Spellbinding Performance – WAXAHATCHEE Covers Folk Legend WOODY GUTHRIE

19 August 2021

Artist: WAXAHATCHEE
Who: Moniker of American
singer/songwriter Katie Crutchfield
Active since 2010 / 5 studio LPs so far

Song: TALKING DUST BOWL BLUES
Original: By legendary folk songsmith WOODY GUTHRIE
(July 14, 1912 – October 3, 1967).


(photo by Turn Up The Volume)

A Guthrie tribute album – Home In This World: Woody Guthrie’s Dust Bowl Ballads – curated by Grammy-winning producer Randall Poster arrives next month. It features
artists such as by Lee Ann Womack, John Paul White, Mark Lanegan, Lillie Mae, Shovels and
Rope, Chris Thile, Colter Wall, Watkins Family Hour, the Felice Brothers, Swamp Dogg, and Parker Millsap
.

Waxahatchee contributes also. Her version of Talking Dust Bowl Blues
truly honors the spirit and soul of the American folk hero.

Enjoy here…

The original by Woody…

Home In This World: Woody Guthrie’s Dust Bowl Ballads
is out 10th September via Elektra

A Moody Beauty – WAXAHATCHEE Covers BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN

31 March 2021

One of the most praised albums of 2020 was WAXAHATCHEE‘s
– born Katie Crutchfield – fifth longplayer SAINT CLOUD.

A deluxe edition of Saint Cloud is out now, including three covers. Lucinda Williams’
Fruits Of My Labor, Dolly Parton’s Light Of A Clear Blue Morning, and my favorite
(although I still like the original more), Bruce Springsteen’s Streets Of Philadelphia.
A song The Boss wrote for the 1993 movie Philadelphia. A moody beauty.

Listen here…

The Bruce original

WAXAHATCHEE: Facebook

WAXAHATCHEE Shares New Folky Track From Upcoming Album – Here’s ‘LILACS’…

Reveries for the laziest day of the week

23 February 2020

WAXAHATCHEE aka KATIE CRUTCHFIELD releases her fifth album, titled ‘SAINT CLOUD‘ on 27 March. After sharing lead-single Fire’ last month here’s another new one. Although ‘LILACS‘ isn’t an optimistic song as it’s about “backsliding into old behaviors that don’t serve you and sort of letting your worst self get the best of you” it sounds uplifting and light-hearted. A bit folky and country balancing between Dolly Parton and Lucinda Williams.

Enjoy here…

WAXAHATCHEE: Facebook