lifeblood: listlogs: 2000v03n052-news


ig-news-digest          monday, april 3 2000          volume 03 : number 052


today's subjects:
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  [ig-news] indigo girls on tour!    [epic_records@epiccenter.music.sony.com]
  [ig-news] university of chicago show review              [memememi@aol.com]
  [ig-news] more univ. of chicago articles (very long)     [memememi@aol.com]
  [ig-news] new dates!            [michael cunningham <mcunningham@pbp1.com>]
  [ig-news] indigo girls cds for sale!   [danny <danny.verheezen@pandora.be>]
  [ig-news] eku show review!  ["karen, the biggest indigo girls bitch of jap]
  [ig-news] uc - 3/30                   ["liz shepard" <strngwnd@elpaso.net>]
  [ig-news] ig tix for sale for may 6 sunfest show  [nancy lambert <armydill]
  [ig-news] rolling stone articles on ig                   [hunterj1@aol.com]


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date: thu, 30 mar 2000 20:56:49 gmt
from: epic_records@epiccenter.music.sony.com
subject: [ig-news] indigo girls on tour!


[sherlyn's note: this is the latest mailer from epic, for
those of you not on the official ig mailing list...]

emily and amy are hitting the road!  


indigo girls are ringing in spring 2000 starting today,
march 30th, as an acoustic duo!  the girls will be playing
songs from their seven epic albums, including their
acclaimed 1999 release come on now social.  check out the
tour dates below.


the indigo girls will be making cameo appearances, 4/6 and
5/12, on the spitfire tour--a free speech tour, co-created
by zack de la rocha of rage against the machine, featuring
musicians, actors and activists speaking out on global
affairs and contemporary issues. for more info., and all
the latest on the indigo girls, go to:


http://www.indigogirlsonline.com/
http://www.indigogirls.com/


some of these dates are closed to the public.  please check
the website details:


3/30    u. of chicago (make up show)   mandel hall
3/31    e. kentucky u, richmond, ky    alumni hall
4/6     spitfire/lecture tour-not a performance    
        northern illinois u/dekalb, il
4/7     u. of pa/indiana, pa           fisher aud
4/8     bucknell u/lewisburg, pa       fieldhouse
4/9     scranton, pa                    
        scranton cultural center
4/10    cornell u/ithaca, ny           barton hall
4/13    sarah lawrence college         campbell sprts ctr
        bronxville ny
4/14    priceton u. princeton nj       poe field
4/15    manhattanville college         on the quad
        purchase, ny
4/16    american u/wash, dc            woods brown ampth
4/18    wellesley college/wellesley,ma alumni thtre
4/19    styvesant high school, nyc
4/20    u of nh/durham,nh              whittemore arena
4/21    colby college/waterville, me   wadsworth gym
4/26    duke univeristy, durham, nc    on the quad
4/27    asheville, nc                  thomas wolfe aud
4/28    myrtle beach, sc               house of blues
4/29    charlotte, nc                  city ctr festival
5/2     jacksonville, fl               florida thtre
5/3     orlando, fl                    house of blues
5/5     tampa                          tampa p.a.c.
5/6     sunfest in west palm beach, fl  
        ampitheatre stage, flagler drive
5/7     nashville, tn                  
        river stages/riverfront main stage
5/12    spitfire lecture tour--not a performance
        u. of cincinatti
5/13    jammin on main festival in cincinnati, oh
6/2,6/3 chastain ampitheatre in atlanta, ga
6/7     wolf trap ampitheatre in vienna, va      
        1551 trap road
6/20    ravinia festival in highland park, il              
        pavillion at 400 iris lane


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buy indigo girls albums online @ the store
http://thestore.sonymusic.com/thestore/music.asp?talent_id=208443


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get more indigo girls info:
http://www.indigogirlsonline.com/
http://www.epicrecords.com/


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interested in receiving info on more great epic records
artists? go to:
http://www.epiccenter.com/epiccenter/docs/epicsignup.taf
and sign up for the epiccenter e-mail list.

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date: fri, 31 mar 2000 17:31:03 -0500
from: memememi@aol.com
subject: [ig-news] university of chicago show review


[sherlyn's note: this message was originally sent to the indigo
girls mailing list at netspace.org.]


a review of last night's show from the chicago maroon (college paper)
(http://www.chicagomaroon.com)


march 31, 2000
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indigo girls play sold-out show at mandel
    postponed mab concert a success
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lisa n. taverna
associate news editor
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thursday night's indigo girls concert filled mandel hall to standing-room
only capacity with over 1,000 enthusiastic university of chicago students.
the major activities board (mab) was forced to cancel its first scheduling of
the concert because indigo girl amy ray had appendicitis. members of mab
believe that the rescheduled concert was one of the best shows that it has
staged in the last few years.


