Amy Rigby

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Amy Rigby was first discovered by John Flansburgh after hearing a few NYC artists, including Laura Cantrell (who released the song on her album When the Roses Bloom Again), playing her tune "Don't Break The Heart." Mono Puff covered the song on the album Unsupervised. Jay Sherman-Godfrey played electric guitar on both Mono Puff's version of the song and on the original version, which can be found on Rigby's most critically acclaimed album, Diary of a Mod Housewife.

Amy was married to dB's drummer and Hello artist Will Rigby, from whom she gets her surname, for much of the 1980s and 90s. She was also a contributor to the Loser's Lounge.