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MUSIC INTERVIEW: The Indigo Girls 

The Indigo Girls — Amy Ray and Emily Saliers — are seasoned songwriters and musicians who have sold more than 12 million records since debuting in the 1980's. The politically charged duo performs this weekend as part of the Greentopia Music series.

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