Tuesday, October 19, 2010

The Indigo Girls ROCKED!

Some highlights:

Opening band was Coyote Grace - they were very good, and they joined in later also.

The Indigo Girls opened with Love of Our Life from Poseidon and the Bitter Bug.

They were very friendly and down-to-earth. Amy spent the earlier part of today biking on the Rail Trail in York, while Emily hung out downtown in a coffeeshop.

They changed guitars after every song. (Or switched to banjo or mandolin.) Certainly one way to keep everything perfectly tuned...

They sounded just as good in concert as on their CDs. And they did the fun stuff like getting the audience to sing with them. I loved singing along with them in person - it was surreal.

Other faves that they played tonight: Power of Two, Watershed, Run, Get out the Map, Everything in Its Own Time, Shame on You, It's Alright, Ozilline, Fleet of Hope, Nashville, Kid Fears, Gone Again, Yield, Heartache for Everyone, Pendulum Swinger, Sugar Tongue, Second Time Around, and two or three other songs not in my collection.

They ended with Galileo, but ended the encore with Closer to Fine.

Which is how I'm feeling right about now.


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