"i was very impressed with the energy onstage and in the audience," said
jeremy taub, a 3rd-year and mab's talent buyer, who finds and schedules the
acts. "there was enthusiasm all around."


during the sold-out concert, the indigo girls, emily saliers and amy ray,
played a strong 15-song set that lasted an hour and fifteen minutes.
beginning with the folksy "get out the map," emily and amy played songs
ranging from loud, crazy tunes like "chickenman" to the pensive "philosophy
of loss." although their onstage banter, like their music, was usually upbeat
and witty, emily became sentimental when she dedicated the song "power of
two" to her grandmother, who passed away last week.


the concert ended with the ubiquitous "closer to fine." at the audience's
enthusiastic request, the girls returned to the stage to encore with "jonas
and ezekial" and "galileo."


"the set list was awesome," said liz greenbaum, a 3rd-year in the college.
"it was amazing - the energy was up throughout the concert."


the opening band was not received with the same excitement. the two-woman
band, mrs. fun, featured a laid-back sound with an abundance of solo
drumming, but their sound was not as strong as the indigo girls'.


"they were worse than my ex-roomate in the shower," said erin archer, a
4th-year in the college.


amy and emily joined mrs. fun for two songs entitled "undecided" and
"everyone wants to be somebody else's lover."


there was a half-hour interim between acts, but no one seemed to lose the
spirit. when the indigo girls took the stage, they were greeted with wild
applause.


contact with the audience played a major role in the performance and added a
personal touch to the show. amy continuously thanked the doctors in the
audience who removed her appendix and excised a benign ovarian cist. the
girls turned the lights over to the audience more than once, prompting a
raucous sing-along.


admission to the concert was $20, but students were not complaining about the
price or the venue.


"it seemed a little high for a mab show, but it was worth it for the indigo
girls," said jen insley, a 3rd-year in the college. "i'm happy to pay it. i'd
probably pay more at a major venue and i'd be sitting far away. this kind of
private venue is wonderful."


according to taub, mab is anticipating a big program this quarter. he is
happy that the indigo girls concert had such a great turnout.


"we brought in all kinds of students," taub said. "it was just a huge
success."

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date: fri, 31 mar 2000 18:50:55 -0500
from: memememi@aol.com
subject: [ig-news] more univ. of chicago articles (very long)


[sherlyn's note: this message was originally sent to the indigo
girls mailing list at netspace.org.]

i found a few more old articles on the univ of chicago website......... (and
i just noticed that they called amy emily in the last one, and i see quite a
few errors in these too........ so i guess they aren't all
perfect.............)


=)
lisa
**********************************************
amy saliers ready to rock
chicago maroon
susan gaunt
come on now voices
february 22, 2000
ever since they were in college, amy ray and emily saliers, better known as
the indigo girls, have been immensely popular among college students. their
appeal has stemmed from intelligent lyrics, soulful music, boundless
enthusiasm, and the audience's identification with their message and their
music. this saturday, february 26th, the indigo girls are the featured
artists at the major activities board's winter concert. in an interview on
february 18, i spoke with amy ray about both the indigo girls and about the
upcoming concert here at mandel hall. as we spoke over the phone, amy ray
remained down-to-earth, friendly, relaxed, and confident.


ray doesn't think of herself as famous. in spite of the indigo girls'
success, which includes six grammy nominations and the sale of over seven
million copies of their cds, she still sees herself as just a songwriter and
performer. she started noticing something was different in 1991 when "people
i didn't know started showing up at [her] door and stuff started disappearing
from the lawn." it was two years before this that the indigo girls' first
mainstream hit, "closer to fine," was released, the lyrics of which discuss
something near and dear to all of our hearts. "i went to see the doctor of
philosophy/ with a poster of rasputin and a beard down to his knee/ he never
did marry or see a b-grade movie/ he graded my performance, he said he could
see through me/ i spent four years prostrate to the higher mind, got my
paper/ and i was free," they proclaim, in an incredibly apt description of
college life. both ray and saliers transferred to emory university in atlanta
from vanderbilt college and tulane respectively, so i asked ray how useful
she felt her liberal arts education has been in her current career as a
songwriter and performer. ray studied english and religion, and looking back
on it, she realizes that what she learned in college was how to see things
from different perspectives and about imagery which, she added with a laugh,
she wasn't able to apply right away.


