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date:         mon, 18 jul 2005 10:39:05 -0400
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subject:      atwli songbook now available
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just noticed that the songbook for all that we let in is now available=20
through hal leonard:

http://shorterlink.com/?f3z1tb

jason

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date:         mon, 18 jul 2005 19:09:37 -0700
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              catholic priests? yessss!
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<html><body><font face="arial, helvetica, sans-serif" size=2>that's right tonight on channel 4 in the twin cities they will do a story on a woman who made it all the way through the process of becomming a priest, she is going to be ordained.....and i say "holy halleluia!" it's about time! anyone else?</font><br> <br><hr>netscape. just the net you need.<br></body></html>

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date:         tue, 19 jul 2005 11:38:31 +0200
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subject:      new joan baez cd with small ig content...
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hi, from the "dylan pool" bob dylan site...

cheers, robert

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joan baez's new album, bowery songs (a live concert recording from the
bowery ballroom
shows in november, 2004), is scheduled to be be released september 6th.

tracks:

1 finlandia
2 rexroth's daughter
3 deportee (plane wreck at los gatos)
4 joe hill
5 christmas in washington
6 farewell angelina
7 motherland
8 carrickfergus
9 jackaroe
10 seven curses
11 dink's song
12 silver dagger
13 it's all over now, baby blue
14 jerusalem

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date:         tue, 19 jul 2005 10:58:30 -0400
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the pop band texas has announced that they will be performing a concert october 14th in london at the forum.

i am so there! tickets go on sale later this week.

since i live in america, anyone want to help me score a ticket?

-scott

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date:         tue, 19 jul 2005 11:43:57 -0400
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this is associated with the women's ordination worldwide conference in ottawa, canada,
www.wow2005.org

my wife and i are volunteering there.  if you're the praying type, pray for the conference
to go well and quietly.

henry troup
ottawa, canada

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date:         tue, 19 jul 2005 10:37:27 -0700
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hi, all.

my mother called me last night to tell me that ig is taking part in some special outdoor concert, a 3 day event i think.  she told me the tickets go on sale this weekend.

i can't find this listed anywhere.  does anyone know anything about this?

thanks,
toye

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date:         tue, 19 jul 2005 12:22:53 -0500
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subject:      re: ig in st. louis??
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http://pollstar.com/tour/searchall.pl?by=venue&content=bmosllm&pskey=y&date=09/24/05

laumeier outdoor music amph


sat     09/24/05                ari hest
sat     09/24/05                indigo girls


> hi, all.
>
> my mother called me last night to tell me that ig is taking part in some
> special outdoor concert, a 3 day event i think.  she told me the tickets
> go on sale this weekend.
>
> i can't find this listed anywhere.  does anyone know anything about this?
>
> thanks,
> toye
>
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date:         tue, 19 jul 2005 14:02:23 -0400
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ig willl also be in milwaukee on sept 14th at the pabst theater. although not listed on the ig website site, tickets are on sale now.

i may have a couple of good floor tickets available if anyone needs them.

deb

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date:         tue, 19 jul 2005 13:52:38 -0500
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just wanted to let everyone know, since the official site sucks for doing
so...ig will be in minneapolis september 17th.  tickets go on sale friday.
presale through cities 97 is thursday.

:)
mi rinda

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date:         tue, 19 jul 2005 18:54:13 +0000
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is there are really good website to keep up on tour dates? if the official
site is incomplete, what do we do?

thanks,
tom m.

"can you mr. bush light the sage"
--- tori amos, "indian summer"

>from: "kovacs, mirinda" <mirinda.kovacs@thomson.com>
>reply-to: "kovacs, mirinda" <mirinda.kovacs@thomson.com>
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>date: tue, 19 jul 2005 13:52:38 -0500
>
>just wanted to let everyone know, since the official site sucks for doing
>so...ig will be in minneapolis september 17th.  tickets go on sale friday.
>presale through cities 97 is thursday.
>
>:)
>mi rinda
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pollstar.com is pretty good.

