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'''Avery Hellman''' is an American singer-songwriter (stage name '''Ismay'''). Their debut album, ''Songs of Sonoma Mountain'', came out in 2020. They also have a podcast, ''Where the World Begins'', a series of narrative stories about Sonoma Mountain, meant to accompany the album.
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'''Avery Hellman''' is an American country singer-songwriter (stage name '''Ismay'''). Their debut album, ''Songs of Sonoma Mountain'', came out in 2020. They also have a podcast, ''Where the World Begins'', a series of narrative stories about Sonoma Mountain, meant to accompany the album.
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In addition to using the labels [[genderqueer]] and [[nonbinary]], Avery has described themself as "a Cow[[birl]] (a mix between a Cowboy and Cowgirl)".<ref>[https://fb.watch/1PLniFcIWi/ Facebook post], October 4, 2019</ref>
   
 
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Avery Hellman
Nationality American
Pronouns they/them
Gender identity nonbinary[1][2]
Occupation musician, podcaster

Avery Hellman is an American country singer-songwriter (stage name Ismay). Their debut album, Songs of Sonoma Mountain, came out in 2020. They also have a podcast, Where the World Begins, a series of narrative stories about Sonoma Mountain, meant to accompany the album.

In addition to using the labels genderqueer and nonbinary, Avery has described themself as "a Cowbirl (a mix between a Cowboy and Cowgirl)".[3]

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  1. Geist, Dale. "Avery Hellman: Ismay's Calm Cowbirl Energy". Country Queer. Retrieved November 17, 2020.
  2. Obenour, David C. (March 18, 2020). "Ismay's Avery Hellman". Off Shelf. Retrieved November 17, 2020.
  3. Facebook post, October 4, 2019