Amy Ray

For more than twenty-five years, Amy Ray has been renowned as one half of the Grammy-award winning folk duo Indigo Girls. She is also a community activist, and has had an indie label, Daemon Records, since 1989. With her debut solo album, Stag (2001), Ray turned in her acoustic for an electric and delivered a critically acclaimed album that showed her love of punk and rock. Since then, she has released two live records and four more solo studio albums: her rock/punk records, Prom, Didn’t It Feel Kinder, Lung of Love, and her country record, Goodnight Tender, her first foray into traditional country music. Her newest live recording is called The Tender Hour and was recorded at Seattle’s Triple Door. The record features her top-notch country band playing all the tunes from Goodnight Tender as well as a few songs from her earlier releases.

(photo credit: Paul Dunlap and Denise Plumb)

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Talks

Amy Ray (Indigo Girls) Talks a Playlist of Songs from Her Ten Favorite Albums of 2015

By Amy Ray | January 15, 2016

Amy Ray (Indigo Girls) Talks a Playlist of Songs from Her Ten Favorite Albums of 2015

This playlist includes both driving tunes and music for two-year-olds to dance to.

Amy Ray (Indigo Girls) Talks Against Me!’s Transgender Dysphoria Blues

By Amy Ray | January 22, 2014

Amy Ray (Indigo Girls) Talks Against Me!’s Transgender Dysphoria Blues

I’m not a music writer. I don’t really know how to distill songs and sounds into descriptive language. A great music critic can make you really...