Indigo Girls Play the Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles

The Fonda Theatre was packed to the rafters with Indigo Girls fans singing,  dancing and cheering on August 11. The  audience took over vocals for the band during the evening, singing loud enough to fill the whole room. Amy Ray and Emily Saliers were gracious as always, thanking the audience for listening and singing along, as well as sharing the fact they are always nervous to play Los Angeles. The duo switched guitars often, showing the true talent that they carry.

The concert kicked off with “Get Out the Map,” “Land of Canaan,” and a crowd favorite “Power of Two.” Joining them on stage were Jordan Brooke Hamlin, Lyris Hung on violin, and Lucy Wainwright Roche. Roche also opened the night with her own material.

The night ended with the crowd driven “Galileo” and “Closer to Fire” —  a testament to the power of great song writing and purely talented musicians. The longevity of the Indigo Girls career is proof that soul-filled songwriting exists.

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