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GRAMMY Award-winning folk-rock duo behind hit songs “Closer to Fine” and “Galileo” have gained a loyal fan base over the years by combining haunting vocal harmonies with powerful lyrics. Comprised of singers/songwriters/guitarists Amy Ray and Emily Saliers, the Indigo Girls made mainstream success in 1989 when their self-titled album reached platinum status and earned a GRAMMY Award for Best Contemporary Folk Recording. The duo released 3 albums in the last 2 years, including Staring Down the Brilliant Dream in 2010, which features recordings from more than 30 live performances.

The Atlanta-based Shadowboxers are an up-and-coming pop group that boasts infectious melodies and a soulful spin. Some of their biggest hits include “When Can I Be (Your Man),” “Finish What I Start,” and “She Forgives.”

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