Win an Autographed Indigo Girls Album!



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For over 20 years, out musicians the Indigo Girls have been writing and performing music, kicking butt and thrilling lesbian audiences around the world. The lyrical ladies have also graced the cover of Curve numerous times during their career.

While the duo, Amy Ray and Emily Saliers, have in recent years gone their separate ways to pursue solo projects, they have reunited with their 2009 release, Poseidon and the Bitter Bug—stellar news for any Indigo Girls fan. So, what could possibly be better than a new album from your favorite folk duo? How about one signed by the artists themselves.

That’s exactly what Curve is giving away: One autographed copy of Poseidon and the Bitter Bug to one very lucky fan. Here’s how to enter:

With two decades of music under their belts, there’s no doubt the Girls’ music has worked its way into many of your life’s memories. Maybe you had your first girl kiss to the sweet sounds of “Closer to Fine,” or saw your soul mate from across the bar while “Galileo” played on the jukebox. Whatever it may be, send your favorite Indigo Girls related memory to letters@curvemag.com and the entry with the most compelling, unexpected or downright sexy memory will win the signed CD! All entries must be recieved by May 28, 2009.

Also be sure to keep and eye out for Curve’s exclusive interview with the Indigo Girls, coming this fall!

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