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  1. Ink 19 :: Indigo Girls
    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 ...

  2. Ink 19 :: Indigo Girls
    The Indigo Girls' eighth studio album is not quite the back-to-basics record it was
    originally rumored to be, but it certainly does play to the strengths the duo of ...

  3. Ink 19 :: Indigo Girls
    Indigo Girls. Come On Now Social. Epic. Come On Now Social 's opening track, "
    Go," may be something of a shock to those expecting the Indigo Girls of old.

  4. Ink 19 :: Indigo Girls
    Indigo Girls. Shed Your Skin Remix 12". Epic Dance. What an unlikely foray into
    the realm of dance by this Atlanta duo, who rose to fame for their work with ...

  5. Ink 19 :: Indigo Girls
    Feb 27, 2010 ... Jen Cray enjoys a time trip back to 1994 with everyone's favorite college radio
    folk duo, Indigo Girls.

  6. Ink 19 :: Indigo Girls
    Jun 2, 2000 ... The Indigo Girls, with Spearhead (Chastain Park, Atlanta, GA, June 2, 2000).
    Concert review by Jeff Montgomery; photos by Shannah Cahoe ...

  7. Ink 19 :: Fifth Annual Music Midtown
    Managing to weave our way surprisingly close to the stage in a crowd that had to
    consist of the most college-aged men ever to attend an Indigo Girls concert, we ...

  8. Ink 19 :: Eastmountainsouth
    Maslich sounds a touch like Emily Saliers, and tunes like "Winter" should appeal
    to fans of the Indigo Girls. The record's best moments come when the duo takes ...

  9. Ink 19 :: Natalie Wattré Band
    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 ...

  10. Ink 19 :: Sunday
    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.



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