Posts Tagged: Didn’t It Feel Kinder

Amy Ray, Pounding Pavement This Fall


Hot on the heels of her critically-acclaimed third solo record, Didn’t It Feel Kinder, Atlanta-based folk-punker and one half of the Indigo Girls, Amy Ray has announced a run of October and November dates in support of the album. Joining her on legs of the trek will be the indie-fried alt.country boys of Arizona and… Read more »

Amy Ray ‘Feeling Kinder’ on Amy Ray TV


Amy Ray (who you may know as the spirited, punky half of the Indigo Girls) recently released her third solo album, Didn’t It Feel Kinder , and it’s already bringing in praise from big guns like CNN.com . Amy recently brought down the house with an intimate performance celebrating the release at Housing Works in… Read more »

Amy Ray’s Got To Be


Amy Ray will not be put in a box, thank you very much. You’ll be clear on this full sentiment–both her transcendence of labels, and the grateful makeup of her downhome outlook–when you listen to Didn’t It Feel Kinder, her newest solo album from Daemon Records, the label she’s run since the success of the… Read more »

Shine On You, Amy Ray


Atlanta-based songwriter and Rind frequenter Amy Ray just can’t stop. She just released her third solo record Didn’t It Feel Kinder last week, Amy Ray TV is up and running, and she’s still managing to play live shows too! As for the album, it’s chock-full of goodies, including contributions from Kaia Wilson of Team Dresch,… Read more »

Amy Ray Preps Solo Album For Summer Release


Atlanta-based songwriter, and perennial Indigo Girl, Amy Ray is set to release her third solo album on August 5th. Didn’t It Feel Kinder , the surprisingly brawny follow-up to 2004’s Prom, once again trades in Ray’s acoustic guitar for an electric, and reaffirms her position as one of the most striking voices in contemporary music…. Read more »