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Amy Ray

Amy Ray - FUV Live - 2014

by Darren DeVivo

In addition to her work with Indigo Girls, Amy Ray also puts out solo records and she's now released her fifth, called Goodnight Tender. Amy stopped by Studio A to share some of the new songs and to talk about the making of the new record. She also shed some light on the difference between writing for the Indigo Girls versus writing for her solo work.

Public Radio Rocks!

by John Platt
Zoran Orlic

We probably don’t need to convince you about the invaluable role public radio plays in supporting music, but you can’t take some things for granted. So WFUV is proud to partner with NPR and other stations across the country as we declare April to be Public Radio Music Month.

Amy Ray - Words and Music - 2009

by Claudia Marshall
Photo By Laura Fedele (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0)
'Didn't It Feel Kinder' is album #3 for Amy Ray, and when she unplugged for a solo, acoustic session at 'FUV, she spoke with host Claudia Marshall about her reasons for stepping out of the Indigo Girls on occasion, and how the songs differ in her two musical outlets.

Amy Ray Concert - 2008

by Rita Houston
Photo by Laura Fedele

Amy Ray celebrates the release of her solo CD 'Didn't It Feel Kinder' with a concert at Housing Works Bookstore, joined by Brandi Carlile, Arizona, and... Rita Houston for a backstage interview. [8/6/08]