for ray, college was not just a time for study, but also very important
musically. ray and saliers performed all over the university, at the college
bar, at coffee houses - there was always somewhere to put on a show. for the
indigo girls, college provided a time to find an audience that would remain
loyal following their graduation, as well as an opportunity to develop
lyrics, song-writing skills, and creativity while performing in front of
friends. ray spoke of how college provided an "instant community" as she and
saliers performed before "peers held captive."


ray says of songwriting that "she is driven to do it," which can be evidenced
by the lyrics she produces. heavily political messages flow throughout the
indigo girls' works, rarely more evident than on their latest cd, come on now
social. early twenties angst has been supplanted by a more mature perception
of the world and to accompany it, a new sound. the current direction of the
indigo girls is away from their earlier folk background (their self-titled
debut album won the 1989 grammy for best contemporary folk recording), but it
does not abandon those roots completely. the indigo girls are lucky enough to
have a devoted fan following, "an audience that is willing to go with it,"
that has supported them in this shift while still being nostalgically
affectionate of the older songs.


ray especially is trying something new as she is currently working on her
first solo album, which she hopes to complete sometime this fall. ray is
enjoying working alone and is understandably nervous and excited about the
project. so far, the three songs recorded for the album are largely about
"gender issues," and ray characterizes the album as being more punk than the
indigo girls releases have been to date. she has been working with the
butchies, a punk group signed with mr. lady records. she is enthusiastic
about the project and believes that working on independent projects will make
the indigo girls better. she is confident that the indigo girls will remain a
duo despite individual directions.


one of ray's projects over the past several years has been daemon records, an
indie record label which is celebrating its tenth anniversary this spring.
ray started the company wanting it to remain in the indie community. so far
the label, which includes mostly punk and folk artists (including liz phair
who performed at mab's spring concert), has been doing well. the "biggest
hurdle," as ray sees it, has been that the folk performers tend to do well
while the punk performers have had more difficulty, largely because the label
is associated with the folk sound of the indigo girls. ray sees this
identification as being indicative of a larger trend in mainstream rock press
of labeling female performers based on the first thing they hear them
perform. ray feels that women in recording are not given the "opportunity to
reinvent themselves" and are critiqued more heavily by the press and are
often judged upon their appearance. she feels that for the indigo girls the
recording business is now "better than it was" because of "us working our
butts off."


the indigo girls are an extremely political group and support a number of
causes, among them environmentalist groups, especially indigenous groups,
groups that are concerned with feminist issues and gay rights. "the older we
get, the more outspoken we become," says ray, which is evident especially in
come on now social; the song "trouble," for instance: "i pledge my allegiance
to the dollar/ and when the clergy take a vote all the gays will pay again/
one day the war will stop and we'll grow a peaceful crop/ and a girl can get
a wife and we can bring you back to life." the indigo girls support grass
roots movements and donate time and talent to a number of causes, including
honor the earth, an environmental and human rights group, and to a number of
organizations working to abolish sexual-orientation prejudices, including the
national gay and lesbian task force.


but while their politics are a fundamental part of what the indigo girls are
about, they are also serious about their music. so what can we expect from
the indigo girls' concert on saturday? well, the concert will be entirely
acoustic, so don't go expecting a full band. opening for the indigo girls is
rose polenzani, a singer-songwriter signed by ray's daemon records that has
played at lilith fair and opened for the indigo girls on their latest tour.
ray says the concert will be an equal mix of old and new material, and they
will be willing to take requests. their show on saturday night should be an
excellent performance by an extremely talented band; take the opportunity, if
you can, to check out the concert because the indigo girls are great live.


polenzani to open for indigo girls at mab show
cwn
wei-woan lee
cwn contributing writer
february 24, 2000
the sold-out indigo girls concert sponsored by the major activities board
(mab), which will be taking place this saturday, is also featuring an up and
coming singer/songwriter named rose polenzani.


polenzani, who is a chicago native currently living in santa barbara, got her
big break playing at the newport folk festival which earned her a ticket to
tour with the lilith fair in 1998. indigo girl amy ray took notice of
polenzani's talents and signed the vocalist to her label (daemon records)
despite the long-standing "southern artists only" rule of ray's recording
company.


