If you've been following this music blog at all for the past month or so, you know we are Waxahatchee superfans here at The Phoenix. Earlier this month, we followed Waxahatchee a/k/a former PS Eliot singer/guitarist Katie Crutchfield around on tour for a week, documenting her stops at a few different towns around New England (in Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, etc.
This is the third installment of our tour diary with Waxahatchee, a/k/a Philly-based songwriter Katie Crutchfield, formerly of PS Eliot. Last week we followed Crutchfield and Don Giovanni Records co-founder Joe Steinhardt around New England for a string of shows, taking notes and photos and videos and audio recordings along the way.
On Sunday morning we drove from Vermont to New Hampshire and saw lots of frozen creeks. The NH show was in Newmarket but we didn’t know anything to do there so we drove to Dover for the afternoon and sat around at Adele’s coffeeshop. At Adele’s Joe was looking through some old photos for an article someone is writing about his record label Don Giovanni which turns 10 this year.
On Saturday afternoon we drove around Vermont surrounded by mountains covered in snowy trees, thinking about coffee. We accidentally listened to no music, but that's not really a problem when you're stuck in a car with Katie Crutchfield and Joe Steinhardt. Last year sister spoke at this series in New York called “Five Minute
Punk Stories” where musicians and writers share quick, funny reflections
on shows and bands and songs.