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date:         fri, 28 apr 2000 11:05:41 -0700
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the following message was posted to the duke lgbt
listserv today. a couple of people here on the list
were complaining about the duke concert being
restricted to undergraduates only, so this is
pertinent.


tracy
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all-
if you haven't already heard, the "last day of
classes" event featuring agents of good roots,
michelle malone, and the indigo girls was a wonderful
success!  thank you to the 16 a-team members who
attended and helped
tremendously with ushering!

campus council (made up of 16 student representatives
from each residential area) worked very hard to
provide a great show.  unfortunately, due to the
inclement weather (the indigo girls would not play
outdoors if temperatures fell below 55 degrees) the
show was moved in to page auditorium.  this decision
had to be made by noon on tuesday, april 25th in order
for the group to cancel the $8,500 outdoor stage with
no financial penalty.

the office of student development, along with several
other offices around campus, received many phone calls
yesterday.  the calls were basically complaints
regarding the fact that graduate students and
employees (yes, employees) could not get tickets to
the show.  i'd like to clarify how and why this
decision was made and would greatly appreciate any
support you could offer in relaying this information
to those who have or may call your office.

the last day of classes event is one that was
originally created to celebrate the undergraduate
student body's last day of classes.  over the past few
years, the event has been paid for exclusively by the
residential program fee - a $70/person/year fee paid
only by undergraduate students residing in our
residence halls.  the campus council is the
representative governing body for our residential
community.  the event is traditionally held outdoors
on the ci quad therefore all in the duke community
have been welcome to attend.  these past two years
we've unfortunately had inclement weather and had to
move the show to page.

it is the decision of the campus council, specifically
the last day planning committee, to determine how to
most equitably distribute tickets.  please trust me
when i share that this decision is agonizingly
difficult as we know there will be folks left out.
given the fact that undergraduate residential
student fees funded the show and the limited size
venue, the only fair decision was to limit ticket
distribution to undergraduates.   page auditorium can
barely accommodate 20% of our undergraduate student
body.  it is very unfortunate that we do not have an
appropriate rain site venue for large scheduled
outdoor concerts.  as a side note: campus council is
not
permitted to use cameron as a rain site.    due to the
limited size venue, campus council arranged (with
little notice and special thanks to technical
services) to provide live audio of the show to the ci
quad.  a live video was suggested however prohibited
under the terms of the band contract.

over 1,000 tickets were distributed in less than one
hour.   it was also decided that once the indigo girls
took the stage (approx. 10pm), empty seats would be
counted and those waiting outside would be let in with
proper id, undergraduate or graduate.  fire safety
personnel were present and being very strict (as they
should), insuring that  fire code was not violated.
page was filled to capacity and it seemed evident from
student response that all who attended thoroughly
enjoyed the show.

please let me know if you have any questions or
concerns. hopefully on last day in april of 2001, we
will have spectacular weather.

thank you.
deb
* (proud) advisor of campus council

debbie lo biondo, assistant dean
duke university
student development and residential education
suite 200 crowell hall, box 90946
durham, nc 27708-0946
919-684-6313 phone
919-681-7390 fax
>dab@acpub.duke.edu

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date:         fri, 28 apr 2000 21:24:00 -0400
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so...
as for least complicated...
i emailed the reporter who wrote the article for the chronicle and asked him
about that comment.

it apparently wasn't from the interview, it was just his own
interpretation of the song which is/was very similar to the things said here.

he said he didn't mean it was composed after they recognized their
sexuality, just that it addressed the issue.

-so, that's that!

if anyone does have a tape of the duke show...please please please (so if
you get one let me know) i would've taped but i dont have equipment.
supposedly its also not allowed in the auditorium.  period.

