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    The Indigo Girls are a Grammy-winning folk-rock duo from Decatur, Georgia comprised of Amy Ray and Emily Saliers. The group was part of the late-’80s female folk singer-songwriter revival, and has been an enduring presence in music (and activism) ever since. In the ’90s, the Indigo Girls enjoyed mainstream rock success with their hits “Galileo” and “Closer to Fine,” as well as with their platinum-selling albums Rites of Passage (1992) and Swamp Ophelia (1994). They also became mainstays of Lilith Fair, the traveling music festival that spotlighted women in music. Their combination of influences (Ray drawing from the Pretenders and Hüsker Dü, and Saliers more from Joni Mitchell) has produced some incredible songwriting, harmonies, and storytelling over the past few decades that sound amazing on vinyl.
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