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Indigo Girls, Kristy Lee

At 16 albums and counting, Indigo Girls are widely hailed as living legends. Rightfully so – the Atlanta-grown folk duo, made up of childhood friends Amy Ray and Emily Saliers, are beloved by audiences as much for their bluegrass-infused sound as their fierce political activism, blazing a vibrant trail for queer artists everywhere. Produced by John Reynolds of Sinéad O’Connor fame, latest LP Look Long (2020) packs soft, twang-tinged rock that basks in the gentle glow of their shared Southern upbringing. Alabama singer-songwriter Kristy Lee, fresh off 2023 album The Olive Tree, opens. – Elizabeth Braaten
Past date: Sun., March 3, 7:30pm
310 W. Willie Nelson, 512/404-1300


Indigo Girls
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