From the December 1997 issue of Coed Naked Sex (an Ohio zine). It’s reviewing a show I did at Lounge Ax in Chicago on 6/8/97, where I opened for USA and Smog.
<…> Edith Frost was first up, and they did some mildly swaying plaintive ballads. I almost started to cry again. There were six people up on stage, but I’m not sure what they were all doing. Edith led the gang though some vaguely alternative country tunes, occasionally turning around and pulling guitarist Jim O’Rourke’s chin up so he wouldn’t make an imprint on his chest. I didn’t mind. Edith seemed like a nice lady. <…>