7, 2019) was an American musician, singer, poet and cartoonist. In 1989, he founded the indie-rock band Silver Jews with Stephen Malkmus, Bob Nastanovich. He was the only constant member during the band's discography, which concluded in 2009, following the band's sixth and final album Lookout Mountain, Lookout Sea (2008). He provided the band's distinct lyricism and, alongside Malkmus, the sparsely simple country-rock sound—which developed from initial lo-fi recordings. The same year he released his first book of poetry, Actual Air (1999), Berman began to take hard drugs. He proceeded to struggle with substance abuse, depression and anxiety—the latter directly influencing his career decisions. This culminated in a botched suicide attempt in 2003. Following that event, he went to rehab, engaged with Judaism and embarked on the band's first tour with his then-wife, Cassie Berman. Although his music and poetry were commercially successful, Berman suffered various financial difficulties. This, along with the dissolution of his marriage, influenced his return to music in 2019. Adopting a new band name, Purple Mountains, he released an eponymous debut album, that July. Berman intended to tour the album and thus pay off his $100,000 credit card debt. He commited suicide in August. Despite believing his music to be unappreciated, he had acquired a reputation of being "perhaps the finest lyricist of his generation". Berman's lyrical material was his creative priority; labouring over them for extended periods of time. They were abstract in nature and had become autobiographical in his later career and sung in a deep and monotone manner. (en)
  • David Cloud Berman ( David Craig Berman; January 4, 1967 – August 7, 2019) was an American musician, singer, poet and cartoonist. In 1989, he founded the indie-rock band Silver Jews with Stephen Malkmus, Bob Nastanovich. He was the only constant member during the band's discography, which concluded in 2009, following the band's sixth and final album Lookout Mountain, Lookout Sea (2008). He provided the band's distinct lyricism and, alongside Malkmus, the sparsely simple country-rock sound—which developed from initial lo-fi recordings. The same year he released his first book of poetry, Actual Air (1999), Berman began to take hard drugs. He proceeded to struggle with substance abuse, depression and anxiety—the latter directly influencing his career decisions. This culminated in a botched suicide attempt in 2003. Following that event, he went to rehab, engaged with Judaism and embarked on the band's first tour with his then-wife, Cassie Berman. Although his music and poetry were commercially successful, Berman suffered various financial difficulties. This, along with the dissolution of his marriage, influenced his return to music in 2019. Adopting a new band name, Purple Mountains, he released an eponymous debut album, that July. Berman intended to tour the album and thus pay off his $100,000 credit card debt. He committed suicide in August. Despite believing his music to be unappreciated, he had acquired a reputation of being "perhaps the finest lyricist of his generation". Berman's lyrical material was his creative priority; labouring over them for extended periods of time. They were abstract in nature and had become autobiographical in his later career and sung in a deep and monotone manner. (en)
  • David Cloud Berman ( David Craig Berman; January 4, 1967 – August 7, 2019) was an American musician, singer, poet and cartoonist. In 1989, he founded the indie-rock band Silver Jews with Stephen Malkmus and Bob Nastanovich. He was the only constant member during the band's discography, which concluded in 2009, following the band's sixth and final album Lookout Mountain, Lookout Sea (2008). He provided the band's distinct lyricism and, alongside Malkmus, the sparsely simple country-rock sound—which developed from initial lo-fi recordings. The same year he released his first book of poetry, Actual Air (1999), Berman began to take hard drugs. He proceeded to struggle with substance abuse, depression and anxiety—the latter directly influencing his career decisions. This culminated in a botched suicide attempt in 2003. Following that event, he went to rehab, engaged with Judaism and embarked on the band's first tour with his then-wife, Cassie Berman. Although his music and poetry were commercially successful, Berman suffered various financial difficulties. This, along with the dissolution of his marriage, influenced his return to music in 2019. Adopting a new band name, Purple Mountains, he released an eponymous debut album, that July. Berman intended to tour the album and thus pay off his $100,000 credit card debt. He committed suicide in August. Despite believing his music to be unappreciated, he had acquired a reputation of being "perhaps the finest lyricist of his generation". Berman's lyrical material was his creative priority; labouring over them for extended periods of time. They were abstract in nature and had become autobiographical in his later career and sung in a deep and monotone manner. (en)
