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The Indigo Girls sound like they are finally free from the strains of major labels.
The two-disc Poseidon and the Bitter Bug is the first independent release for the ...
Jun 2, 2000 ... The Indigo Girls, with Spearhead (Chastain Park, Atlanta, GA, June 2, 2000).
Concert review by Jeff Montgomery; photos by Shannah Cahoe ...
Feb 27, 2010 ... b>Jen Cray</b> enjoys a time trip back to 1994 with everyone's favorite college
radio folk duo, <b>Indigo Girls</b>.
with Indigo Girls, Koko Taylor, and drivin' n' cryin'. Midtown Atlanta 5.1.98-5.3.98.
by Laura Fine. Opening night at Music Midtown looked promising: the crowd as ...
Natalie Wattré's big, somewhat gravelly voice might make for some really good
songs, but here, trying for some kind of unholy Indigo Girls/Linda Perry/Alanis ...
Take all the life and colour out of The Indigo Girls' music, throw in some rhyming
or alliterative lyrics that make absolutely no sense (e.g., "I'm too young to know ...
May 6, 2001 ... May 6, 2001, featuring The Indigo Girls, Shemekia Copeland, Evan And Jaron,
Kenny Howes & the Yeah!, and Nillah. Review by James Mann.
Amy Ray -- who is best known as one half of The Indigo Girls -- has gone solo.
With her new album, Stag, Amy Ray no longer shares her creative vision with ...
Like Heart and Indigo Girls, Imaginary Friends feature two front women -- Stacy
Robin and Donna Rawlins -- who sing with beauty and grace. It's a bit startling to
Denizens of Atlanta's live music scene over the past decade or so are well
familiar with the presence of The Indigo Girls' Amy Ray. Whether at a showcase