> is there are really good website to keep up on tour dates? if the official
> site is incomplete, what do we do?
>
> thanks,
> tom m.
>
> "can you mr. bush light the sage"
> --- tori amos, "indian summer"
>
>
>
>>from: "kovacs, mirinda" <mirinda.kovacs@thomson.com>
>>reply-to: "kovacs, mirinda" <mirinda.kovacs@thomson.com>
>>to: indigo-girls@lists.netspace.org
>>subject: ig in minneapolis
>>date: tue, 19 jul 2005 13:52:38 -0500
>>
>>just wanted to let everyone know, since the official site sucks for doing
>>so...ig will be in minneapolis september 17th.  tickets go on sale
>> friday.
>>presale through cities 97 is thursday.
>>
>>:)
>>mi rinda
>>
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date:         tue, 19 jul 2005 13:24:12 -0700
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look on the bbs.
http://www.indigogirls.com/bbs/

--- tom xxxxx <getula@hotmail.com> wrote:

> is there are really good website to keep up on tour
> dates? if the official
> site is incomplete, what do we do?
>
> thanks,
> tom m.
>
> "can you mr. bush light the sage"
> --- tori amos, "indian summer"
>
>
>
> >from: "kovacs, mirinda"
> <mirinda.kovacs@thomson.com>
> >reply-to: "kovacs, mirinda"
> <mirinda.kovacs@thomson.com>
> >to: indigo-girls@lists.netspace.org
> >subject: ig in minneapolis
> >date: tue, 19 jul 2005 13:52:38 -0500
> >
> >just wanted to let everyone know, since the
> official site sucks for doing
> >so...ig will be in minneapolis september 17th.
> tickets go on sale friday.
> >presale through cities 97 is thursday.
> >
> >:)
> >mi rinda
> >
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date:         tue, 19 jul 2005 20:26:20 -0700
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<html><body><p><font face=arial size=2>you belong to their frequent listener club...are listening between the nine& ten a.m., and if they pull up your name....you win free tix to ig in september.....ffi go to <a href="http://www.cities97.com">www.cities97.com</a>. this is what gets me..</font></p>
<p><font face=arial size=2>the ig bbs seems to be letting things like this slide...and i almost didn't get in on this....the tix they (the cities 97) are giving out get better and better until this <u>friday when they'll be giving out front row seats</u>!! see ya!</font></p>
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date:         wed, 20 jul 2005 03:02:39 -0400
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--signing up for the ig mailing list by yourself is also helpful, especially if you can only access messages. however, pollstar is indeed the most reliable of anything i've seen. ;-)

but if the mailing list is as "unreliable" as the official site sometimes is, those who can only access messages are out of luck. ;-/

just my thoughts out-loud,
lorna

todd green wrote:

>pollstar.com is pretty good.
>


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"susan o'connor" wrote:

>look on the bbs.
>http://www.indigogirls.com/bbs/
>

--duh. i sometimes forget about there. ;-)  but it's not particularly helpful to those who only have message access.

sorry to go on about that, but i was in a yahoo group the other day where i learned that a new member of ours only gets her messages on her cellphone and cannot access the web via it. makes me wonder if anyone here and elsewhere only has such limited access?

wondering out loud,
lorna

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thanks for the info, folks. i'll have to look into these places. right now,
it looks like the only nj date is in camden on 7/24. boo.

tom m.
"can you mr. bush light the sage"
--- tori amos, "indian summer"