"no one can touch rose; she exists on a level all her own --botanical love
songs, dark histories-- as holy as mystic, as profane as your perverted
fantasies," ray said.


polenzani's latest release, titled "anybody," is an assortment of her earlier
home and studio recordings. similar to her debut album, "dragerville,"
"anybody" broaches the issues of religion, sexuality, anger, love and death,
gut-wrenchingly yet beautifully.


"the only time i feel inspired to write has been when i have something really
difficult to say and it ends up sounding like my heart's being ripped out,"
polenzani said.


polenzani, whose voice has been compared to the likes of sarah mclachlan,
jewel and belly's tanya donelly, has always been inspired by sensitive-rock
artists such as cocteau twins, tori amos and leonard cohen. though the artist
does not classify herself as a folk singer, she acknowledges that the folk
audience is most receptive to her music. polenzani does concede that she is
partial to rock. "the rock audience is hard to please and it's intimidating
to me, but i've always wanted to make rock music."


this desire is evident on "anybody." there, the singer/songwriter
incorporates a drummer and a bassist into her usually acoustic music. among
the 11 tracks on her recent release, the songs "shake through ugly," "molly's
lily," "or," "olga's birthday" and "parhelion" have all received critical
acclaim. they also serve to attest polenzani's strong opinions on gender
issues. for example, "olga's birthday" is motivated by how it's "hard to show
[the] sexuality that you long to show, especially to your close friends, and
family," polenzani said. it's also about "how the church is used against
people when they're trying to be who they are, trying to shine."


other songs such as "molly's lily" and "parhelion" are inspired by real-life
events such as the salem witch trials and the teena brandon story (subject of
the recent film, "boys don't cry").


typically, polenzani draws large crowds in east coast cities like boston. if
you couldn't manage to get indigo girls tickets and are ever in that part of
the country, you can probably catch her at the clubs, morseland and no exit.


when asked why she never plays at any of the local chicago clubs, polenzani
admits that the city is a reminder of her "geekhood." however, in light of
her u of c appearance this weekend, she will be performing at several local
venues.


"no matter what your opinion is of acoustic music, this artist, who's
accurately described as quietly dangerous, deserves your attention," said
ray.


anyone who wants to learn more about this coming-of-age musician can also
visit her website at http://www.rosepolenzani.com.


couldn't get tickets for the mab show? want to see rose polenzani live? check
her out at these local venues this week: friday, february 25, at the
morseland music room, 1218 w. morse, chicago, il. 12:00 a.m. midnight.
tickets $6 call (773)761-2612 for more information. sunday, february 27, at
schuba's tavern and grill, 3159 n. southport, chicago, il. 8:00 p.m. tickets
$8 (773) 327-0552 or www.schubas.com. john kimler opens.


indigo girls concert cancelled
chicago maroon
vanessa cordonnier
news staff
february 29, 2000
performer cancels due to illness; show postponed indefinitely


fans of the indigo girls, the popular folk-rock duo scheduled to play at
mandel hall on saturday, were shocked and dismayed to learn that the concert
was cancelled just hours before the anticipated start time of 7:00 p.m. after
performer amy ray fell ill and underwent surgery for appendicitis. the major
activities board, who sponsored the concert with student money, has
indefinitely postponed the date of the concert.


"the time is yet to be determined," said kelly snow, the chairwoman of mab.
"we obviously want amy ray to get better. our intent is to reschedule, and if
we can't, then we will refund the tickets. we are trying to work it out in
the quickest way possible."


the indigo girls were in the chicago area when ray fell ill. on friday
february 15, they performed at the house of blues in downtown chicago. "it is
my understanding that [ray] played a 35 minute set at the house of blues that
night," snow said.


despite recent criticisms of mab for high ticket prices and fewer shows, the
concert sold out in record time. "it was a really quick sell - the indigo
girls on a college campus is a can't-miss situation. i'm sure students are
disappointed that the concert was canceled, but those students who showed up
were more concerned about [ray's] status than the concert," snow said.


the indigo girls, a folk-rock duo that has garnered a cult-like following
among both young and older audiences alike, was expected to sell out quickly.
the u of c concert, at which rose polenzani was scheduled to open, would have
been the last in a series of limited college campus tours for the indigo
girls. in march, they will continue touring in australia.


