Sisterhood Outdoors with founder Amy Ray Williams!
Great Plains Outdoors
Amy Ray Williams is a passionate outdoorswoman and founder of the Sisterhood Outdoors! Amy's passion is helping ladies get out and enjoy the outdoors on all sorts of adventures and in all kinds of locations! Thanks for tuning in!!
Episode 170: Antiracist Country Music (feat. M Lockwood Porter, Karen and the Sorrows, Jason Isbell, The Skipperdees, Lee Bains III and the Glory Fires, Amy Ray)
Adobe And Teardrops Podcast
This week, I review some of my favorite anti-racist country songs -- and what anti-racism even means. And yes, it's meant to be this short! Read the transcript here. Links from the episode: The Spotify playlist this episode is based on My article in The Boot about the ACM Awards Redlining in Country Music: Representation in the Country Music Industry (2000 - 2020) 2016 interview w/ M Lockwood Porter Country Music Against White Supremacy and the #ChangeCountry Pledge Donate to the Color My Country Grant Tracks played: M. Lockwood Porter -- “Charleston” (How to Dream Again) Karen and the Sorrows -- “The Price of the Ticket” (The Narrow Place) Jason Isbell -- “White Man’s World” (The Nashville Sound) The Skipperdees -- “Sins of the Father” (The SkipperdeEP) Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires -- “Whitewash” (Live at the Nick) Amy Ray -- “Didn’t Know a Damn Thing” (Holler) Next week’s topic: Contemporary Classics -- brand new music with a vintage feel Podcast intro by Alma Contra, music from Two Cow Garage’s “Stars & Gutters” Send me music via SubmitHub! Send me money via Ko-fi or Patreon. Find Rachel and her comic via https://linktr.ee/rachel.cholst
ATTENTION WOMEN WHO WISH TO BE IN RECOVERY - THIS EPISODE IS FOR YOU! ATTENTION WOMEN WHO CONNECT WITH , "Women Helping Women", THIS EPISODE IS FOR YOU. Joining us is Amy Ray, our serendipitous guest who Leanne connected with by the Ocean in Cabo San Lucas! (She also delivered us with our newest member to HTC Family, her son Sam! Hi Sam! 👋) You'll quickly learn why Leanne and Amy hit it off, because Amy has a bright energy and heart that she wears so beautifully on her sleeve. Amy works as a Group Facilitator at Lake County Haven, a women's shelter in the suburbs of Chicago. Amy started her social service career at Women’s Residential Services where she provided individual and group services to women and children. Amy is passionate about providing “a way out” of the chaos of homelessness so that women and children can live full, abundant lives. Inside of this episode: ↣ Stigma surrounding Homelessness ↣ Addiction, Relapse & Recovery ↣ Self Esteem & Negative Thinking ↣ The importance of the words we speak to ourselves ↣ Mental Health (Are anxiety and depression synonymous with one another?) ↣ The labels we (and society) give ourselves ↣ Instant Gratification and why it doesn't always work Learn More: Website: https://www.lakecountyhaven.org Want to spread some kindness? We invite you to join in on the #KindWordsCampaign and send a note or word of encouragement to the ladies of the Haven. You can do so here: https://www.lakecountyhaven.org/get-involved/kind-words-campaign/ Connect with Have The Conversation: ↣ Instagram ↣ Facebook ↣ LinkedIn ↣ Website: www.htcpod.com **** If you enjoyed this episode, please let us know by leaving a 5-star review over on iTunes. It means the world and helps us reach more people that need to hear these messages. This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/havetheconversation/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/havetheconversation/support
O frabjous day! Amy Ray is here. Amy's been making music with her Indigo Girls bandmate Emily Saliers for over 35-years. She joins us to talk about the band's legacy, identifying as genderqueer, and the lasting power of "Closer to Fine". LGBTQ&A is hosted by Jeffrey Masters and produced by The Advocate magazine, in partnership with GLAAD. @lgbtqpod
16 Melissa York - Creative Director ( The Butchies / Team Dresch / Amy Ray )
Killed by Desk
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Stereo Embers The Podcast: Amy Ray (The Indigo Girls)
Stereo Embers: The Podcast
