Amy ray and emily saliers dating
“We still love playing together.”For more than 25 years, Ray and Saliers have blended their tart and sweet talents into some of folk-pop’s most enduring and harmonically gorgeous songs – you think “Power of Two” or “Ghost” are any less affecting today than they were decades ago?
We’re songwriters first and foremost, and we do our songs in whatever medium necessary.
AR: I’ve always been influenced by Appalachian music, but I don’t think we’ve worked with a producer who also understood that.
John Reynolds [of Sinéad O’Connor’s band Ghostland] was able to tap into it — maybe because he’s Irish.
We wanted to offer an outdoor patio and a private dining room as well as a causal one, and to create a really nice bar,” she said. Understated is the word I would use.”Saliers considers herself a “big foodie” and is proud that the original Watershed was one of the purveyors of the farm-to-table movement more than a decade ago.
She’s also quick to commend Jones and Truex on their respective roles, praising their “heart and soul.”“The restaurant business is hard,” she said matter-of-factly.