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CU Presents’ 2015-16 season continues with a joint performance by the Indigo Girls, an internationally-renowned folk duo, and the University of Colorado Boulder’s all-student University Symphony Orchestra.The already sold-out performance takes place Thursday, March 31, at CU-Boulder’s Macky Auditorium.Their biggest hit, “Closer to Fine,” has become an unofficial anthem for millions of gay men and lesbians who grew up grappling with their sexuality.Saliers says she and Amy Ray love the way the music brings diverse groups of people together in concert halls and amphitheaters across the world.
It’s a really, really, really cool package and a friend of mine did it so I just feel super-proud.
The Indigo Girls hit the airwaves in 1985 with their first non-album single “Crazy Game” and have released nearly 20 combined studio and live albums since that time.
Notable singles have included, “Closer to Fine”, “Galileo”, “Least Complicated”, “Power of Two”, “Shame on You” and “Get Out the Map”.
Gay rights activist and advocate of the earth Amy Elizabeth Ray knows a thing or two about the perils and promises that occur within the music industry.
Being one half of the celebrated all-female folk-rock duo the Indigo Girls [Emily Saliers makes up the other half of the team], the Georgia-born singer/songwriter delights in sharing her wisdom with up-and-coming acts like out-lesbian singer/songwriter Brandi Carlile and lesbian favorite Jill Hennessy.