Indigo Girls at Cape Cod Melody Tent Aug. 2003

All Photo's by Rose Gardina©

EPIC RECORDS TO RELEASE GRAMMY WINNING DUO INDIGO GIRLS
9TH STUDIO ALBUM, ALL THAT WE LET IN ON FEBRUARY 17

Two years after their last album, Become You, Atlanta folk-rock duo Indigo Girls will release All That We Let In, the latest addition to their already formidable catalog. Once again, the duo (singer-guitarists Amy Ray and Emily Saliers) worked with producer Peter Collins, who produced Become You, as well as their 1994 album Swamp Ophelia, and who has also worked with Jewel, Elton John and Brian Setzer, among others. The album's first single, Perfect World, will be released to radio December 15.

Indigo Girls are augmented on the album by their longtime backing band of bassist Clare Kenny, keyboardist Carol Isaacs and drummer Brady Blade (also of Emmylou Harris's band & currently on the road with Dave Mattews). Singer extraordinaire Joan Osborne once again adds her distinct
backing vocals to "Heartache For Everyone, Tether and Rise Up. Osborne also contributed backing vocals to a
number of tracks on 1999's Come On Now Social.

As always, Indigo Girls will support the new album on the road. They plan to tour throughout the year with a full-band and at times as an acoustic duo. In March, they will play a very special four-night stand with the Atlanta Ballet at the Fox Theater in Atlanta; these shows are a reprise of their collaboration from the fall of 2001. The
duo will perform live with their band and an orchestra, as their songs receive modern dance interpretations choreographed by Margo Sappington and performed by the
Atlanta Ballet.

Amy Ray and Emily Saliers have been performing together for over twenty years. They dubbed themselves Indigo
Girls in 1985, and self-released their debut, Strange Fire in 1987. In 1989, they released their self-titled album, which won a Grammy for Best Contemporary Folk
Recording. In the years since, they've played thousands of shows, and sold millions of records. They are also
tireless activists, who have done work on behalf of a number of organizations, including Honor The Earth,
Women's Action for New Directions and Rock The Vote.

 

Indigo Girls @ Honor the Earth Show 2002 click here

Emily Sailers Interview

Honor the Earth Store

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