in the last year, mab's philosophy towards the number and size of the
concerts has changed. rather than having several smaller concerts with
lesser-known bands, mab opted for a single, large concert per quarter
featuring a well-known headliner. "both shows [this year] have sold out very
quickly, so obviously the student response to the change has been positive,"
snow said. within 48 hours, the 1000 available tickets to the concert were
sold.


expecting the concert would sell out quickly, students arrived well before
tickets went on sale at 9:00 a.m. on february 7 in order to secure seats. "we
stayed up all night and decided to camp out and wait for tickets to go on
sale. we thought there would be a line out the door of the reynolds club and
that it would be really cold and there would be no food. at 6:00 in the
morning, we left the dorms with our sleeping bags and dressed really warmly.
not only was there not a line when we got there, but the door to the
reynolds's club was open. so what did we do? we camped outside and waited
until they started selling tickets," said eitan kimchi, a second-year and
naomi feldman, a first-year.


mab's indigo blues
cwn
>from the editors
march 2, 2000
last friday, for the second time in two years, a major activities board show
was cancelled at the last minute. while mab cannot be faulted for the fact
that an indigo girl contracted appendicitis, the organization can be blamed
for the fact that the cancellation leaves them with nothing to show for
winter quarter and little hope to redeem themselves in the spring.


it is highly unlikely that the indigo girls will be able to reschedule the u
of c this year, especially since they had to cancel other dates as well. mab
as yet has no plans to replace the show, nor do we expect them to be able to
since they have already committed to a summer breeze event in may. when
hip-hop artist tricky lived up to his name and stormed offstage in the fall
of 1998, mab was able to recover his $10,000 fee, but they ended up rolling
all that money into their mediocre summer breeze concert. the cost
skyrocketed to a staggering $100 per attendee, but the entertainment value
did not change.


keeping to its long-standing policy of total secrecy, mab officers refuse to
divulge how much they were going to pay for the indigo girls concert. if mab
was going to spend $5,000 of activity fee funds in addition to the revenue
from the sale of $20 tickets, some might call it a bargain. if it were going
to spend $40,000, which is not unprecedented, everyone would call it obscene.
the answer probably lies somewhere in between, but it's fair to say that
people generally do not keep good news a secret.


one of the reasons that costs are so high is that mandel hall is too small
for most big-name acts. mab has to offer greater subsidies to make up for
reduced ticket revenue. their strategy has been to pay whatever it takes. we
believe they would better serve the student body by thinking more creatively.
why not work with university of illinois-chicago, which has a 5,000-seat
arena, for example? mab could buy 1500 tickets, re-sell them to students and
bus everyone there for less that what it would cost to bring the same act to
campus. or work with other schools to host a show at the arie crown theater,
just a short metra ride away.


mab needs top to bottom changes, not the least of which is to find members
who do not think withthe students' checkbook first. in the meantime, student
government should insist that mab return the money that would have gone to
the indigo girls so that it can be distributed to the scores of student
groups that offer well-attended cultural, educational and just plain fun
activities on campus. otherwise, mab will probably blow the money on summer
breeze again.


mab devoted to quality programming
cwn
march 9, 2000


to the editor:


i would like to say a couple of words regarding your editorial "mab's indigo
blues" [cwn 3/2/00].


kelly snow, chair of mab, and her team is working very hard on rescheduling
the concert. i believe that amy and emily of the indigo girls are very
committed and will do their best to work with mab to reschedule the
performance even though the group has to reschedule other concerts as well.


in addition, regarding your comment "keeping to its long-standing policy of
total secrecy, mab officers refuse to divulge how much they were going to pay
for the indigo girls concert," i would like to emphasize that, contractually,
mab is bound to not release the price of such bands. if i can remember
correctly, bands that perform at the college level usually are paid at a
lower price but this is done with the understanding that these numbers are
not to be divulged to protect the artist.


with respect to your comment, "the answer probably lies somewhere in between,
but it's fair to say that people generally do not keep good news a secret," i
believe that this is very unfair to say. good news is good news but if one is
bound contractually to keep the costs within mab, that promise is very
important to uphold. i think that the fact that this concert sold out in two
days shows that it is a very popular event. a number of graduate students
were very excited for this program and there was wide-appeal to
undergraduates as well.


in general, i want to voice my support for mab and for their hard work in
bringing quality music to students. i believe that under the circumstances,
mab is handling the situation to the best of their abilities. in addition,
they are very conscious of the funds allocated to them and have been working
to make sure that these funds are carefully used to benefit the entire
student body.


