Indigo Girls Perform Classics & New Songs For NPR ‘Tiny Desk Concert’
Watch the set featuring “Closer To Fine” and more.
By Nate Todd Feb 7, 2023 • 1:11 pm PST
The Indigo Girls appeared on NPR Music’s Tiny Desk Concert. The renowned singer-songwriter duo of Amy Ray and Emily Saliers offered a career-spanning set complete with classics and more recent tunes.
Ray and Saliers — accompanied by violinist Lyris Hung — kicked off their Tiny Desk with the classic “Closer To Fine” off their 1989 self-titled major label debut. The duo then offered the title track from their latest album, 2020’s Look Long.
1999’s Come On Now Social was represented next by “Go.” Indigo Girls returned to their 1989 self-titled album to wrap their Tiny Desk with “Kid Fears.” As NPR Music noted, Ray said toward the end of their set, “I’m always quoting NPR, so thank you all for your work — all of y’all, collectively.”
Watch Indigo Girls’ Tiny Desk Concert below:
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