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The Indigo Girls are Amy Ray and Emily Saliers. They met on the playground in grammar school in Decatur, Georgia, USA, and have been playing together since high school. Their first release in 1985 was a seven-inch single named "Crazy Game", with the B-side "Everybody's Waiting (for Someone to Come Home)". Check our available Indigo Girls concert ticket inventory and get your tickets here at ConcertBank now. Sign up for an email alert to be notified the moment we have tickets!

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At this point in their career--more than 20 years in and 14 studio albums out--the Indigo Girls have less of a stake in turning on new fans than they do in appeasing the existing ones. But even then, with a following as established as theirs and a musical formula that's hardly been messed with in the last decade, Amy Ray and Emily Saliers really only have to worry about pleasing themselves on the new Beauty Queen Sister...
With a career that spans more than 30 years, includes one Grammy award and several nominations, as well as several studio recordings that have achieved platinum, double platinum or gold record sales status, The Indigo Girls can certainly be considered amongst the most renowned folk rock duos, along side the likes of Simon & Garfunkel, The Everly Brothers and Hall & Oates...
Amy Ray and Emily Saliers of Indigo Girls have known each other since elementary school and have been playing music together for over 25 years. Their songs have always been pleasant folk-country stories, and with the duo's 12th studio album, Beauty Queen Sister, Indigo Girls continue that trend...
The Indigo Girls' fourteenth studio record Beauty Queen Sister (out tomorrow on Vanguard / IG Recordings) is one of their most ambitious and experimental releases to date-- a feat fairly unexpected this far into their twenty-five year career. In fact, it's a stunning blend of classic Indigo Girls aesthetic with new sounds and rhythms, keeping the record from disenfranchising their fan base but broadening their palette in ways seldom seen over the past ten years...
It has been a long time since the Indigo Girls have been required to bother themselves with anything but their music. Their political leanings (far left), image (earthy, fashion-challenged Southern folkies) and semi-righteous artistic stance (would you want to be the studio exec who wanders in and suggests they make a hit single?) combined with a passionate, fiercely devoted fan base have thoroughly insulated the band from outside influences...
Beginning with the upbeat knee-slapper "I Feel The Christmas Spirit", the twelve tracks in Indigo Girls' Holly Happy Days include standards like "Oh, Holy Night", "I'll Be Home For Christmas" and "Angels We Have Heard On High" along with inspired versions of not so familiar tunes and three original songs that will find their way into one's holiday rotation. The original songs crafted by Amy and Emily: "Your Holiday Song," "Mistletoe" and "The Wonder Song" are the standouts here...
This won't be a very tough sell to Indigo Girls fans. For this group of ardent followers, which ranks just below Trekkies in terms of unbridled passion, anything that carries the Indigo Girls' name is a must buy. It's a much harder sell for the casual fan, the one that might only know "Closer to Fine" and a few other big numbers. The album hardly ranks among such Indigo Girls gems as 1989's self-titled release, 1992's "Rites of Passage" or 1995's live "1200 Curfews...
Devotees of some bands expect their idols to keep evolving musically, to take risks and to try different directions. Other fans want their favorite bands to stay as they are, continuing to do what they do best, in the same ways, forever. For listeners like this, the Indigo Girls almost always deliver, and they certainly have with their ninth studio release, "All That We Let In...
The Indigo Girls' new disc, "Despite Our Differences," is the Georgia duo's first for Hollywood Records. Together since the mid-'80s, Amy Ray and Emily Saliers create another fine folk album that features all their best assets: angelic harmonies, introspective lyrics and emotional, evocative melodies. But there's more to "Despite Our Differences" than first meets the ear...
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