Red Rocks Amphitheatre | Morrison, Colorado
A live musical collaboration we never knew we needed will satisfy our need for genuine soulful and folk-infused music this 2024. We are talking about the co-headlining tour of two of the biggest acts: Indigo Girls and Amos Lee. If this team-up doesn't excite you, you are on the wrong site — and probably don't appreciate good music at all. Famous for his songs "Shout Out Loud," "Keep It Loose, Keep It Tight," and "Worry No More," among many others, Amos Lee will sport his soulful voice and emotionally resonant songwriting this September 15 at the Red Rocks Amphitheater. Amy Ray and Emily Saliers of the Indigo Girls will also sing their way to your hearts as they perform their career-defining hits "Closer to Fine," "Power of Two," "Galileo," and many others. It will be an evening of nostalgia and musical brilliance that transcended generations. So grab your tickets now and prepare to spend the evening with these two acts as they weave together folk, soul, and emotional storytelling in a way that will move listeners of all ages. Click the "Get Tickets" link to secure yours now.
When Brandi Carlile made a cover of "Closer to Fine" for the 2023 "Barbie" movie, Indigo Girls never expected the uptick in their streaming stats. Clearly, the new generation has been introduced to the music (and the greatness, if you will) of Amy Ray and Emily Saliers. Although this is a boost to their career, loyal fans don't need this validation from newer fans as they know that Indigo Girls could easily snatch the title of the best female duo. That might be subject to argument, but their exceptional track record would vouch for that claim.
With nearly four decades of making music, Indigo Girls has sold over 15 million records worldwide. Responsible for massive hits like "Power of Two," "Closer to Fine," "Shame on You," and "Galileo," among many others, the duo has released quality music that not only made a mark in the folk-rock music but creatively tackled some serious societal issues. Thus, it would not be a surprise that they lasted over 35 years in the music industry. They have released 15 studio albums, four live albums, and five compilations — all of which showcased their musical prowess and songwriting skills. Their induction to the "Women Songwriters Hall of Fame" tops off a long list of awards and nominations from reputable award-giving bodies, including the Grammys, GLAAD Media Awards, and Americana Music Honors & Awards.
This year, the duo will be embarking on a co-headlining tour with another iconic folk-rock icon, Amos Lee. Famous for hits like "Arms of a Woman," "Worry No More," "Keep It Loose, Keep It Tight," "Sweet Pea," and "Colors," to name a few, Lee has been in the music industry since the early 2000s. Over the years, he has released 10 studio albums, with "Honeysuckle Switches: The Songs of Lucinda Williams" as the latest released in 2023. He also made some collaborations with some of the biggest names in the industry, including Zac Brown Band, Lucinda Williams, Alison Kraus, and Willie Nelson. He was also nominated for and won multiple awards, including the Billboard Music Award and the Americana Music Honors & Awards. Needless to say, his success is something every budding artist could dream about.
With their recent announcement of embarking on a co-headlining tour for 2024, Amos Lee and the Indigo Girls made their devoted fans excited. After all, it's not every year that we see such exciting collaborations during the concert season. Catch them this September 15 at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre. This show will be an intimate dialog between artists and audience, celebrating enduring musical legacies. So be sure to witness it. Get your tickets now.