Interview with an Indigo Girl

Shapiro, Gregg
March 2009
Outlook Weekly;3/25/2009, Vol. 13 Issue 38, p26
An interview with singer and songwriter Emily Saliers, member of the band Indigo Girls, is presented. She notes that she and band member Amy Ray founded IG Records after being dismayed with their previous recording labels. She believes that the release of their album "Poseidon and the Bitter Bug" under IG Records 20 years after their debut was just timing. She adds that the band and acoustic music in the album was the idea of producer Mitchell Froom.


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