We are excited NPR Music's favorite session posted today is Ani DiFranco's live performance of her new song "Binary" from Folk Alley Sessions. Check it out on NPR.org Recorded last January at the 30A Songwriters Festival in Santa Rosa Beach, FL, the Folk Alley Sessions includes an interview with Ani and two additional live performances. Thanks to the magic of the internet you can listen to the whole session and...
Ani DiFranco now available re-mastered on vinyl!! All the songs you loved from the 1990 release offered up in vinyl format! Featuring all 13 tracks from the original album, this 140 gram, two-record set includes three sides of newly re-mastered audio and a collectable etched side of the photo that inspired the Righteous Babe logo. Packaged in a gatefold album jacket with lyric sheet. Plus if you order before August...
Ani is working on her new record this month! She left you a handwritten note for "The Botany of Desire". Check out her reviews for her favorite books under 'new finds' and 'classics' here: http://anidifranco.com/pages/anis-recommended-reading
Today you can listen to Ani on The Takeaway - airing on WNYC Radio at 3pm EDT, WBFO at 2pm EDT, check your local NPR radio for times in your area.
"We feel hopeless and we feel powerless, but we're not." Ani DiFranco talks gun violence, racism, and politics.
You can also hear her perform "To The Teeth" and "Nowhere but Barstow and Prison" written by Spoon Jackson.
Head back to 2012 and relive this performance at the Keswick Theatre in Glenside, PA, which marked Ani’s 10th show at that venue. In between songs, you’ll hear Ani discuss everything from the 2012 presidential election when our biggest worry was Mitt Romney (oh the good ol’ days) to the books she’s reading and her daughter’s views on gender. This bootleg features Todd Sickafoose on bass and Terence Higgins on...
Time to start getting your summer reading list together! Ani's recommended reading for June is now posted. Check out her handwritten reviews about her latest picks under 'new finds' and 'classics' here: http://anidifranco.com/pages/anis-recommended-reading
Ani took some time out to turn a non-working banjo into a work of art for Innocence Project New Orleans 15th Anniversary Gala in New Orleans on Friday, June 3. Even if you aren’t close enough to attend the Gala in person you can still bid on Ani’s snazzy banjo, and many other unique items thanks to the magic of the internet here: https://www.501auctions.com/ipno/item/213500 Founded in 2001, Innocence Project New...
May is already here! With a new month comes a new selection of Ani’s favorite books. Check out the titles, along with her handwritten recommendations, on our website at http://anidifranco.com/pages/anis-recommended-reading.
"a most brilliant and exotic bird has flown into the sky. enjoy the view my friend." - from Ani
The Q on CBC Radio spoke with Ani about her experiences with Prince – listen to the interview here: http://tinyurl.com/ze55cmh
Today I was supposed to announce my July 4th participation in the Festival for the Eno in Durham, North Carolina. Instead, I must announce that I am cancelling my trip and will not be appearing at this wonderful event. As we all have heard, the North Carolina legislature recently passed House Bill 2, also known as the Public Facilities Privacy & Security Act, which specifically bans individuals from using bathrooms...
A new month means new additions to Ani’s Recommended Reading list! Check out her hand-written notes with her thoughts on this month’s classic read and new find here: http://anidifranco.com/pages/anis-recommended-reading
The Recommended Reading list continues to grow with new picks straight from Ani! To read what she has to say about the two titles, one of Ani’s new finds and one of her classics, just click here: http://anidifranco.com/pages/anis-recommended-reading
We are excited to share the first books on Ani’s Recommended Reading list, featuring literary picks straight from Ani herself. Check it out: http://www.righteousbabe.com/pages/anis-recommended-reading#
Due to the impending storm, for the safety of all involved the Saturday, 1/23 performance scheduled for Lincoln Theatre in Raleigh, NC has been postponed until Sunday, 1/24 at 8pm. All tickets for the Saturday performance will be honored. Thank you for your understanding.
Below you will find our digital catalog with all of our latest merch offerings. Feel free to click through it and see what we have been up to. If you are unable to open it you can also just visit the Righteous Babe Store. Also in celebration of 25 years as a label we are offering 10% off when you use the code: 1990 We are most excited about releasing...
When Ani and her band pull up to the Infinity Hall in Hartford, CT on Wednesday, November 18, it will be 'lights, camera, action' as the performance will be taped for the Nationally syndicated TV Series Infinity Hall Live! The Emmy-award winning series provides an all-access pass to engaging performances and backstage conversations, airing on public television since 2011. Ani's episode will premier in the summer of 2016 on CPTV...
Ani and the band are taking the show to New Orleans on October 17 at the House of Blues, with special guest Hurray for the Riff Raff, and a special appearance from The Roots of Music. But wait...$52 for general admission? You use that cash to get a round of Sazeracs for you and six of your friends with money left over to tip your bartender... Sure, it's a little...
We are proud to share this new version of “Take Down Your Flag” – a song by Peter Mulvey and many others, performed by Ani DiFranco with Ivan Neville and Terence Higgins. Peter Mulvey wrote “Take Down Your Flag” two days following the Charleston, SC shooting on June 17. He performed it the same night at the Calvin Theater in Northampton opening a show for Ani. Peter put out an...
This Sunday, March 29th, catch Ani on the Strombo Show on CBC Radio 2. George Stroumboulopoulos will have an intimate interview as well as an acoustic performance from 8-11 PM Eastern. She’ll strum a few songs off her latest album Allergic To Water, share her thoughts toward Ferguson, her place in the folk community, accepting her maternal role and she’ll debut a previously unreleased song – “The Pacifist’s Lament.” Here’s...
Recently, Righteous Babe Jennifer Knapp visited the University of Nevada to participate in Tedx Talks. With her guitar in tow, Jennifer spoke about LGBT issues and faith - a subject she has faced head on in her own life and career, we’ve come a long way but there is still far to go! Check it out