  • David Cloud Berman ( David Craig Berman; January 4, 1967 – August 7, 2019) was an American musician, singer, poet and cartoonist. In 1989, he founded the indie-rock band Silver Jews with Stephen Malkmus and Bob Nastanovich. He was the only constant member during the band's discography, which concluded in 2009, following the band's sixth and final album Lookout Mountain, Lookout Sea (2008). He provided the distinct lyricism and, alongside Malkmus, the sparsely simple country-rock sound—which developed from initial lo-fi recordings. The same year he released his first book of poetry, Actual Air (1999), Berman began to take hard drugs. He proceeded to struggle with substance abuse, depression and anxiety—the latter directly influencing his career decisions. This culminated in a botched suicide attempt in 2003. Following that event, he went to rehab, engaged with Judaism and embarked on the band's first tour with his then-wife, Cassie Berman. Although his music and poetry were commercially successful, Berman suffered various financial difficulties. This, along with the dissolution of his marriage, influenced his return to music in 2019. Adopting a new band name, Purple Mountains, he released an eponymous debut album, that July. Berman intended to tour the album and thus pay off his $100,000 credit card debt. He committed suicide in August. Despite believing his music to be unappreciated, he had acquired a reputation of being "perhaps the finest lyricist of his generation". Berman's lyrical material was his creative priority; labouring over them for extended periods of time. They were abstract in nature and had become autobiographical in his later career and sung in a deep and monotone manner. (en)
  • David Cloud Berman ( David Craig Berman; January 4, 1967 – August 7, 2019) was an American musician, singer, poet and cartoonist. In 1989, he founded the indie-rock band Silver Jews with Stephen Malkmus and Bob Nastanovich. He was the only constant member during the band's discography, which concluded in 2009, following the band's sixth and final album Lookout Mountain, Lookout Sea (2008). He provided the distinct lyricism and, alongside Malkmus, the sparsely simple country-rock sound—which developed from initial lo-fi recordings. He released his first book of poetry, Actual Air in 1999. Around this time Berman began to take hard drugs, and for most of the remainder of his life struggle with substance abuse, depression and anxiety—the latter directly influencing his career decisions. In 2003 these factors culminated in a botched suicide attempt. He survived and undertook rehab, where he engaged with Judaism and later undertook the band's first tour with his then-wife, Cassie Berman. Although his music and poetry were commercially successful, Berman suffered various financial difficulties. This, along with the dissolution of his marriage, influenced his return to music in 2019. Adopting a new band name, Purple Mountains, he released an eponymous debut album, that July. Berman intended to tour the album and thus pay off his $100,000 credit card debt. He committed suicide in August. Despite believing his music to be unappreciated, he had acquired a reputation of being "perhaps the finest lyricist of his generation". Berman's lyrical material was his creative priority; labouring over them for extended periods of time. They were abstract in nature and had become autobiographical in his later career and sung in a deep and monotone manner. (en)
  • David Cloud Berman ( David Craig Berman; January 4, 1967 – August 7, 2019) was an American musician, singer, poet and cartoonist. In 1989, he founded the indie-rock band Silver Jews with Stephen Malkmus and Bob Nastanovich. He was the only constant member during the band's discography, which concluded in 2009, following the band's sixth and final album Lookout Mountain, Lookout Sea (2008). He provided the distinct lyricism and, alongside Malkmus, the sparsely simple country-rock sound—which developed from initial lo-fi recordings. He released his first book of poetry, Actual Air in 1999. Around this time Berman began to take hard drugs, and for most of the remainder of his life struggle with substance abuse, depression and anxiety—the latter directly influencing his career decisions. In 2003 these factors culminated in a botched suicide attempt. He survived and undertook rehab, where he engaged with Judaism and later undertook the band's first tour with his then-wife, Cassie Berman. Although his music and poetry were commercially successful, by 2019 Berman had been financial difficulty for over a decade. This, along with the dissolution of his marriage, seemingly forced his return to music that year. Adopting a new band name, Purple Mountains, he released an eponymous debut album, that July. Hen intended to tour the album and thus pay off his $100,000 credit card debt. He committed suicide in August. Despite believing his music to be unappreciated, he had acquired a reputation of being "perhaps the finest lyricist of his generation". Berman's lyrical material was his creative priority; labouring over them for extended periods of time. They were abstract in nature and had become autobiographical in his later career and sung in a deep and monotone manner. (en)
