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Amy Ray Band On Mountain Stage

One half of Indigo Girls, Amy Ray makes her 10th appearance on Mountain Stage with songs from her latest album, Holler.
Source: Brian Blauser

Beginning with the ' debut in 1991, has proven herself to be one of those rare artists who is never bashful about expressing what's on her mind musically, socially

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