"Georgia On All Of Our Minds”Well, when it comes to Georgia, there’s no one better to talk to than Amy Ray. The Decatur-born singer songwriter may have started her collegiate career at Vanderbilt but her coming back home to attend Emory in Atlanta has been a kind of metaphor for her life: She’s been all around the world but she always comes back to Georgia. Ray is one half of the internationally beloved Grammy Award winning band the Indigo Girls and along with Emily Sailers, they’ve put out 15 studio albums, including 2020’s marvelous effort Look Long. Ray, who has put out six solo albums including 2018s awesome Holler, is a punk at heart and she’s collaborated with everyone from The Butches to Joan Jett. Armed with an infectious lippy snarl and pure folk finesse, Ray is truly one of the greatest American songwriters out there and her lyrics are always literary, socially conscious and deeply felt. Her new single "Tear It Down” tackles the spirit of southern rebellion and its complicated history. Written with Nina Simone and Billie Holiday in mind, on this track Ray grapples with what it truly means to be anti-racist by deconstructing the symbols and myths that she feels perpetuate racism in the first place. In other words, can you be a proud southerner, living in the south while also rejecting the iconography that embroiders the landscape? A record label owner, a mother, a partner and a social activist , Amy Ray is the real deal and every number she writes adds more depth and power to the American Songbook. In this conversation she talks to Alex about the political climate in Georgia, her love of punk rock and why a songwriting slump can be a valuable thing. She also talks about the upcoming Senatorial runoff, her love of fiction and why though she can live anywhere she wants, her heart will always belong to Georgia.
S3 E15 - Pre-season Prep with Amy Ray and Chris Belinda
Mule Deer Foundation - Talking Mule Deer Podcast
Pre-Season Prep with Amy Ray and Chris Belinda – Season 3 Episode 15 – August 3 Hunting season is just around the corner with archery hunts starting in just a few weeks, so this episode of Talking Mule Deer focuses on how to get ready for your hunt – particularly through the eyes of two friends from the East who come West to hunt. Amy Ray is the owner of Sisterhood of the Outdoors, a business that offers women’s only hunts across the country including a number of mule deer, elk, and pronghorn hunts. Chris Belinda (yep, you probably recognize that last name) has been a taxidermist in Pennsylvania for 35 years – he also happens to be Steve’s brother so he’s had some experience traveling West for big game hunts. We talk about the gear to pack that we’ve learned is crucial, how you can scout your hunt unit remotely or in person, and other things you can do to get ready for your hunt. Chris offers a wealth of information about what you can do to be prepared when you decide to mount your trophy. We also provide some resources to understand what you need to consider as far as Chronic Wasting Disease, courtesy of the CWD Alliance, and also encourage checking information about COVID-19 restrictions in the state you are traveling to including potential quarantine considerations.
In this summer bonus episode, Karen shares her spring interview with Amy Ray of the Indigo Girls in preparation for her NPR article on the duo. Special thanks to NPR Music (especially Ann Powers and Marissa Loruss o), as well as the Indigo Girls and their team (especially Carla Parisi and Russell Carter) for making this all happen! Stay tuned for KT's interview with Emily, coming up next.
Currently touring with Amy Ray and a fixed part of Mark Lanagan’s touring & studio band for a while now.. Jeff has also played with Dave Abbruzzese, Star Anna, Stone Gossard, Duff McKagan and others & was on the Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown episode with Mark Lanegan Jeff talks about some of the family hardships he had early on and their impact… Playing with Derek Trucks & Susan Tedeschi, Joe Walsh, Robbie Robertson & Chrissie Hynde… most influential musical experience (NOT what you’d think)... favorite guitar players (again, NOT who you’d think)... mistakes made & lessons learned. VERY candid convo, great guy, incredibly grateful, optimistic and driven: Support this Show: http://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/support Subscribe https://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/subscribe/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EveryoneLovesGuitar/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/everyonelovesguitar/