  • David Cloud Berman ( David Craig Berman; January 4, 1967 – August 7, 2019) was an American musician, singer, poet and cartoonist. In 1989, he founded the indie-rock band Silver Jews with Stephen Malkmus and Bob Nastanovich. He was the only constant member during the band's discography, which concluded in 2009, following the band's sixth and final album Lookout Mountain, Lookout Sea (2008). He provided the distinct lyricism and, alongside Malkmus, the sparsely simple country-rock sound—which developed from initial lo-fi recordings. He released his first book of poetry, Actual Air, in 1999. Around this time Berman began to take hard drugs; struggling with substance abuse, depression and anxiety—the latter directly influencing his career decisions. These factors culminated in a botched suicide attempt, in 2003. He then, undertook rehab, where he engaged with Judaism and later embarked on the band's first tour with his then-wife, Cassie Berman. Although his music and poetry were commercially successful, Berman experienced financial difficulties. This, along with the dissolution of his marriage, casued his return to music that year. Adopting a new band name, Purple Mountains, he released an eponymous debut album, that July. He then intended to tour the album and thus pay off his $100,000 credit card debt. He committed suicide in August. Despite believing his music to be unappreciated, he had acquired a reputation of being "perhaps the finest lyricist of his generation". Berman's lyrical material was his creative priority; labouring over them for extended periods of time. They were abstract in nature and had become autobiographical in his later career, sung in a deep and monotone manner. (en)
  • David Cloud Berman ( David Craig Berman; January 4, 1967 – August 7, 2019) was an American musician, singer, poet and cartoonist. In 1989, he founded the indie-rock band Silver Jews with Stephen Malkmus and Bob Nastanovich. He was the only constant member during the band's discography, which concluded in 2009, following the band's sixth and final album Lookout Mountain, Lookout Sea (2008). He provided the distinct lyricism and, alongside Malkmus, the sparsely simple country-rock sound—which developed from initial lo-fi recordings. He released his first book of poetry, Actual Air, in 1999. Around this time Berman began to take hard drugs; struggling with substance abuse, depression and anxiety—the latter directly influencing his career decisions. These factors culminated in a botched suicide attempt, in 2003. He then undertook rehab, where he engaged with Judaism and later embarked on the band's first tour with his then-wife, Cassie Berman. Although his music and poetry were commercially successful, Berman experienced financial difficulties. This, along with the dissolution of his marriage, casued his return to music that year. Adopting a new band name, Purple Mountains, he released an eponymous debut album, that July. He then intended to tour the album and thus pay off his $100,000 credit card debt. He committed suicide in August. Despite believing his music to be unappreciated, he had acquired a reputation of being "perhaps the finest lyricist of his generation". Berman's lyrics were his creative priority; labouring over them for extended periods of time. They were abstract in nature and had become autobiographical in his later career, sung in a deep and monotone manner. (en)
  • David Cloud Berman (David Craig Berman; January 4, 1967 – August 7, 2019) was an American musician, singer, poet and cartoonist. In 1989, he founded the indie-rock band Silver Jews with Stephen Malkmus and Bob Nastanovich. He was the only constant member during the band's discography, which concluded in 2009, following the band's sixth and final album Lookout Mountain, Lookout Sea (2008). He provided the distinct lyricism and, alongside Malkmus, the sparsely simple country-rock sound—which developed from initial lo-fi recordings. He released his first book of poetry, Actual Air, in 1999. Around this time Berman began to take hard drugs; struggling with substance abuse, depression and anxiety—the latter directly influencing his career decisions. These factors culminated in a botched suicide