Indigo Girls headline second-annual Rendezvous Music Festival in Beaver Creek

Indigo Girls headline second-annual Rendezvous Music Festival in Beaver Creek
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By Krista Driscoll

The Indigo Girls’ lyrical bent toward political activism wasn’t a conscious decision. They didn’t sit down together one day with pen and paper and sketch a path through the myriad causes with which they would eventually become associated, from championing gay rights to fighting to preserve the environment.Instead, it was a simple, organic philosophy that grew from being raised in families where they learned from a young age that life doesn’t exist in a vacuum, said Emily Saliers, half of the folk-rock duo.That fledgling philosophy evolved when Saliers and Amy Ray joined forces to become the Indigo Girls in 1985 …

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