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Over the past 40 years, the singer-songwriter duo of Amy Ray and Emily Saliers, better known as Indigo Girls, have released 15 studio albums, performed thousands of concerts, and amassed millions of fans. With their keen ear for melody and a poet's eye for lyrics, Ray and Saliers have set the standard, not only for rock star longevity, but also as trailblazing independent artists, political activists, and LGBTQIA+ icons. Indigo Girls songs have soundtracked weddings, births, protests, and key moments in the biggest movie of 2023: Barbie. This very special evening of music and conversation, led by veteran music journalist and NPR Music critic and correspondent Ann Powers, will explore the amazing highs of Indigo Girls' timeless discography with intimate reminiscences of the stories behind the songs and unforgettable live performances of their hits and fan favorites. Join us for an evening forum in which we give their songs the full due as the life-changing treasures they are.

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