attempt, in 2003. He then undertook rehab, where he engaged with Judaism and later embarked on the band's first tour with his then-wife, Cassie Berman. Although his music and poetry were commercially successful, Berman experienced financial difficulties. This, along with the dissolution of his marriage, casued his return to music that year. Adopting a new band name, Purple Mountains, he released an eponymous debut album, that July. He then intended to tour the album and thus pay off his $100,000 credit card debt. He committed suicide in August. Despite believing his music to be unappreciated, he had acquired a reputation of being "perhaps the finest lyricist of his generation". Berman's lyrics were his creative priority; labouring over them for extended periods of time. They were abstract in nature and had become autobiographical in his later career, sung in a deep and monotone manner. (en)
  • David Cloud Berman (David Craig Berman; January 4, 1967 – August 7, 2019) was an American musician, singer, poet and cartoonist. In 1989, he founded the indie-rock band Silver Jews with Stephen Malkmus and Bob Nastanovich. He was the only constant member during the band's discography, which concluded in 2009, following the band's sixth and final album Lookout Mountain, Lookout Sea (2008). He provided the distinct lyricism and, alongside Malkmus, the sparsely simple country-rock sound—which developed from initial lo-fi recordings. He released his only book of poetry, Actual Air, in 1999. Around this time Berman began to take hard drugs; struggling with substance abuse, depression and anxiety—the latter directly influencing his career decisions. In 2003, these factors culminated in a botched suicide attempt. He then undertook rehab, engaged with Judaism and embarked on the band's first tour with his then-wife, Cassie Berman. Although his music and poetry were commercially successful, Berman experienced financial difficulties. This, along with the dissolution of his marriage, casued his return to music in 2019. Adopting a new band name, Purple Mountains, he released an eponymous debut album, that July. He then intended to tour the album and thus pay off his $100,000 credit card debt. He committed suicide in August. Despite believing his music to be unappreciated, he had acquired a reputation of being "perhaps the finest lyricist of his generation". Berman's lyrics were his creative priority; labouring over them for extended periods of time. They were abstract in nature and had become autobiographical in his later career, sung in a deep and monotone manner. (en)
  • David Cloud Berman (David Craig Berman; January 4, 1967 – August 7, 2019) was an American musician, singer, poet and cartoonist. In 1989, he founded the indie-rock band Silver Jews with Stephen Malkmus and Bob Nastanovich. He was the only constant member during the band's discography, which concluded in 2009, following the band's sixth and final album Lookout Mountain, Lookout Sea (2008). He provided the distinct lyricism and, alongside Malkmus, the sparsely simple country-rock sound—which developed from initial lo-fi recordings. He released his only book of poetry, Actual Air, in 1999. Around this time Berman began to take hard drugs; struggling with substance abuse, depression and anxiety—the latter directly influencing his career decisions. In 2003, these factors culminated in a botched suicide attempt. He then undertook rehab, engaged with Judaism and embarked on the band's first tour with his then-wife, Cassie Berman. Although Berman'S music and poetry were critically successful, he underwent sever financial difficulties. This, along with the dissolution of his marriage, casued his return to music in 2019. Adopting a new band name, Purple Mountains, he released an eponymous debut album, that July. He then intended to tour the album and thus pay off his $100,000 credit card debt. He committed suicide in August. Despite believing his music to be unappreciated, he had acquired a reputation of being "perhaps the finest lyricist of his generation". Berman's lyrics were his creative priority; labouring over them for extended periods of time. They were abstract in nature and had become autobiographical in his later career, sung in a deep and monotone manner. (en)
