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Melissa Etheridge is a musician.
Some X-Files Examples
Some fan comments:
As a fan who mostly read on Gossamer, then moved onto the various slash sites, I do remember a certain amount of DD/GA RPF on Gossamer itself, not sure if it is still there or not. Either one of those DD/GA stories or one with Scully being with Melissa Etheridge would have been nonny's first RPF story. 
The first X-Files related story I wrote was 'The Only One', and that was MSR and not too great, but inspired by Melissa Etheridge. The first Skinner-centric piece was Aislamiento II and I have no idea what inspired it. I just fell straight from my brain to my fingertips with no stops along the way. 
X-Files Fanworks with an Etheridge Slant
- Dance Without Sleeping is an X-Files story by Lydia Bower. It's a songfic and set in the cancer-arc.
- Wet Paint NC17 Coontz, Selena - Feb 16, 1999 - 8K -- "Is the paint still wet in your do-it-by-number dream?"
Other Fan Comments
[About being a captive audience at a convention vid show]: "I always go with such hope that something like "the man song" will pop up and make me smile! I love vids but the recent choice of music that 90% of vidders are using is so awful to me I can't enjoy any of it. I loathe Enya type, Sarah McLaughlin type, Melissa Etheridge type music etc. so I decided to get on the stick and start doing stuff to what _I_ like..." 
- Etheridge song lyrics interspersed with art and fic the zine, Life Songs (Beauty and the Beast (TV))
- "This is another story idea I got from a song -- "If I Wanted To" by Melissa Etheridge this time." -- "You Think We Don't," a fic at Forever ('N Sync site)
- "Meet Me in the Dark," a Brokeback Mountain vid from Songs for Slashers
- Don't You Need, a Starsky & Hutch vid
- "The Boy Feels Strange," a Professionals vid
- Breathe (Supernatural vid)
- "Come to My Window," a Crying Game vid
- "Angels Would Fall" is a Star Wars: The Phantom Menace filk at The Filk Side
- comment at fail-fandomanon, November 4, 2015
- from Sisters in Smut Interview with Lexie Craig Williams
- 2 Dec 2002 post to the Vidder mailing list.
- by cmshaw: Songvid Review "Ballad of Jim and Blair" , September 11, 1998