The Indigo Girls are an American folk music duo started in Atlanta, GA by Amy Ray and Emily Saliers in 1985. Their first single “Crazy Game” was released that year, followed by a six-track self-titled EP. In that same year, the pair released their first full-length album titled “Strange Fire”. In 1988, they signed on with Epic Records and had their first major-label release titled “Indigo Girls”, which hit the charts at the 22nd spot. In 1990, they won a Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Folk Album and were nominated for Best New Artist. They then went on to produce seven more albums with Epic Records.

In 2006 the Indigo Girls left Epic for Hollywood records and put out an album titled “Despite Our Differences”, but were dropped by the label during their tour in 2007. The duo now works independently and released their most-recent album, “Poseidon and the Bitter Bug,” in March of 2009. As of January 2010, they are currently touring the United States

Isbell, Blackberry Smoke, Indigo Girls, Yacht Rock Headline Drive-In Show
Live Nation announced the return of its Live From the Drive-In series in October, when the Ameris Bank Amphitheatre will host shows featuring four bands across two weekends. Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit open the shows on Friday, October 16, with Blackberry Smoke performing Saturday the 17th. On... Read more
Soccer, Football Headline Tuesday Tickets On Sale
Soccer and football will dominate tomorrow’s tickets on sale as Washington teams Tacoma Defiance and Tri-Cities Fire release home game tickets to Cheney Stadium and Toyota Center Kennewick, respectively. Kentucky Wildcats Football will also begin to sell tickets to their Blue-White Spring Game, and baseball will make an appearance for Milwaukee... Read more
Sugarland, Big East Hoops Headline Tickets On Sale
A reunited Sugarland is touring in 2018, and fans have their first shot at grabbing tickets today, as a number of shows are available for presale, headlining the day’s tickets on sale update. Other presales available include a pair of dates on the Steely Dan/Doobie Brothers tour, the annual... Read more
Today’s recap includes concert announcements, event ticket sale updates and more, as compiled by TicketNews on March 16, 2009. After the first weekend of on-sales in Europe, U2’s 360 Tour has already sold-out five concerts in three cities. More than 300,000 tickets were sold for two concerts in Gothenberg,... Read more
Today’s recap includes summer tour announcements, special event updates and more, as compiled by TicketNews on February 26, 2009. Def Leppard, Poison and Cheap Trick have announced plans to tour together this summer with 40 cities mapped for their run so far. They aren’t the only veteran hard rock... Read more
Though she’s best known as one-half of the successful folk-rock group Indigo Girls, singer-songwriter Amy Ray is going solo for her upcoming North American tour. The 25-city trek kicks off October 19 at 3rd & Lindsley in Nashville, TN, and wraps November 22 at the Variety Playhouse in Atlanta,... Read more
Australian indie rocker Missy Higgins is continuing her musical conquest of North America, and she’s getting some help from two established musical acts this time around. Many of the dates on the singer-songwriter’s upcoming tour leg are split between the Indigo Girls and Ben Folds. Of the 26 shows... Read more
Indigo Girls — Amy Ray and Emily Saliers — currently on a summer tour with dates issued through July 19, have added a 20-date, 17-city fall leg. The tour begins September 11 in Spartanburg, SC and continues through October 5, which includes a three-night run at Mohegan Sun in... Read more
The Indigo Girls have celebrated their 20th year in music by embarking on an international tour, beginning in Cambridge, England on February 14, through major cities in England, Scotland and Ireland, and on to the east coast of America in mid-March. Amy Ray and Emily Saliers will bring their... Read more