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Channeling the Sugarbakers

Don’t get me wrong. It’s a great song, and the imagery in the video is not lost on me…however, the sight of Amy & Emily in Designing Women drag is alarming! Not to mention that Emily looks like Barbara Bush upon learning that several Katrina evacuees will be coming to stay at Kennebunkport…

Can we call from the mountain to the valley below

It’s that time of year again, folks. Time for the Indigo Girls Ensemble of the Old Town School of Folk Music to rawk the house. So come on down tonight and join us. It’ll be a good time for all. When: Wednesday, April 20, 2004, 8:30pm Where: The Beat Kitchen Hope to see ya there, […]

Driver Education

Just a few photos from yesterday’s whirlwind trip to St. Louis to see the Indigo Girls at the Pageant. Great show as always, y’all.

I Would Be Foolish to Think That I Could Turn It Off and Stay Alive

2003: 2 shows. 2004: 8 shows. 2005: ??? Last night’s show at the Pabst Theater – awesome. Way better than Saturday night’s show in Joliet (mostly because of the audience energy level). Highlights include: Playing the ‘Would You Rather’ game in the car. 7th show of the year w/ Spike. Girlyman! The Girlyman blessing. Nate’s […]

Once in a Very Blue Moon

In case you hadn’t noticed, the staff of has been away on a business the past few days. We’re always working for you, people. Where did we go? Hey, thanks for asking. We flew out to (mostly) sunny Colorado so that we could engage in one of our favorite activities: waiting in line for […]

I’m in the Back Seat Sleepy From the Travel

Just a quick note: the staff of has returned from points west and is hard at work preparing a multimedia report on our travels – just for you! Stay tuned… [Indigo Girls lyrics = 68]

Thanks Y’All!!

Yes, our favorite (and often heard) response from Amy & Emily. And here in the Southland, it’s an official-sanctioned apparently grammatically acceptable word. Check out the index of words from the court’s transcript from yesterday…

Shine My Life Like a Light

Music has always meant so much to me. When I’m happy, music allows me retain that emotional state. When I’m sad, the first thing I do is play the particular song that hits me between the eyes to let me know I’m not the only person in the world that has experienced whatever I’m going […]

If this is what 40 looks like…

The Prize is Always Worth the Rocky Ride

Okay, the ride wasn’t all that rocky—smooth roads, perhaps 5 miles of construction…and twelve hours of waiting outside The Pageant in St. Louis to secure our spots inside at the stage was well worth it. We made the most of the time—and beautiful weather—in St. Louis. The Girls played about half the selections from their […]