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Suzzy Roche and Lucy Wainwright Roche Say "I Can Still Hear You" (premiere + interview)

"Lucy's song was written in the dark days of the shutdown. Lucy has a way of inviting people in. I was thrilled when she played it for me," says Suzzy Roche.

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Amy Ray: Goodnight Tender

Steeped in down-home honesty and southern empathy, Amy Ray's Goodnight Tender is as country as it gets. And there ain't nothing wrong with that.

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Lucy Wainwright Roche: There's a Last Time for Everything

There is nothing wrong with Lucy Wainwright Roche’s There’s a Last Time for Everything. But it might be a stronger album if there were.

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The Year in Music: November 2010

November 2010, the subject of our latest look at the year’s biggest events in music, was a month full of new releases, award shows, and artist recognition.

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Indigo Girls: Holly Happy Days

Fear not, skeptics of holiday music: it gets better!

Josh Langhoff
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20 Questions: Indigo Girls

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.

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20 Questions: Amy Ray

Amy Ray: Talking the talk and walking the walk, this singer/songwriter brings you the world with each song.

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Indigo Girls: All That We Let In

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.

Andrew Gilstrap
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Indigo Girls: 21 July 2002: KBCO World Class Rockfest - Winter Park, Colorado

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.

Patrick Schabe
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Indigo Girls: Become You

Become You is among the best they've ever done, and if this album doesn't charm you, nothing will.

Patrick Schabe
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The Indigo Girls (with Spearhead and Rose Pelanzaro)

Patrick Schabe

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