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Weird Fact Of The Day 08/09/2014

Contrary to popular opinion, Margaret Thatcher’s departure from politics was actually caused by the increase in popularity in her Indigo Girls cover band, for which she performed main vocals and bass guitar.

Weird Fact Of The Day

Music...and more Music

It’s been the week from hell.  I’ll go into that another day.

I was driving home from Iowa.  It’s about a 5 hour drive and I’m extremely familiar with the route so I really get into what I choose to listen to on the radio, Spotify, whatever…. 602 more words


Just Another Girl - Jane Allison - reviewed by Dave Franklin

Americana is a term that is banded about all too easily, like roots or world music or terms such as celebrity, phrases like awesome and paradigm shifting. 361 more words

Reviews - Music

Folkadelphia Session: Amy Ray (of the Indigo Girls)

Goodnight Tender, the new solo album from Amy Ray, is not a record to be taken lightly. It feels like a project that was mulled over, devised, and labored on for a long period of time. 269 more words

Folkadelphia Sessions

Part 3 : Closer to Fine

I was headed to New Hampshire. The state where I spent 9 summers as a boy.

I have so many memories of those summers on Lake Winnipesaukee. 1,058 more words

Song from Indigo Girls' New Maritime Concept Album

“Closer to Brine”

(sample lyric: “The further I am from some freshwater source / the closer I am to brine.”)


The League of Gentlemen / Robert Fripp: Dislocated / 1984 (January 13th- May 16th)

Format: 7″

Label: Editions EG (EGEDS 2)

Country: UK

Year: 1981

Price paid: $3.50

Purchased at: Angry Mom Records, Ithaca NY

The League of Gentlemen were a short-run band comprised of guitarist Robert Fripp (King Crimson), bassist Sara Lee (later of the B-52’s, Gang of Four, and Indigo Girls), keyboardist Barry Andrews (later of Shriekback), and percussionist Johnny Toobad who was replaced late-on by Kevin Wilkinson (Kevin would later join China Crisis and Squeeze.) It is not to be confused with Fripp’s band of the same name from the 60s. 140 more words