  • David Cloud Berman (David Craig Berman; January 4, 1967 – August 7, 2019) was an American musician, singer, poet and cartoonist. In 1989, he founded the indie-rock band Silver Jews with Stephen Malkmus and Bob Nastanovich. He was the only constant member during the band's discography, which concluded in 2009, following the band's sixth and final album Lookout Mountain, Lookout Sea (2008). He provided the distinct lyricism and, alongside Malkmus, the sparsely simple country-rock sound—which developed from initial lo-fi recordings. He released his only book of poetry, Actual Air, in 1999. Around this time Berman began to take hard drugs; struggling with substance abuse, depression and anxiety—the latter directly influencing his career decisions. In 2003, these factors culminated in a botched suicide attempt. He then undertook rehab, engaged with Judaism and embarked on the band's first tour with his then-wife, Cassie Berman. Although Berman'S music and poetry were critically successful, he underwent sever financial difficulties. This, along with the dissolution of his marriage, caused his return to music in 2019. Adopting a new band name, Purple Mountains, he released an eponymous debut album, that July. He then intended to tour the album and thus pay off his $100,000 credit card debt. He committed suicide in August. Despite believing his music to be unappreciated, he had acquired a reputation of being "perhaps the finest lyricist of his generation". Berman's lyrics were his creative priority; labouring over them for extended periods of time. They were abstract in nature and had become autobiographical in his later career, sung in a deep and monotone manner. (en)
  • David Cloud Berman (David Craig Berman; January 4, 1967 – August 7, 2019) was an American musician, singer, poet and cartoonist. In 1989, he founded the indie-rock band Silver Jews with Stephen Malkmus and Bob Nastanovich. He was the only constant member during the band's discography, which concluded in 2009, following the band's sixth and final album Lookout Mountain, Lookout Sea (2008). He provided the distinct lyricism and, alongside Malkmus, the sparsely simple country-rock sound—which developed from initial lo-fi recordings. He released his only book of poetry, Actual Air, in 1999. Around this time Berman began to take hard drugs; struggling with substance abuse, depression and anxiety—the latter directly influencing his career decisions. In 2003, these factors culminated in a botched suicide attempt. He then undertook rehab, engaged with Judaism and embarked on the band's first tour with his then-wife, Cassie Berman. Although Berman's music and poetry were critically successful, he underwent sever financial difficulties. This, along with the dissolution of his marriage, caused his return to music in 2019. Adopting a new band name, Purple Mountains, he released an eponymous debut album, that July. He then intended to tour the album and thus pay off his $100,000 credit card debt. He committed suicide in August. Despite believing his music to be unappreciated, he had acquired a reputation of being "perhaps the finest lyricist of his generation". Berman's lyrics were his creative priority; labouring over them for extended periods of time. They were abstract in nature and had become autobiographical in his later career, sung in a deep and monotone manner. (en)
  • David Cloud Berman (David Craig Berman; January 4, 1967 – August 7, 2019) was an American musician, singer, poet and cartoonist. In 1989, he founded the indie-rock band Silver Jews with Stephen Malkmus and Bob Nastanovich. He was the only constant member during the band's discography, which concluded in 2009, following the band's sixth and final album Lookout Mountain, Lookout Sea (2008). He provided the distinct lyricism and, alongside Malkmus, the sparsely simple country-rock sound—which developed from initial lo-fi recordings. He released his only book of poetry, Actual Air, in 1999. Around this time Berman began to take hard drugs; struggling with substance abuse, depression and anxiety—the latter directly influencing his career decisions. In 2003, these factors culminated in a botched suicide attempt. He then undertook rehab, engaged with Judaism and embarked on the band's first tour with his then-wife, Cassie Berman. Although Berman's music and poetry was, relatively, successful, he experienced financial difficulties. This, along with the dissolution of his marriage, caused his return to music in 2019. Adopting a new band name, Purple Mountains, he released an eponymous debut album, that July. He then intended to tour the album and thus pay off his $100,000 credit card debt. He committed suicide in August. Despite believing his music to be unappreciated, he had acquired a reputation of being "perhaps the finest lyricist of his generation". Berman's lyrics were his creative priority; labouring over them for extended periods of time. They were abstract in nature and had become autobiographical in his later career, sung in a deep and monotone manner. (en)
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  • David Cloud Berman (born David Craig Berman; January 4, 1967 – August 7, 2019) was an American musician, singer, poet and cartoonist best known for his work with indie-rock band the Silver Jews. Although the band primarily existed as a recording project for most of its existence, the Silver Jews toured regularly from 2005 until 2009. In January 2009, Berman announced his retirement from music in hopes of finding a meaningful way of undoing the damage that his estranged father Richard Berman, a lobbyist and public relations executive for the alcohol and tobacco industries among others, had brought upon society. (en)