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date:         fri, 28 apr 2000 21:19:33 -0400
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so!
even though i am generally silent, i thought i would post, since i may
have been the only one at the duke show. i have a lot to say, so you'll
have to skim to find whatever parts you're interested in!

i am an undergrad at duke, so i have a student i.d. (obviously) and had a
ticket, and got in line at 5pm to get a front row seat! :-)

moving it indoors
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sorry to those of you who had hoped to attend, but were unable to...but
you probably weren't as upset as some undergrads

every year duke has a concert outdoors on the last day of classes which
is free to students. when it is bad weather they have to move it into
page auditorium, which only holds about 20% of the student body.

they started handing out tickets at 2pm to students who lined up on the
day of the concert, one per i.d.  all of the tickets (over 1,000) were
given out in less than an hour.  they had said they would hand tickets
out from 2-4, so at 4 there were still people coming up hoping to get
tickets.

many grad students and faculty were upset that they couldn't get tickets,
but the concert was paid for by undergrad residential fees, so only
undergrads were given tix

also many people complained because the concert was moved indoors due to
weather because come the day of the concert it was no longer raining, and
even got nice out: but they had to make the decision to move the concert by
noon the day before in order not to lose money on the stage they had
rented.

because it was nice weather, and so few people could fit in page, campus
council arranged to set up speakers outside on the quad (that scott was
talking about) to bring the concert to more people.  and in, it did start
raining before the concert was over.

also...the auditorium was not full for the two openers but started filing
up before i.g.  when it was time for the i.g. to start, the people in
charge counted empty seats, and let in anyone with an i.d. undergrad or
grad (and others?) waiting outside that would fit in the theatre, even if
they didn't have a ticket.

i can only assume the reason they wouldn't let anyone else in even with
people leaving was because they were trying to maintain the open
atmosphere there would be if it was on the quad.  they stamped your hand
when you went in, so theoretically you could leave and come back.


setlist
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openers:

agents of good roots
michelle malone
(both played about an hour)
     -emily also sang a song w/ michelle

the first three or so are right, and the last one and the encore, but in
between they are out of order, i am sure.  i am almost positive this is
all that was played though (just not necessarily in this order).

michelle malone joined in on some songs, but i do not know which ones.


> mystery
> shame on you
> peace tonight
> reunion
> least complicated
> oziline
> power of two
> jonny rottentale
> philosophy of loss
> faye tucker
> jonas & ezekiel
> closer to fine
> get out the map
> it's alright
> go, go, go
> chickenman
----encores:
> gone again
> love's recovery
> galileo

what else happened at the concert (what was said, etc)
-----------------------------------
the crowd was very enthusiastic (be it out of real gladness or drunkeness),
and stood for most of the concert.  it was definitely an old song/popular
song crowd, but they cheered for everything, and i only noticed one song
that was widely talked through from my vantage point.  people listened
pretty well for the most part it seemed.

amy and emily weren't very talkative at this concert but here is some of
what was said/what happened:

-amy said "so classes are over? when are exams?" a bunch of people
sreamed stuff out and she said something like "never? what kindof a system
are you on?"

-near the beginning after people cheered for one song they looked into the
audience and one of them said something about "it's good to know we have
friends here" (in reaction, i assume to the articles in the paper saying
many people thought ig didn't have mass appeal).

-they thanked the students who had brought them there and worked to put
on the show. they dedicated one of the songs (i forget which) to a girl
from one of the students and emily said "i think he's sweet on you..."

-they played like one chord of ( i think) least complicated, and then
stopped, and
amy said "that's mever happened before" then she said something like. "emily
just said something funny and sometimes when she says something funny i
just can't stop laughing to play" then she added "it was really funny.
anyway..."

-a girl near the front was holding up a sign that says "gothic queers
love you" (duke's g, l, b, t) group and amy read it, smiled, and gave a
thumbs up

-at some point someone was holding up a request sign and emily ( i think?)
said "ah, that one's not on the list tonight" and then (amy?) said "but,
you never know, we might play it." and (emily?) said "yeah. you never
know..." amy said "take something out that you don't want to hear, put in
what you want to hear.  maybe"

-about peace tonight "now we're going to sing a song about being down by
the river with your friends.."

-about go, go, go: amy said "i wrote this song when" and then told about the
high schools that didn't want them
to play, and said something about the students there, and said "this song
is for them"

-evidently toward the end, there were people who kept yelling out galileo and
they finally said "we're going to do that one later."

