"I don’t recommend [being onstage seven months pregnant with a baby]. We got off the road thinking that we had a whole lot of time just to be pregnant at home. Not a chance. We had the baby immediately, almost as soon as I got home. A full-sized baby. Thank God I had him then, or I would have died. Oh, but he’s a beautiful, healthy kid. My six-year-old is very dark, he’s a big, brown-eyed, beautiful kid, but he looks very, very sad and dark. He’s very quiet. Dylan is the definition of introverted. For him, what’s going on inside is the most important planet in the world. You can tell sometimes when he looks at you that he’s really not seeing you. He’s taking a good look at what’s going on back there. Now Ryder, the baby, is this blooming, tan, blond, blue-eyed little lifeguard who is a complete extrovert. You can’t walk down the street in Manhattan without people talking to him. Every single corner we come to, we can’t cross the street."
Kristin Hersh interviewed by Frank Andrick for JoyZine, 1992
Throwing Muses. Kristin Hersh, Leslie Langston and Tanya Donelly pictured during a live performance at the Wesleyan University (Middletown, CT) in 1987, exact date unknown.
by Scott Munroe shared on Facebook.
Throwing Muses. Kristin Hersh pictured during a live performance, published by Thrasher Magazine, October 1989 issue.
by Kristin Callahan
Throwing Muses. From the University (4AD/Sire 1995) CD inlay card. Left to right: Bernard Georges, Kristin Hersh and Dave Narcizo.
drawing by Shinro Ohtake; picture by Steve Gullick
Kristin Hersh. Holding the “A” of the 4AD logo for a cover story on the label’s 13th anniversary for Melody Maker, 24th of July 1993 issue.
by Tom Sheehan
Throwing Muses. Early promo picture taken in 1985; left to right: Tanya Donelly, Dave Narcizo and Kristin Hersh.
by Richard Donelly