One Night Only!
PLYMOUTH MEMORIAL HALL, 83 Court St, Plymouth, MA. 02360
ABOUT THE SHOW
Released in 1989, "INDIGO GIRLS" eponymous major label debut sold over two million units under the power of singles “Closer to Fine” and “Kid Fears” and turned "INDIGO GIRLS" into one of the most successful folk duos in history.
Over a thirty-five-year career that began in clubs around their native Atlanta, Georgia, the Grammy-winning duo of Amy Ray and Emily Saliers has recorded 16 studio albums (seven gold, four platinum and one double platinum), sold over 15 million records and built a dedicated, enduring following.
“We joke about being old, but what is old when it comes to music? We’re still a bar band at heart,” says Emily Saliers. “We are so inspired by younger artists and while our lyrics and writing approach may change, our passion for music feels the same as it did when we were 25-years-old.”
Kevin T. Baldwin is a member of the American Theatre Critics Association (ATCA)
ABOUT PLYMOUTH MEMORIAL HALL
Erected in 1924 and dedicated in 1926 to those in Plymouth that served. Formerly the site of The Hedge House, PLYMOUTH MEMORIAL HALL has seen many events in its many years of operation. Events range from big name acts such as Twisted Sister, Lifehouse, Bob Dylan and Cage Titans, to smaller events such as dance competitions, wrestling events and tribute bands. PLYMOUTH MEMORIAL HALL has been used for many weddings and receptions in addition to the local High school’s graduation and the Police Academy Graduation. The Plymouth Philharmonic calls MEMORIAL HALL home for their shows throughout the year. In 2004 MEMORIAL HALL underwent a $7M renovation to restore the space as well as add a few upgrades.