-before the last song, they said "okay, here s the moment you've been
waiting for, but first we have a little something to say"
they talked about the bill thats in congress to transport nuclear waste
across the country and trains and trucks to bury it out west, said
clinton had vetoed it, but one of our nc congressmen was going to try
to overturn it.  they urged us to "call, email, or write a letter" (amy i
believe) and then the deadline was very soon, so (emily?) said "write a
letter real quick.  fed-ex it" (or something about fed-ex)


hmm...maybe they did talk a lot? not really, though.

amy wore clunky grey/bluish shoes, a cowboy type hat, a white button down
shirt that looked like it has stripes (?) over some other shirt, and
houndstooth/checkered pants.  emily wore black

that's the report...
hope you got something out of it. sorry its soooo long.  ill put least
complicated in another email.

it was a great concert...but maybe i'm biased...

-h.m

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date:         fri, 28 apr 2000 21:38:46 edt
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hiya peeps.  here is an article from this weeks mountain express paper, from
asheville, nc.  a pretty lengthy interview with ms. ray. below that is just a
little bit about the show last night... peace :)  oh and please excuse all
typos.  im going fast here and will not take time to worry about my finger
slippage :)

april 26-may 2, 2000
"brave new world- the indigo girls debut a harder sound"
~by cindy burda

the music may be changing, but the message is the same.  so pop in the indigo
girls latest cd, last year's come on now social, and let the first track rip.
yes, rip.
fans who discovered the georgia duo through melodious, ernest- and of course,
acoustic- tunes like "closer to fine" and "southland in the springtime" may
be surprised by this latest effort.  "go," and several other cuts on the
girls seventh full length epic album, have a fresh, cutting edge.  pounding
electric guitars, amatching vocal style and a new backup band mark a dramatic
break with amy ray and emily saliers well known sound.

listen closely, though:  through the din, you'll hear an undeniable call to
femisit action.  there's also a graphic denunciation of the death penalty,
and an ironic commentary on our society's legal drugs:  beer and remote
control.  in other words, classic indigo fare, where the moral of the story
holds center stage.

in a recent phone interview, i asked one-half of the act, amy ray, if 10
years of successful recording and touring had changed- or perhaps refined-
the indigo girls message.

"usually, if i express and activiist perspecive in my music, it's something i
dont really change my mind about", she replies.  "i mean, yeah, writing a
song helps me refine the thought and makes me undersatand my perspective
better.  my terminology has changed alot, though.  i look back aon some of my
earlier songs and the words that i used, and i think, "thats naive, or that's
not right.  there is this song i wrote called world falls and i still feel
the same things i felt when i wrote it.  but there is a line where i say, 'i
wish i were a nomad, or an indian or sant.'  i wouldnt use that terminology
anymore.  it's breaking something down into this really simplified and almost
derogatory language.

"the feeling is so much more complex than that", she continues.  "so i think
maturity makes you change your language over time, probably more than the way
you actually feel about things."

"when i first started singing and playing guitar, i was really young- like
10.  i think i did it because i had feelings i wanted to express.  i dont
think i was intellectually aware of the musicality of it, and i dont think i
was specifically focused on protest music.  i think i was just, like, this is
a good way to express myself, to express these jumbled-up feelings"

i wondered if any of the 10-year old amy songs had survived.

"god no!" she says laughing.  "nothing survived before, like, age 19 or 20.
the really early stuff is just bad, honestly.  now, some of emily's early
sutff is really good.  we havent put any of it on records, but i have tapes
of it.  it's kinda spooky.  maybe she'll go back to it someday. "

though ray freely admits she's much better as an indigo girl, both she and
emily have plans for solo work and outside collaborations.  what direction
will ray's work take?

"punk.  definitely punk"

really?

"yea, really.  im already recording some of the stuff.  as a solo artist,
that just tends to be the direction i go in.  very different from indigo
girls," she admits.

so who helps ray fulfill her darker visions when she's playing hooky from her
famous band?

