Amy Ray of Indigo Girls Speaks on Music and Activism in GA Voice Interview


Amy Ray of the Indigo Girls was featured in a recent interview at the GA Voice, a LGBT news website based out of their hometown of Atlanta, Georgia, and she touched on Troy Davis and environmental issues and said, "It’s all tied together for us. It’s all about shifting the paradigm of human welfare, public welfare, and environmental welfare."

Read the interview here, and watch a performance of the Indigo Girls at the Lilith Fair 2010 tour, advocating for more female bands and musicians on the radio.

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