Amy Ray


Amy Ray shares new video for "Muscadine"

Amy Ray is premiering the video for her new single “Muscadine” today with Garden & Gun. The song features Merge Records artist H.C. McEntire and is available through all digital service providers and Amy's own Daemon Records HERE. The song was penned by Amy Ray and recorded with her band remotely in their respective homes. Amy sings this story of love and loss over a landscape of haunting melodic keyboard drones, mixed with acoustic guitar, dobro, pedal steel, and fiddle, laid over a heartbeat of rhythm and bass. Alt-Americana, North Carolinian and Merge Records artist H.C. McEntire (Mount Moriah) provides a whole chorus of backing vocals that are her own special flavor of sweet and devastating.

Amy Ray On Bob Dylan

Bob Dylan turns 80 on May 24 and all month long, for our ongoing Album ReCue series, WFUV has invited musicians to choose one Dylan studio album that's meant the most to them. This week, Amy Ray of Indigo Girls goes deep into Dylan's 1983 album, Infidels: Listen to the full conversation in the player above. Infidels followed a trilogy of Christian-themed albums — 1979's Slow Train Coming, 1980's Saved and 1981's Shot of Love — and is often noted as Dylan's return to secular music.