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Amy Ray

Indigo Girl and Daemon Records founder Amy Ray talks about her hands-on approach to running a label, along with her current listening and reading list, favorite movies, and comments from Daemon artists. (8 hi-res pages from Performing Songwriter Issue 66, December 2002)

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Amy is also featured in:

Indigo Girls Interview – 2 pages:

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Issue 66
Issue 66
Interviews with Indigo Girls’ Amy Ray, Ray Charles, Joan Osborne, Vonda Shepard, Hem, Lowen & Navarro, Ellis Paul, Kenny Edwards, George Duke, Joe Henry, Mama Sissoko and Rachael Sage. Plus the life of Eva Cassidy, Indie Label Spotlights on Sugar Hill, Razor & Tie and Yep Roc, behind Jackie DeShannon’s songs “Put a Little Love in Your Heart” and “Bette Davis Eyes,” and Henry Diltz’s parting shot of John Stewart and his father.

 

Issue 31
Issue 31
Interviews with Indigo Girls, Todd Rundgren, producer Kenny Greenberg, The Bottlerockets, Fred Eaglesmith, The Floating Men, Michael Fracasso, Vance Gilbert, Deanna Kirk, Dana & Karen Kletter, Beth Wood, Karen Savoca and Gary Nicholson. Part 2 of Janis Ian’s series on the ABC’s of Being Boss; a visit to Nashville’s Bluebird Café; Christine Lavin tells us what it takes to go wireless; Part 2 of Paul Reisler’s series on melody writing; and Julie Gold tells the story behind her hit “From a Distance.”

 

Issue 5
Issue 5
Interviews with Indigo Girls Amy Ray and Emily Saliers, Tori Amos, Walter Hyatt, Julie Gold, Buddy Mondlock, Kristina Olsen, Michael Lille and Bill Morrissey. Plus Michael Johnson’s tips on protecting your guitar; Part 2 of the single-song contract; Fred Koller’s taboo songwriting subjects; Debbie Beinhorn discusses how to use your whole brain to achieve singing mastery; Craig Anderton explains how to improve demo quality through MIDI; Christine Lavin shares a few of her gigs from hell; Neil Gills looks at the basics of copyright; and a visit to The Barns of Wolf Trap in Vienna, Virginia and Westborough, Massachusetts’ Old Vienna Kaffehaus. RARE COPY

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