"well, im recordding with a lot of bands, with a lot of my friends.  for
instance, ive been recoreding with this punky band from durham, the butchies."

given the leap from soulful strumming to punk, i wondered if she has worried
at all about tainting her image as a grammy-winning folk singer.  as it turns
out, that image seems to have been more hinrace than help to the indigo girls
in recent years.

"were experiencing a real backlash aganst womens music in my industry right
now.  we used to enjoy a lot of support from commercial, alternative radio.
but after all that lilith fair stuff, they really went this completely other
way.  they fell their demographic is really male.  we put out this fock
single last month, and not one of those commercial alternative stations is
willing to play it.  and they said it: becuse we are indigo girls.  were
women. and our image isnt right.  it's sexism- and also the corporatization
of the radio, stemming from the telecommunications act of 1996, that just let
stations merge and become really corporate."

dont worry about the girls yielding to the winds of change, just yet though.
ray mentions that she adn emily will be going the acoustic route for the
upcoming asheville show.  cons songs will be featured, of course, albeit
without the back up band.  so if you're a die-hard devotee of the classic
indigo gound, you wont be disappointed.

but those who crazve a preview of ray's forthcoming work wont have to wait
long.  she's hosting a five-city tour to celebrate the 10th anniversary of
her independent label, daemon records.  ray and several other daemon artists,
plus the butchies on loan from mr. lady, will appear at asheville's be here
now on saturday, may 27.

