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While on a flight from New York to her home town in Georgia, she penned these sometimes poignant, sometimes playful responses to Pop Matters 20 Questions. Actually, it's a song, "Top of The World" by Patty Griffin.2. My friends say I'm a "Pony Boy" from The Outsiders, but I always wanted to be Dallas, 'cause he's so hot.3. Any music that inspires, comforts, provokes, creates change, makes you wanna dance, puts you to sleep when you need it, makes you scream when you need to, heals, breaks down, or creates divine harmonics is worthy.Her third solo album, Didn't It Feel Kinder, with Led Zeppelin, The Shins, and Judy Garland influences, releases August 5th on Daemon Records. Different paths to the same god and all that stuff...4. I am only proud of myself in the context of community.7. My work as an activist -- indigenous, environmental, queer, and race and class issues.I met them through my work with Honor the Earth, a group founded in the early '90s when Indigo Girls met Winona La Duke at an Earth Day rally.These three women were incredible activists on both a local and global scale.We're making a band record and a separate acoustic album. Right now I am on an airplane from New York to Atlanta.
And baby, trust me - I am gonna spill it all over your pretty little party dress.
Marsha died an untimely death at a young age in 1998 at the hands of her son who had a mental illness and had no idea what he was doing.
We lost Ingrid when she was kidnapped and killed in Colombia by rogue members of the FARC (Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia).
Their work in defending culture and land was revolutionary and precedent setting.
Their deaths were poignant reminders to me of the need to gather in community, work hard for sustainability, and laugh a lot while doing it.
Restructuring and organizing my indie label, Daemon records.