andy hong
student government president


illness forces mab to cancel campus show
cwn
yuh wen ling
cwn quad life editor
march 2, 2000


for the second time in two years, the major activities board's big-name band
didn't perform. much to the disappointment of ticket holders, saturday's
winter quarter concert featuring the indigo girls, the folk-rock duo of amy
ray and emily saliers.


amy ray was diagnosed with appendicitis and required surgery. during the
appendectomy, an ovarian cyst was also discovered and removed. ray is
reported to be doing fine.


citing a confidentiality clause in their contract with the indigo girls, mab
declined to comment on how much the act was being paid or the total cost of
the event. based on past mab expenditures, the cost could have been anywhere
from $20,000 to $50,000.


"mab is just as disappointed as the ticket holders that the show could not
occur on the scheduled date," kelly snow, said mab chairman.


mab is working to reschedule the indigo girls for a mandel hall show, and
will inform university community when a new date is confirmed. in the event
that this event does not take place, mab has not yet announced alternate
plans for the now-available funds.


the surgery has indefinitely postponed not only the mandel hall show but also
three weeks of engagements in australia. the dates in australia which were to
immediately follow the mandel hall concert may be rescheduled for may,
according to a spokesperson for the performers, although nothing has been
officially announced.


amy ray and emily saliers were childhood friends in decatur, ga, who played
music together in high school. after studying briefly at vanderbilt and
tulane respectively, ray and saliers met up again as students at emory
university in decatur.


they have collected records both platinum and gold, several grammy
nominations, and a wide base of dedicated fans.


indigo girls to return march 30
cwn
march 9, 2000
the indigo girls, who cancelled their sold-out february 25 campus show when
a group member fell ill with appendicitis, have re-scheduled the concert for
thursday, march 30 in mandel hall, sg president andy hong announced
wednesday.


the major activities board, which sponsored the original show, will be
putting up posters on campus during finals week to notify original ticket
holders. all february 25 tickets will be honored at the new show.


mab will be issuing refunds for ticketholders who cannot attend the march 30
show starting thursday, march 9, at the reynold club information desk. the
concert ticket and a univerity of chicago id card must be presented in order
to receive a refund.


refunded tickets will be available for purchase starting march 27. the
original show sold out in two days.


tickets are $20 for u of c students, and $25 for people with other ucid, such
as faculty, staff or laboratory school students.

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date: fri, 31 mar 2000 14:27:04 -0500
from: michael cunningham <mcunningham@pbp1.com>
subject: [ig-news] new dates!


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hkf's,


check my website - all the new dates / current dates are on there as of
right now!  let me know if you have any info to add - you all have been
great!!!


here's brand new from tm:


07/25/00 san diego, ca  humphreys concerts by the bay
07/26/00 san diego, ca  humphreys concerts by the bay
onsale:  04/01/00 - 10:00am  (619)220-8497 (local tm)


[...]


a+e=ig


mcunningham5@earthlink.net
http://home.earthlink.net/~mcunningham5/indigotour.html
"...what a blessed sky"

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date: sat, 1 apr 2000 09:16:11 -0500
from: danny <danny.verheezen@pandora.be>
subject: [ig-news] indigo girls cds for sale!


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indigo girls cds for sale:

* swamp ophelia > usa full promo cd(sealed) - $10.00
* 1200 curfews(2-cd live) > in jewel case - $12.00
* cds land of canaan > 1-track usa promo - $10.00
* cds closer to fine/history of us/center stage > uk - $8.00
* cds closer to fine > uk 1-track promo - $7.00
* cds closer to fine > usa 1-track promo - $6.00
* cds three hits/galileo/joking/ghost/jonas & ezekial > usa 5-track promo
- - $8.00
* cds kid fears/closer to fine/center stage/prince of darkness > usa
4-track sealed promo - $10.00
* cds galileo/excerpts from the cd 'rites of passage'> 5-track aussie cd
- - $10.00
* cds galileo > 1-track usa promo - $4.00
* cds galileo/exceprts from the cd 'rites of passage'/kid fears - $6.00
* cds galileo/closer to fine/tried to be true/hammer and a nail > austria
- - $6.00
* cds joking > usa 1-track promo - $4.00
* cds joking/closer to fine/kid fears - $4.00
* cds ghost > usa 1-track promo - $4.00
* cds least complicated/dead man's hill(acc) - $2.00
* cds least complicated(album version)/dead man's
hill(acc)/mystery(acc)/kid fears - $4.00
* cds least complicated/dead man's hill/mystery(acc) - $3.00
* cds least complicated > usa 1-track promo - $4.00
* cds hammer and a nail >usa 1-track promo - $3.00
* cds power of two > 1-track usa promo - 3.00
* cds touch me fall > 1-track usa promo - $3.00
* cds touch me fall(edit)/the wood song(acc.)/reunion(acc.) - $7.00
* cds bury my heart at wounded knee(studio version)/thin line/bury my
heart at wounded   knee> usa 3-track promo - $5.00
* cds shame on you(radio edit)/shame on you - $3.00
* cds shame on you(radio edit)/closer to fine/least complicated/bury my
heart at wounded knee > australian - $5.00
* cds get out the map > 1-track usa promo - $2.00
* cds shed your skin(tom morello mix) > usa 1-track promo - $2.00

