Nearly 22 years after the Indigo Girls began making music together in Georgia, Amy Ray and Emily Saliers are on tour supporting their new album, “Despite Our Differences.”
They’ve been at Britt before (in 2000, 2001 and 2004) and return at 7:30 p.m., Friday, June 15.
Hear their music, check their tour schedule, watch video and read studio notes from the recording of “Despite Our Differences,” and get involved in causes that the duo cares about and thinks fans will too. It’s all on their Web site, www.indigogirls.com".
Brandi Carlile, who made a guest appearance on the Indigo Girls’ latest CD, opens the show. The singer-songwriter credits the folk-rock duo with inspiring her to pick up a guitar a decade ago. In 2005, Rolling Stone named her one of 10 artists to watch.
Learn more about Carlile and what else inspires her at www.brandicarlile.com.
Tickets cost $42 for reserved seating, $29 for lawn seating and $17 for children up to age 12.
The Oregon Climate Service reports that the average high temperature for June 15 is about 80 degrees. After studying the past nearly 80 years of records, the service sets the probability of rain on this date at 16.7 percent.
As the date approaches, check out what forecasters are predicting for the date this year at the Mail Tribune's weather page.