>from: "todd green" <tgreen@uab.edu>
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>to: "tom xxxxx" <getula@hotmail.com>
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>date: tue, 19 jul 2005 13:35:27 -0500 (cdt)
>
>pollstar.com is pretty good.
>
> > is there are really good website to keep up on tour dates? if the
>official
> > site is incomplete, what do we do?
> >
> > thanks,
> > tom m.
> >
> > "can you mr. bush light the sage"
> > --- tori amos, "indian summer"
> >
> >
> >
> >>from: "kovacs, mirinda" <mirinda.kovacs@thomson.com>
> >>reply-to: "kovacs, mirinda" <mirinda.kovacs@thomson.com>
> >>to: indigo-girls@lists.netspace.org
> >>subject: ig in minneapolis
> >>date: tue, 19 jul 2005 13:52:38 -0500
> >>
> >>just wanted to let everyone know, since the official site sucks for
>doing
> >>so...ig will be in minneapolis september 17th.  tickets go on sale
> >> friday.
> >>presale through cities 97 is thursday.
> >>
> >>:)
> >>mi rinda
> >>
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indigo girls, lake union park
seattle 07/09/05

hammer and a nail
devotion
fill it up again
perfect world*
power of two
yield
wood song
scooter boys
love will come to you*
(start of cold as ice)
land of canaan
let it be me
(happy birthday to emily)
dairy queen
winthrop (emily solo on piano)
let it ring (amy solo on mandolin)
get out the map*
shame on you
cold beer and remote control
chickenman/bitterroot
closer to fine*

encore:
galileo
finlandia*

*with girlyman

it was a great show; the girls looked great and were in great spirits
last night.

the guy sitting next to pointed out that we were sitting behind jeff
bezos (founder of amazon.com).  his group seemed to enjoy the show.

apparently, the girls a private show last week at beneroya hall for
amazon employees to celebrate amazon's 10th anniversary... anybody have
more details?

looking forward to tonite!

simone

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and, as always, the real question is why is the
official website so dreadful about updating concert
information????

--- lorna <culturediva82@netscape.net> wrote:

> --signing up for the ig mailing list by yourself is
> also helpful, especially if you can only access
> messages. however, pollstar is indeed the most
> reliable of anything i've seen. ;-)
>
> but if the mailing list is as "unreliable" as the
> official site sometimes is, those who can only
> access messages are out of luck. ;-/
>
> just my thoughts out-loud,
> lorna
>
> todd green wrote:
>
> >pollstar.com is pretty good.
> >
>
>
>
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so, last night the venue announcers said that the artists specifically requested
that no cameras be allowed inside the venue.  i'm not sure if this is true,
since the venue's website lists cameras as a no-no anyway, but spike mentioned
that lately there have been no cameras allowed rules at other ig shows, so
maybe it really is a band request.  anyone have better information and/or a
reason why?

anna

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asked regularly the dumbest questions on gods green earth. these people tolerate
every kind of crank and eccentric and mouth breather there is."
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the security at humphrey's show in san diego a few weeks ago tried to take
my camera away (no, i was not using the flash...).  after i promised not to
take anymore pictures that evening, the security guard kept shining her
flashlight on me about every 10 minutes or so for the rest of the night.
grr...

fortunately, she didn't see my recording equipment.  :-)

anyway, i didn't realize it was something ig had requested.  can't say i
know the reason why...

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so, last night the venue announcers said that the artists specifically
requested
that no cameras be allowed inside the venue.  i'm not sure if this is true,
since the venue's website lists cameras as a no-no anyway, but spike
mentioned
that lately there have been no cameras allowed rules at other ig shows, so
maybe it really is a band request.  anyone have better information and/or a
reason why?

