Born Steven Paul Smith in Omaha, Nebraska, in 1969, the "folk-punk" singer-songwriter was a member of the band Heatmiser. The use of his songs in the movie "Good Will Hunting" brought him mainstream recognition, as well as a Best Original Song Academy Award nomination for "Miss Misery." Smith released six full-length solo albums; the last, "From a Basement on the Hill," was released posthumously, as was "New Moon," a two-disc compilation of rare and unreleased songs recorded during his time with the Kill Rock Stars label. Smith's death on Oct. 21, 2003, was initially reported as an apparent suicide, but its cause was ruled inconclusive.
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Official site by fans includes news, discography, articles, reviews, pictures, fan art, tablature, and lyrics.
Heaven Adores You
Information on Nickolas Rossi's 2014 documentary about Smith's life and music, including press kit, reviews and screenings.
MTV.com: Elliott Smith
Includes news, album reviews, biography, discography, links and bulletin board.
RollingStone.com: Elliott Smith
Includes biography, recordings, pictures, articles, video files, and message board.
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