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Whether for her work with Indigo Girls or her long-standing solo career, one thing’s for sure: Amy Ray is a purveyor of great music.
If It All Goes South, the 10th solo album from Amy Ray, was born from a deep devotion to creating music that strengthens the soul. Over the course of 10 gracefully crafted and galvanizing tracks, the Georgia-bred musician reflects on our collective history and shares her vision for a better future, threading every song with intensely personal storytelling and clear-eyed observation. Rooted in the warmly incisive songwriting Ray has long brought to her role as co-founder of the seminal folk duo the Indigo Girls—now in their fifth decade—If It All Goes South ultimately provides the kind of forward-thinking perspective needed to carry on with purpose, hope, and irrepressible joy.
Ray’s music might best be described as folk-rock, though even that would be a tough sell, depending on the song. Her 10 solo albums encompass feminist Americana, political punk, gospel, punkabilly, and folk, each handled with equal parts unruly ingenuity and extraordinary precision. Each effort seems to lean into Ray’s myriad influences in different ways and help her defy easy categorization.
Producer’s Circle member Tom G.