Indigo Girls to Perform at Music Box Supper Club in March

Concert Announcement

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JEREMY COWART
  • Jeremy Cowart
It’s been more than 30 years since the Indigo Girls independently released their first single, “Crazy Game,” and launched a successful career as folk singers who're known for their pristine vocal harmonies.

Band members Emily Saliers and Amy Ray have a friendship that goes all of the way back to elementary school and  were already working on their first songs together by high school. The band regularly visits Northeast Ohio, and Music Box Supper Club has just announced that the duo will perform at the club on March 24. A Music Box Member pre-sale starts today, and tickets go on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. tomorrow. Standing room only tickets are $65; reserved seating will set you back $75.


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