Indigo Girls {{SOLD OUT}}

Kirchesner Concerts Presents Indigo Girls {{SOLD OUT}}

Sunday, May 20th at 7:30opm 

Lebanon Opera House - Lebanon, NH

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The Indigo Girls (Emily Saliers and Amy Ray) released their sixteenth studio album, One Lost
Day, on June 2nd.Vast in its reach, but unified by the traveler's sense of wonder, gratitude, and
empathy, One Lost Day moves like a centrifuge, pulling the listener close to linger in the small
moment, then casting out onto sonic currents. This is music of the past, present, and future — a
boundlessness earned and not bestowed. One Lost Day has a feeling of music composed across
time, not just in time. These songs are rooted in tradition and inventive, too: nourished in dark
soils, leafing and luminous.

The Indigo Girls have spent thirty-five years performing together, produced fifteen albums
(seven gold, four platinum, and one double platinum), earned a Grammy and seven Grammy
nominations, and have toured arenas, festivals, and clubs the world over. It is rare to find
musicians together so long, rarer still with such profound successes. Their music lives in the
hearts of generations of dedicated fans and continues to inspire young musicians. This loyalty is
not accidental. Perhaps their relevance over three decades can be credited to the mighty
collisions of distinct aesthetics forging new paths over time. The Girls' refinement — not only of
style and skill, but of their own creative processes — allows access to ever new and liminal
spaces.
A long creative marriage fosters its own scrappy beauty, though, and theirs grows more nuanced,
weatherworn, and lovely in each successive album. Saliers and Ray live separate lives, take on
independent projects, but share "the same set of values," says Saliers. "We both embrace the
struggle, share the same energy. We are sisters in our embrace of life. Observers." That sort of
artistic kinship is rare and cosmic. Here, then, are the stars of that labor, the next chapter.