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As a solo artist, Amy Rigby stands at centerstage and admits her insecurities as her voice quakes in confirmation of her vulnerability. “Why Do I” asks the question of why she seeks out loneliness, misery and any misfortune that can further her comfort in being sad. “Even the Weak Survive” is Darwinian selection in reverse. “Shopping Around” sends her off the dating scene and back to her apartment to drink alone. “Are We Ever Gonna Have Sex Again?” is both funny and sad, as Rigby’s humor can’t stop the aging process and the cynicism that guides a too-broken heart. Todd Snider joins her for the bluesy title track. When she turns to her daughter for support (“Don’t Ever Change”), the teen is too wrapped up in her own earphone-wearing world to hear the parental static. Whether she’s wearing her “Breakup Boots” or not, Rigby’s expecting the worst and ready with her notebook and guitar to make sure it gets put to music.

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Pretty, witty, trashy & sweet

What more can you ask for? Amy Rigby is a top-notch songwriter, and this is one well-produced CD. There's nothing to avoid anywhere in her catalog, but I find myself mixing this one and 'Little Fugitive' on the ol' iPod.


Born: January 25, 1959 in Pttsburg, PA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Singer/songwriter Amy Rigby first surfaced during the early 1980s as a member of the New York City-based cowpunk outfit the Last Roundup, later earning cult success with the postmodern girl group the Shams. The former wife of ex-dB's drummer Will Rigby, she made her solo debut in 1996 with Diary of a Mod Housewife, a record widely acclaimed for its vivid portraits of life as a thirtysomething single mother and its smart assimilation of pop, country, and folk sounds; Middlescence followed two years...
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