Anaïs Mitchell at Center for Arts at the Armory

on 10/10/2019
folk, singer-songwriter, seen live, female vocalists, indie
Anaïs (uh-nay-is) Mitchell (born 26 March 1981) is an American singer-songwriter, musician, and playwright from Vermont, USA, who attended Middlebury College. Anaïs' voice is akin to Cyndi Lauper's & song-writing / delivery's inspired by the confessional styling of artists such as Ani DiFranco. In 2002, she released The Song They Sang... When Rome Fell. In 2003, she was a winner of the New Folk Competition, at the Kerrville Folk Festival. In 2004, her second album, Hymns for the Exiled, was released (Waterbug Records). Read more on Last.fm

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