lucky asheville: the old and the new within two months- and just a few city
blocks"
~~~~~~~~~~~
well there you have it.  can you tell i got lazy with the capital letters? :)
the show was outstanding, as to be expected.  michelle just gets better and
better each time i see her as well.  michael lorant was there and played
several songs with ig too.  i do have one complaint, however.  it seems as
though more and more the crowd is getting louder.  sometimes i cant even hear
them b/c the crowd sings so loudly, and i feel like they are constantly
straining trying to sing over the audience.  seriously.  oh well.  i guess
it's part of being good.  regardless, still a beautiful show.  i was blessed
to have heard emily sing philosophy of loss solo, on her guitar.  amy also
played a new solo acoustic song.  i cant remember much of it, but she did
these little shouting things during the chorus.. was pretty good!
here are some of the songs, in no particular order (courtesy of erin's
memory..)
poloss
amy's new song
gone again
galileo
wood song
c2fine
cold beer and remote control
go
ozillene
andy
chickenman
land of canaan (ahh em's solo will never get old!)
thin line
jonas and ezekiel (well yah)
least complicated
it's alright
shame on you


seemed rather short.. im sure im missing a couple here.  and i was like,
what!?  no ghost or power of two?  eeek!  oh yea and michelle played strength
for two and emily sang and played it with her.. ahh.. heavenly.  i do wish
she'd get more air-time.  she blows me away...

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date:         fri, 28 apr 2000 21:42:35 edt
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i guess by the question mark you can all tell that im going to ask if anyone
booted it, and if so, could we please set up a trade?  thanks all... oh yea..
mystery was played too.. they were in quite a cheery mood.. didnt say a whole
lot, but said "we luv asheville" about 5 different times :)  hee!
-peace,
erin

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date:         fri, 28 apr 2000 18:46:10 -0700
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>"emily
>just said something funny and sometimes when she
>says something funny i
>just can't stop laughing to play" then she added
>"it was really funny.
>anyway..."

so did she let you guys in on what was so funny?

pax, celeste:)


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asheville was awesome last night.  i drove up from
atlanta, and got there about three.  ended up first
row center, which was wonderful.  erin covered almost
everything.  i almost got the setlist, but it ended up
getting ripped by two girls next to me.  i did get a
pic though (again).  the show was wonderful, and i was
so glad to hear philosophy of loss and mystery.  only
a two song encore (thin line and galileo), but they
were under time constraints and could only play until
10:45 (weeek night policies).  michelle's set was
pretty short too.  definitely worth the six hours of
driving and four hours waiting in line.

the girl next to me was booting, but since directly
behind us was a girl who yelled "em-ly" every five
mintues, including during philosophy of loss, it may
not turn out. plus, apparently her boot didn't come
out from the duke show the night before. i'll keep you
guys updated if it came out though.

:)carrie

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hey-
no, they never did let us in on what was so funny

and strength for two...that is what michelle and emily sang...

and michael lorant was there too...
when they were all out there for a song amy talked about them all being
part of new mongrels

andat the beginning of the show when they were saying hello and they were
glad to be there, etc, they also said "hello to all those outside" (or
something to all those outside, i forget...

and one of the girls came out to introduce each michelle, and agents of
good roots

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<<i'm straight so i'm not sure i ever would have seen that angle.
evryone, thanks for sharing and opening my eyes  to the meaning>>

my sentiments almost to a tee......thanks!


barb


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hey, isnt equality rocks going to be broadcast on cable today?? anyone know if
it is, and if so, the time and channel?? thanks,
karen (who is pissed b/c an academic responsibility is preventing her from
attending the concert tonight...)


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date:         sat, 29 apr 2000 08:28:36 pdt
reply-to:     bancu rugbygrrl <ravishingruggrbc@hotmail.com>
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so is this actually 4:15 on the east coast?

rugbygrrl


>from: denise <jingles31@excite.com>
>reply-to: denise <jingles31@excite.com>
>to: indigo-girls@netspace.org
>subject: emily chat
>date: fri, 28 apr 2000 09:38:24 -0700
>
>from the official site (http://www.indigogirls.com)
>--online chat with emily
>
>   artistdirect.com will be featuring a chat with emily on may 5th at
>1.15pm
>pdt. for all the details and a
>   chance to submit a question beforehand, check out the artistdirect event
>page.--
>
>may 5 is a friday and i'll be in class.  darn it all.
>denise
>
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date:         sat, 29 apr 2000 14:23:04 -0400
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the march on the mall tomorrow is supposed to be b'cast tomorrow on c-span -
equality rocks is webcast on planetout i think starting at 5 - hey - at
least listening is free!


mike r.

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date:         sat, 29 apr 2000 16:49:02 edt
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has anyone else been able to order tickets thru ticketmaster on line? i't
4:50pm and my computer keeps telling me they aren't on sale yet but on the
phone , they are.

i tried for 45 minutes this morning both on the phone and computer and never
got thru..............ticketmaster sucks!!! that's all i have to say.


michelle

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date:         sat, 29 apr 2000 17:34:22 -0400
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i ran into the same thing this morning. i got lucky and got through by phone
since i live in augusta, ga and used the local number here and got through
on the first call but it was already 10:30am. the seats aren't the best (row
dd orchestra center) but aleast i'll be there.

kathy
ps. i'm just excied about two concerts in two weekends since i'll be at the
daemon records 10th the weekend before.

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subject:      2 tampa tix available
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hey everyone,

well, something came up and i am unable to make it to the tampa show on may
5th. i have 2 tickets, they're in the 5th row (row e) seats 11 and 12 in the
center section (section 200). i paid $36 each for them, but i may be willing
to negotiate a price. i'd just like to at least get sometihng for them.
these are great seats and i wish i could go. anyone interested please email
me at shameonu86@aol.com or janedoe882@hotmail.com

thanks,

danielle
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date:         sat, 29 apr 2000 23:01:26 edt
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hey.....
i was wondering if anyone would want to do a trade or if i could send them a
blank for this....
i want a new copy because for some reason, my copy is slow....
its kinda weird, but you can't listen to it....
without going crazy
carol
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date:         sun, 30 apr 2000 16:08:16 edt
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hi y'all,

i'm sitting here, with the sound of sweet spring just outside the window of
the hospital, having an indigo girls' withdrawal moment.  if anyone went to
the center city festival in nc last night, please post a review.

for lunch, just contemplating the sunshine, young light green leaves now
clothing the bare branches, breathing in the pink and white-flowered trees
around town yesterday--made me think of amy's line, "all the beauty just
keeps shaking me", in world falls.

just walking around with her mouth open,
diane
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