  • David Cloud Berman (born David Craig Berman; January 4, 1967 – August 7, 2019) was an American musician, singer, poet and cartoonist best known for his work founding and fronting the indie-rock band the Silver Jews. Although the band primarily existed as a recording project for most of its existence, the Silver Jews toured regularly from 2005 until 2009. In January 2009, Berman announced his retirement from music in hopes of finding a meaningful way of undoing the damage that his estranged father Richard Berman, a lobbyist and public relations executive for the alcohol and tobacco industries among others, had brought upon society. (en)
  • David Cloud Berman (January 4, 1967 – August 7, 2019) was an American musician, singer, poet and cartoonist. In 1989, he founded the indie-rock band Silver Jews with Stephen Malkmus, Bob Nastanovich. Although the band primarily existed as a recording project for most of its existence, the Silver Jews toured regularly from 2005 until 2009. In January 2009, Berman announced his retirement from music in hopes of finding a meaningful way of undoing the damage that his estranged father Richard Berman, a lobbyist and public relations executive for the alcohol and tobacco industries among others, had brought upon society. (en)
  • David Cloud Berman (January 4, 1967 – August 7, 2019) was an American musician, singer, poet and cartoonist. In 1989, he founded the indie-rock band Silver Jews with Stephen Malkmus, Bob Nastanovich. He was the only constant member during the band's discography, which concluded in 2009, following the band's sixth and final album Lookout Mountain, Lookout Sea (2008). He provided the band's distinct lyricism and, alongside Malkmus, the sparsely simple country-rock sound—which developed from intial lo-fi recordings. (en)
  • David Cloud Berman ( David Craig Berman; January 4, 1967 – August 7, 2019) was an American musician, singer, poet and cartoonist. In 1989, he founded the indie-rock band Silver Jews with Stephen Malkmus, Bob Nastanovich. He was the only constant member during the band's discography, which concluded in 2009, following the band's sixth and final album Lookout Mountain, Lookout Sea (2008). He provided the band's distinct lyricism and, alongside Malkmus, the sparsely simple country-rock sound—which developed from intial lo-fi recordings. (en)
  • David Cloud Berman ( David Craig Berman; January 4, 1967 – August 7, 2019) was an American musician, singer, poet and cartoonist. In 1989, he founded the indie-rock band Silver Jews with Stephen Malkmus, Bob Nastanovich. He was the only constant member during the band's discography, which concluded in 2009, following the band's sixth and final album Lookout Mountain, Lookout Sea (2008). He provided the band's distinct lyricism and, alongside Malkmus, the sparsely simple country-rock sound—which developed from initial lo-fi recordings. (en)
  • David Cloud Berman ( David Craig Berman; January 4, 1967 – August 7, 2019) was an American musician, singer, poet and cartoonist. In 1989, he founded the indie-rock band Silver Jews with Stephen Malkmus and Bob Nastanovich. He was the only constant member during the band's discography, which concluded in 2009, following the band's sixth and final album Lookout Mountain, Lookout Sea (2008). He provided the band's distinct lyricism and, alongside Malkmus, the sparsely simple country-rock sound—which developed from initial lo-fi recordings. (en)
  • David Cloud Berman ( David Craig Berman; January 4, 1967 – August 7, 2019) was an American musician, singer, poet and cartoonist. In 1989, he founded the indie-rock band Silver Jews with Stephen Malkmus and Bob Nastanovich. He was the only constant member during the band's discography, which concluded in 2009, following the band's sixth and final album Lookout Mountain, Lookout Sea (2008). He provided the distinct lyricism and, alongside Malkmus, the sparsely simple country-rock sound—which developed from initial lo-fi recordings. (en)
  • David Cloud Berman (David Craig Berman; January 4, 1967 – August 7, 2019) was an American musician, singer, poet and cartoonist. In 1989, he founded the indie-rock band Silver Jews with Stephen Malkmus and Bob Nastanovich. He was the only constant member during the band's discography, which concluded in 2009, following the band's sixth and final album Lookout Mountain, Lookout Sea (2008). He provided the distinct lyricism and, alongside Malkmus, the sparsely simple country-rock sound—which developed from initial lo-fi recordings. (en)
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