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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. Saliers swears she isn’t weary of performing the song.Emily, hanging out at Watershed earlier this summer.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.In fact, Amy & Emily are the only duo with top 40 titles on the Billboard 200 in the ’80s, ’90s, ’00s and ’10s!
Is that a departure or something that was always there and is just surfacing now?
Mother Jones spoke with the Girls while they were on tour in Wyoming.
In the past few years, as your music has evolved, you’ve gotten more electronic.
Ray, who lives in the north Georgia mountains, recently released her fourth solo album, “Lung of Love,” while Decatur-ite Saliers has been immersed in Watershed, the Southern cuisine restaurant she co-owns with Ross Jones that opened in its new South Buckhead location in May.
Earlier this summer, the charmingly low-key Saliers sat in Watershed’s back private dining room – a comfortably open and chic space where songs from Jack Johnson and Stevie Nicks played overhead – and nibbled on chef/managing partner Joe Truex’s “crabby shrimp burger” to talk about the restaurant and her music.