On April 9, The Wall Street Journal premiered the first single, "Happy In the Sorrow Key," from the Indigo Girls upcoming album. Their new album, titled One Lost Day, is their 14th studio album and will be available on June 2. Amy Ray and Emily Saliers make up the Indigo Girls and the new track was written by Ray after her father died suddenly in the fall of 2013. The duo has been making music together for over twenty-five years and have quite an impressive catalog of music, which includes twelve studio albums, three live records and various Greatest Hits compilations.
The Indigo Girls haven't released a new album since Beauty Queen Sister, which came out in October of 2011, so fans are eagerly anticipating the arrival of new music. Known for their activism and philanthropy, the Indigo Girls give back whenever they can. On May 15, they will be playing a special show in Nashville at the Thistle Stop Cafe. The concert will benefit Thistle Farms, which sells all natural bath and body products to help the women of Magdalene, a community of women who have survived lives of prostitution, addiction, abuse, and life on the streets.
This summer, the Indigo Girls will be going on tour in support of their new album. So far the following dates and venues are scheduled, with more to be added soon.
June 20 in Dayton, OH @ Schuster Performing Arts Center
June 26 in Atlanta, GA @ Chastain Park
July 5 in San Diego, CA @ Humphrey's by the Bay
July 7 in Los Angeles, CA @ El Rey
July 8 & 9 in Saratoga, CA @ Montalvo Arts Center
July 14 in Layton, UT @ Edward A. Kenley Centennial Amphitheater
July 17 in Apple Valley, MN @ Weesner Amphitheater
July 19 in Madison, WI @ Capital Theater
July 21 in Chicago, IL @ Vic Theatre
July 25 in Westhampten Beach, NY @ Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center
July 29 in Selbyville, DE @ Freeman Stage
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