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

all cds are in excellent condition !

write for more details on postage and any other info to :

danny verheezen - reichert
kon.elisabethlei 6
2300 turnhout
belgium

thanks,,,

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date: sat, 1 apr 2000 14:12:43 -0500
from: "karen, the biggest indigo girls bitch of japan" <prochoicer@gurlmail.com>
subject: [ig-news] eku show review!


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well, i made it to eku and got to meet some awesome listees (becky, beccie, kim, rhea), and all of beccie's friends.  :-)  anyway, i think becky summed it up really well.  the show was amazing.  we were literally less than five feet away from amy the entire time (she spit all over us!).  they were both in great moods (though amy looked as if she was in pain), and they really interacted with the audience.  during ozilline, when something blew, they talked to us while it got repaired.  anyway, here is the setlist (can someone post the entire u of c one?)


thin line
gotm
faye tucker (gave me chills!  wow!)
peace tonight
soy
soon be to nothing (so so so beautiful)
r and j (by request)  (out of order in the set
list.  clamp down was supposed to be here)
ozzilline
wood song (!!!!!)  (wow!)
go
ghost
clamp down!
least complicated
kid fears
gone again (at the "kings cross" point in the song, amy forgot where she was.  it was really cute.  and for all you aussies, she is still pronouncing every letter in "melbourne.")
galileo

[...]


:-) karen
- ---
"i'm just trying to put the atom back together."
   -- dar williams
"...i'll be at the rainbow room, i'll be courting some disaster with the melbourne wrecking crew."
   -- amy ray, indigo girls (goddess)
http://userpages.wittenberg.edu/s00.krosenblum
http://www.gurlpages.com/activism/prochoicer
prochoicer@gurlmail.com

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date: sun, 2 apr 2000 23:15:15 -0700
from: "liz shepard" <strngwnd@elpaso.net>
subject: [ig-news] uc - 3/30


hey y'all!  here is the setlist for thursday's show


gotm
reunion
peace tonight
gone again
mystery
chickenman
least complicated
johnny rotten
philosophy of loss
go
hammer & nail
ozilline
power of two
shame on you
closer to fine
  encore:
jonas & ezekial  (setlist indicated pushin the needle)
galileo


the show was awesome.  my sister & i were standing in the 3rd row in =
front of  emily.  both a & e were smiling and talked a lot with the =
crowd.  both thanked the doctors for the wonderful medical care amy =
received in march.  emily just beamed during the whole show.  their =
voices sounded great for being off for the month.  amy appeared to be a =
little sore after a couple songs.  we've seen the girls a handful of =
times and this is the closest we've been.  we were lucky enough to get a =
setlist and a pick after the show.   i still haven't touched the ground =
yet!
peace
liz =20

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date: sun, 2 apr 2000 18:13:43 -0500
from: nancy lambert <armydillo@mindspring.com>
subject: [ig-news] ig tix for sale for may 6 sunfest show


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any takers just email me.  i have 2 and am selling them at cost ($10 ea.).
unfortunately i think i will end up having to work that day, but oh well at
least i'll see them in tampa


nan

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date: sat, 1 apr 2000 04:15:34 -0500
from: hunterj1@aol.com
subject: [ig-news] rolling stone articles on ig


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girls mailing list at netspace.org.  note that the url below
should be all on one line...]


check out the following for some great pics of the girls plus articles that
have appeared in rolling stone.


http://www.rollingstone.com/sections/news/text/weeklyheadlines.asp?afl=&coming
from=artist&lookupstring=348


jude :)


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