Amy Rigby first started earning fame in the 1980s, when the cult band Last Roundup started drawing fans to their eclectic
country-punk shows. But it wasn't until 1996, when she released her first solo record, that her name started cropping up
regularly in music mags. Her punky, female perspective, ran against the grain in the rock world at the time.
1996's Diary of a Mod Housewife was Amy Rigby's answer to other, more angst-filled records by female singer-songwriters.
Whereas Liz Phair and Alanis Morissette sounded tortured, Rigby's music was smart, catchy and a decidedly calmer cup of
tea. Her observations were far closer to normality for many women living their lives.
Amy Rigby tickets are now available! Look up above and you can see where and when she
will be playing in the near future. Don't miss out on this exciting tour, because she doesn't cross the country that often
any more. Get concert tickets to this show and you and your friends could be right in front
of the stage!