anna

"librarians, dusty, possess a vast store of politeness. these are people who
get
asked regularly the dumbest questions on gods green earth. these people
tolerate
every kind of crank and eccentric and mouth breather there is."
   --garrison keillor
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rif"><font face=3d"arial, helvetica, sans-serif">i don't know, if ig are as=
king no cameras be allowed than they need to change that part of "taping po=
licy," to reflect that on their website. jmo.</font></font></p>
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ed <br>that no cameras be allowed inside the venue. i'm not sure if this is=
true, <br>since the venue's website lists cameras as a no-no anyway, but s=
pike mentioned <br>that lately there have been no cameras allowed rules at =
other ig shows, so <br>maybe it really is a band request. anyone have bette=
r information and/or a <br>reason why? <br><br>anna <br><br>"librarians, du=
sty, possess a vast store of politeness. these are people who get <br>asked=
regularly the dumbest questions on gods green earth. these people tolerate=
<br>every kind of crank and eccentric and mouth breather there is." <br>--=
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i was unable to attend the sf bay area shows due to financial
constraints.  did anyone get any decent recordings?  if so, would
you  email me offlist?  thanks.

carrie

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hey folks,

check out the common dreams progressive newswire - it looks like a&e
will be at an honor the earth-related event in dc on july 25, along
with ani difranco, erin mckeown, winona laduke and others:
http://www.commondreams.org/news2005/0720-05.htm

cheers,
sherlyn
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hey folks,

this is from sojourners magazine - a religious magazine out of
washington dc.  you can read it online at (long url, should be all on
one line):
http://www.sojo.net/index.cfm?action=3dmagazine.article&issue=3dsoj0508&ar
ticle=3d050838

-sherlyn

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culture watch
holy listening

an indigo girl - and dad - talk about music as the mediator between
god and our souls.
sojourners staff members rose marie berger, molly marsh, and lisa
yebuah contributed to this article.

music is a powerful source of transformation that can connect us with
the deepest parts of ourselves - and each other. two musicians who
know a lot about this are don saliers, a professor of theology and
worship at emory university, and his daughter, emily saliers, half of
the folk-rock duo indigo girls. the two, who met with sojourners in
washington, d.c., this spring, are co-authors of a song to sing, a
life to live: reflections on music as spiritual practice. they have a
lot to say about the spiritual dimensions of music, and about how
music offers both hope and healing.

the word "crossover" peppers their conversation and work, both as
musicians and writers. the music emily and her indigo girls partner
amy ray play in smoke-filled bars on saturday nights has a lot in
common with the hymns and choral tunes don plays during sunday morning
worship services. the effect on listeners is also similar.

"i see it in the motley crew of people who come to the pub, some with
torn lives, some on the verge of great things, and from all different
musical genres," emily says. "we have a cross-cultural gathering on
stage, the same thing that happens in a mixed worship community where
music is the force that brings us all together, that gives us hope,
and that speaks to our sorrows and our pains."

don agrees. "i think we=92ve grown up with a kind of distinction between
sacred sounds and secular sounds that just simply isn=92t adequate
anymore. a lot of church music has been influenced by things that have
normally been associated with saturday night. some of this is on a
classical basis - for example, composer heinz vernard zimmerman
created a psalm concert that was really based on jazz," he says. "for
a while i actually did jazz morning prayer or jazz evening prayer in a
little church in new haven. there=92s a lot more crossover than we
think."

over her 20-year career, emily has seen how music brings healing to
people - those who, as she writes in the book, are alienated and
broken by attitudes toward sexuality, by political struggles, and by
crushing abuses of power.

"there=92s a lot of mystery to music that i couldn=92t even begin to
articulate," she says. "it is something that takes us, that connects
us through time. there is no music in a vacuum. it=92s begun somewhere
but we don=92t know where; we don=92t necessarily know what countries it=92s
traveled through, what stories - human stories - it has told. i see it
as this continuum that draws human beings together, and their past,
and toward their future."

