Johnny Vomit & The Dry Heaves

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Johnny Vomit & The Dry Heaves
Origin Corinth, Mississippi, United States
Genres Garage rock, garage punk, rock and roll
Years active Unknown — 1993
Labels Goner Records
Associated acts The Oblivians
Squirrel Nut Zippers
Tennessee Tearjerkers
South Filthy
Members Johnny Vomit
Jim Mathus
Jack Yarber

Johnny Vomit & The Dry Heaves was a high school garage band that formed in mid-1980s Corinth, Mississippi, that featured future leaders of the Oblivians and Squirrel Nut Zippers, Jack Oblivian (né Yarber) and Jim Mathus. Under the names Johnny Goopa (Yarber on drums) and Bart Barf (Mathus on bass), they supported Johnny Vomit on two seven-inch records issued on Eric (né Friedl) Oblivian's Goner Records.

Mathus would later appear (as a guest musician) alongside Yarber in his band South Filthy, which also features Memphis legend Monsieur Jeffrey Evans, Texan-via-Chicago blues harmonicist, Walter Daniels, and Adam "Bomb" Woodard. Mathus appears on both their Sympathy for the Record Industry-released LPs.[citation needed]

Seven Inch Singles[edit]

*Release dates only, recording dates unknown.

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