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Anaïs Mitchell

Anaïs Mitchell

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From the October, 2007 issue

Anaïs Mitchell was raised on a sheep farm in Vermont, and her songs have the freshness of deep, unsullied nature. I don't think I've ever heard songs quite like this: twisty and melodic and somehow effortlessly literate, steeped in traditional folk but eager to comment on the shiny, scary problems of this modern age.

 
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