"music touches the emotions in a way that very little else in the
world does," adds don. "it has access to those places where we=92re
hurt, or where we feel joy, or pain, or suffering, and it can touch
that and bring it forward. in some ways people can be named in music
and can be found in music. as we say, =91you=92re their voice.=92 that in
itself for many people is a healing process. as an =91indigo dad,=92 i
hear a lot about how emily and amy ray=92s songs have helped people
overcome a lot of stuff - not just helping through the night, but
actually =91changed my attitudes toward myself and my life.=92"

the indigo girls=92 longevity - emily and amy joined forces as a duo in
1984 - grammy awards, and album sales certainly bear that out. fans of
all ages, backgrounds, and with all manner of piercings and tattoos
have found a home in the group=92s music, and the often spirit-drenched
imagery in their lyrics regularly violates the artificial line - often
constructed by the church - between "secular" and "sacred" music.
emily doesn=92t currently identify with a faith, but a childhood spent
in the church and absorbing its music directly influenced her folk
music arrangements later on.

"it=92s easy to reduce things to =91blue state=92 and =91red state,=92 and this
is secular and this is sacred," says emily. "it=92s a lazy approach to
delving into what a genre can hold and surprise for someone who=92s not
been introduced to it. i have to ask, what=92s the bottom line? what is
a faith intended to do? how is it intended to encourage our spiritual
growth? is there just a plain and simple message of love and caring
for each other and the world? there are some so-called secular texts
that speak to that with more passion and power than some of the most
well-known sacred texts."

"there are prophetic voices along with the cries and the whispers that
are coming out of music that the church would be amazed to hear,"
continues don. "when you put it side by side with prophetic voices in
scripture, it turns out they=92re very congruent. that=92s what the church
misses when it shuts down too soon and says young people=92s music is
awful. some of the best music generated in the church over the years
has often come from the juxtaposition of styles."

don has spent decades mingling those genres, traditions, and
practices. he worked his way through college playing dances on
saturday nights and then playing in church on sunday mornings. he=92s a
jazz musician (as was his father), and as a professor of theology and
worship, much of his work - and his nine books - focuses on liturgy
and culture. for him, music is clearly a form of spiritual practice.

"music and singing are crucial to faith for three reasons," he says.
"one is in scripture - scripture is simply the library of stuff that=92s
been written out of a community of faith=92s struggling. every time
there=92s something extraordinary in scripture - whether it=92s lamentable
or praiseworthy - it breaks into song. it=92s no accident that
two-thirds of scripture is heightened speech, is poetic.

"secondly," he continues, "tell me what you hear, what you hope for,
what you enjoy most, what you=92re most righteously indignant over, what
you love fearlessly, and i know more about you than if you just tell
me what you believe. it=92s that encoding of the belief in the emotional
power of song that really carries things. the third reason is that
it=92s a way of transmitting from generation to generation the memory of
suffering and hope and joy. a hymnal is a collection of the history of
the people."

stories of people and their passions and heartbreaks fill emily and
amy=92s songs, often carried forward on scriptural images or themes.
there=92s a line in "come on home," a track on their recent album all
that we let in, that says, "there=92s a bag of silver for a box of
nails." the imagery is simple, sharp, and cutting, full of power. for
emily, the bible=92s imagery is a great source of inspiration. "as a
songwriter, when you=92re thinking about the craft, you want to make
things tactile. you want to evoke the senses, as much of them as
possible. i couldn=92t think of a better way to illustrate how important
love is in the way we treat each other than to think of the betrayal
of jesus. the act was simple but it affected the rest of history."

"those biblical images," adds don, "are ways of reading the world and
our experiences in a way that connects the personal and the intimate
with the deepest mysteries of being. we forget a lot of the stories,
but take one really good image, either a prophetic image that=92s sharp
and strong, or an image about human suffering, or images about what we
are yet to be - i think we=92re always looking for the concrete
universal, the specific image that carries with it this larger sense
of mystery and hope and god."

sojourners magazine, august 2005 (vol. 34, no. 8, pp. 38-39). culture
watch.

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so, i really wanted one of the red "girls play here" shirts, but in seattle, all
they had of the plain ole t-shirt variety (y'know, the ones with sleeves) were
xxl.  if you're at a show where they have them in xl, could you pick up one for
me?  i'll pay cash.  thanks.

anna

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