Monday, April 27 2009
Emily Saliers of the Indigo Girls tells us how she'd like to dine with Jesus and urges the President to legalize gay marriage already.
Sunday, July 20 2008
Amy Ray: Talking the talk and walking the walk, this singer/songwriter brings you the world with each song.
Sunday, November 28 2010
Fear not, skeptics of holiday music: it gets better!
Monday, July 12 2010
As much as any band of their era, the Indigo Girls are free to do whatever they want without worrying about critical acclaim or commercial interests. This unfettered approach makes for great live music.
Thursday, March 25 2004
All That We Let In isn't an earth-shaking album -- it doesn't even shake up the Indigo Girls catalog. But it's certainly a comfortable continuation of the band's work, and shouldn't lose any of its appeal over time.
Tuesday, July 30 2002
We came for the Indigo Girls, and we were not alone. Although some decided to beat the traffic by leaving early, it was obvious that a great deal of the crowd were aware of the great shows that the Indigos put on, and planned on sticking it out until the bitter end.
Thursday, March 28 2002
Become You is among the best they've ever done, and if this album doesn't charm you, nothing will.
Monday, September 15 2008
Historically, Indigo Girls fans seem to be split about whether they like the duo better with a full band or in an acoustic setting. So
Monday, January 29 2007
Emily Saliers doesn't really want to talk about the Indigo Girls' anniversary. Twenty years ago, the Georgia-based folk-rock duo released its first album "Strange Fire"