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Eaux Claires and Justin Vernon’s Culture of Collaboration

By: John Gaudes

Eaux Claires is a new festival. In its promotion, we were told it’d be a different kind of music festival. Not put together by a promoter, but by human beings. 1,130 more words

Culture

Amy Ray of the Indigo Girls reflects on 30 years in the music industy

Amy Ray of the Indigo Girls joins Justin to talk about her life in music, the significance of R.E.M. and Lilith Fair to her career, the ups and down of the industry, the importance of activism and the amazing fan base that the Indigo Girls continue to have today. 9 more words

The Download

I Have a Story.

I have a story. I don’t know how it turns out. I don’t even fully know where it begins. I don’t know who the hero is (let’s hope it’s me). 523 more words

Y'all Means All, Even The Lesbians

In the late 90’s I saw the Indigo Girls play at Riverbend. I’ve never been one for crowds in general, much less the kind of 600,000 strong crowds Chattanooga’s nine-day music festival can draw. 341 more words

Indigo Girls' Emily Saliers talks 'One Lost Day' and playing her Atlanta hometown

BY MELISSA RUGGIERI

It’s been four years since the Indigo Girls released a new album.

In the interim, they’ve toured consistently, filling theaters and moderate-sized sheds. 706 more words

Ajc Music Scene

Learned It On Me - One Lost Day; The Indigo Girls

there comes a time eventually
when the cold black water goes under the bridge
so I say yes we can meet up
it’s been too long and life goes on and I can do this…

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Lyrics And Quotes I Didn't Write But The Deserve To Be Shared

Folkadelphia Radio #239 on WXPN (6/17/2015)

Folkadelphia Radio #239 aired on WXPN on June 17th, 2015 from 22-23:00 and featured an in-studio session from The Indigo Girls, which can be heard… 117 more words

Radio