Postponed from last season due to the musicians' strike (you wouldn't expect the Indigo Girls to cross a picket line, now would you?), the piece was a high-energy celebration of youth, angst and euphoria. Emily Saliers' "Ghost" was paired with a sensual, dramatic performance that fleshed out that mournful tune's tale of lost love, while Amy Ray's "Scooter Boys" provided a thrilling backdrop for a testosterone-rich display of graceful athleticism.
It was a memorable night that cast Atlanta in its very best light. If a venerable arts institution and a pair of ambassadors from the local music scene can come together and create magic, anything is possible.
Little harsh, in'it?
Oh that's right...I DID say enjoy yourself.
Go to hell Kombo!
When will you be accepting applicants for the 2014 competition?
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