Plato Records (Deventer, Netherlands)

An instore performance with Willard Grant Conspiracy, Joe Pernice and Peter Bruntnell

My band: Peter Linnane (vocals, accordion), Dick Dykman (vocals, mandolin)

Essegem Cultural Center (Brussels, Belgium)

With: Willard Grant Conspiracy, Joe Pernice, Peter Bruntnell

My band: Peter Linnane (vocals, accordion), Dick Dykman (vocals, mandolin)

Doornroosje (Nijmegen, Netherlands)

With: Willard Grant Conspiracy, Joe Pernice, Peter Bruntnell

My band: Peter Linnane (vocals, accordion), Dick Dykman (vocals, mandolin)

Effenaar (Eindhoven, Netherlands)

With: Willard Grant Conspiracy, Joe Pernice, Peter Bruntnell

My band: Peter Linnane (vocals, accordion), Dick Dykman (vocals, mandolin)

SJU Jazzpodium (Utrecht, Netherlands)

With: Willard Grant Conspiracy, Joe Pernice, Peter Bruntnell

My band: Peter Linnane (vocals, accordion), Dick Dykman (vocals, mandolin)

De Kolk Theatre (Assen, Netherlands)

Played solo (all country cover tunes) on a bill with Willard Grant Conspiracy, Joe Pernice and Peter Bruntnell

Milkweg (Amsterdam, Netherlands)

Played solo on a bill with Notwist, Willard Grant Conspiracy, Joe Pernice and Peter Bruntnell

VPRO (Amsterdam, Netherlands)

Played solo on a taped radio show for VPRO (Dutch National Radio)

With: Willard Grant Conspiracy, Joe Pernice

Ink 19 show review

A show review by J. Tritten that appeared on Ink 19 in June 1999 (I’m not sure of the exact date). It’s reviewing a show I did with Brother Danielson and the Fly Seville, at the Middle East Upstairs in Cambridge, Massachusetts on 4/22/99.

<…> Well, those of us there were very happy to get to hear the great Edith Frost sing her blue melodies of heartbreak.  She had with her Amy Domingues (of Tsunami and Telegraph Melts) playing cello, while Edith played her baby blue Stratocaster that I fell in love with the first time I saw her, in New York last year.  Edith had a full band with her then, so I was looking forward to this show and its stripped-down nature.  Her first album, Calling Over Time resembles this line-up, while Telescopic, her second, brings in more instruments at a louder volume.

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Songs:Ohia: Axxess and Ace

Songs:Ohia - Axxess and AceSongs:Ohia: AXXESS AND ACE
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I did backup vocals on the songs "Love Leaves Its Abusers,"
"Captain Badass" and "Come Back To Your Man"


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The Sutler (Nashville, TN)

With: Brother Danielson, Meow Meow

My band: Amy Domingues (cello)

Eventide interview

An interview by Daphne Carr that appeared in the May 1999 issue of Eventide. (The phone interview happened on September 23, 1999.)

The recorded Edith Frost is deliberate; pacing her beautiful country-tinged voice over sweet sweeps of guitar.  Live, a schoolgirl-like nervousness wins the audience’s hearts as she furiously attempts to avert her eyes from the spotlight.

Her first full length, Calling Over Time, features the Chicago personalities of Jim O’Rourke, David Grubbs, Rick Rizzo and Rian Murphy, as well as the High Llamas’ Sean O’Hagan.  The next album, Telescopic, secured her as a vital artist with its warmth and tragedy backed by washed-out distortion, electronic night sounds, and of course, Frost’s unbelievably sweet voice.  She returned from an extensive European tour to her transplanted home of Chicago for a break from performing.  It was there that I found her.

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Paradise Gardens

photo by Edith FrostDaniel and Elin Smith of the Danielson Family on a visit to Howard Finster’s Paradise Gardens in Summerville, GA


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Echo Lounge (Atlanta, GA)

Played at the Echo Lounge with Brother Danielson

My band: Amy Domingues (cello)

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Amy in Atlanta

photo by Edith FrostAmy Domingues at the Echo Lounge

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