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Grammy ‘Girls’

What started as a childhood friendship has turned into an illustrious musical career for Emily Saliers and Amy Ray, also known as the Indigo Girls.

After 14 studio albums, three live records, three greatest hits compilations and seven Grammy nominations, including the 1990 Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Folk Recording for hit “Closer To Fine,” the Indigo Girls make their local debut in an outdoor show at 7:30 p.m. July 26 at Grande River Vineyards, 787 Elberta Ave., in Palisade.

In advance of the show, Saliers talked about her interests outside music and the long, successful career of the Indigo Girls. She called July 9 from Toronto, Canada, where she was “losing (her) mind” with excitement in anticipation of seeing the Beyonce and Jay Z show that night.


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