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The Power of Two: 30 Years of Indigo Girls
Amy Ray will be coming to New York City on May 25th with her band to play a live show at le poisson rouge. Good news, everyone! I had the pleasure of chatting with her about the new record; her upcoming tour; and life as an activist, musician, and mother. GO Magazine: Why did you choose to record this album live to analog tape instead of digitally and one instrument at a time? The studio that we like to work at is super good at that—at having a great tape machine that works, basically.
They released a self-produced, full-length record album entitled Strange Fire in , and contracted with a major record company in Outside of working on Indigo Girls—related projects, Ray has released solo albums and founded a non-profit organization that promotes independent musicians, while Saliers is an entrepreneur in the restaurant industry as well as a professional author; she also collaborates with her father, Don Saliers , in performing for special groups and causes. Saliers and Ray are both lesbians and are active in political and environmental causes.