Ingrid Michaelson With Sugar and the Hi-Lows - Culture Room, Fort Lauderdale - October 16

Better than: Staying in and watching an episode of Grey's Anatomy.

Thanks to hit songs such as "Be OK," "You and I," and the newly released "Blood Brothers," Ingrid Michaelson has made her way into our homes and hearts with her signature ukulele-infused indie-pop sounds. Last night, the charming and surprisingly sassy Ingrid Michealson brought her fall acoustic tour to the Culture Room.

See also:

- Sugar and the Hi Lows' Trent Dabbs on Nashville: "You Can Throw a Rock and Hit Someone Who Wrote Your Favorite Song."
- Five Music Icon Makeovers in Ingrid Michaelson's "Blood Brothers" Video

Opening last night's show was the Nashville based duo Sugar and the Hi-Lows. Composed of singer/songwriters Amy Stroup and Trent Dabbs, the pair has found a way to marry the worlds of indie music to bluesy rock without it sounding gimmicky.

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Betsey Denberg