Addi Twigg is the powerful front woman of the Pittsburgh-based pop-soul rock band The Telephone Line. With their energetic and passionate style and well crafted pop songwriting mixed with vintage organ vibes, they have won many hearts as their music is heard on rotation on WYEP and they grace the many stages of Pittsburgh's music venues. Addi also has roots in comedy, performing as part of a comedy duo (Bait & Switch), writing jingles (including "Steeler Ladies", and producing her own hilarious podcast, Add It Up. She is an eminent feminist, as passionately demonstrated in her band's anti-harassment anthem, "Back Off", which can be heard as a part of her episode of Petticoat Rule.
SPOTIFY: The Addi Twigg Playlist
November 6th, 2017 | 1 hr 8 mins
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Belting songstress Addi Twigg from Pittsburgh-based pop-soul rock band The Telephone Line joins Petticoat Rule to discuss her need to let the songs out, her fervent feminism, and how she balances contentment with achievement.