‘In My Room’ With the Indigo Girls

‘In My Room’ With the Indigo Girls
The Indigo Girls played a handful of songs from their manager’s office in Atlanta for In My Room, our Igtv series in which musicians perform while in quarantine during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Seated at a safe distance from each other and in front of a couch covered with vinyl copies of their new album, Look Long, and various commemorative plaques, Amy Ray and Emily Saliers played three songs from the new album. They began with “Country Radio,” which depicts a small-town gay kid who loves country music but feels like an outsider.
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