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Wendy from Akron, Ohio
JUST NOT THEMSELVES TONIGHT
Lucy opened for Indigo girls again and continues to be funny, talented and a fine entertainer. Lyris Hung was amazing on violin! The venue was extremely hot. The Indigo Girls just didn’t seem themselves. We have seen the Indigo Girls so many times in so many places over past 28 years. They are amazing. Something was off tonight, particularly in Emily’s voice and concerning to me that maybe she wasn’t feeling well. Love them all and wish the best as they continue their tour. Take care and safe travels.
DHACK from Dallas, Texas
INDIGO GIRLS WE SHOWED UP FOR YOU
Many loyal fans paid a high price for tickets and showed up for the Indigo Girls but not sure the girls were 100% on board with the venue or were felling healthy??. Both appeared nervous and Emily’s voice struggled most of the show. If there are empty seats for Sunday show, please invite the guests back from Friday’s’ performance who deserved at least 1 more good song.
Carolyn from Boston, Massachusetts
A BIT DISAPPOINTED
I have seen the Indigo Girls several times and they are amazing artists, musicians, instrumentalists and most importantly, human beings. Emily’s voice seems strained and not at all what I expected having heard her in previous venues. I feel sad for her as it was apparent either she was not feeling well or that the title volume of her lungs ha# changed dramatically. The good news is she could get involved in yoga and breath work and other cardiovascular efforts to improve her stamina. Having no singing talent myself I hate to be judgmental but it was apparent her voice did not carry the same luster 😟
RJS from Dallas, Texas
SOUND ISSUES SUNDAY SHOW
I have always enjoyed the Indigo girls music but never took time to see them live. I saw that they were coming thru Dallas and appearing with the Symphony and thought "should be a good show". I took my daughter to this event. Purchased seats on side 2 nd level - Suite V. As a side note, my husband works in music industry so I have been to many concerts. This show looked like it would of/should of been good but it was not. We could not hear the girls - the Sound was Horrible. Give the Symphony props - heard that sound loud and clear - but the Indigo girls sound was not clear at all. I sat thru the entire concert trying to hear something. Totally disappointed in both the Indigo girls performance and the venue.
Heather Aldridge from Lake Bluff, Illinois
WHAT WAS GOING ON?
Ravinia is an awesome venue! We have been donors for years. We arrived early and could hear the Indigo Girls warming up with a band in background and thought, "not bad? Well, they're warming up" Then the Indigo Girls took the stage with a violinist and a backup signer, I was ready for a nice show. What was going on? No one was signing on key? Shaky, off key, no harmonizing between the Indigo Girls nor the backup signer? The constant guitar changes throughout the show between the Indigo Girls turned into a drinking game among us! Really surprised by the level of unpreparedness of the group itself. Well, I just know I paid for 8 expensive tickets for others in the group that had been fans of the Indigo Girls, who were questioning what we had experienced, as we left before the end of the show. If I could get my money back, I would gladly ask for it.
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