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JOIN THE MAILING LIST. Ani DiFranco - Revolutionary Love Album Music. Revolutionary Love Hoodie Bundle Combo. On the subject of religion, DiFranco has stated: .
Well, I'm not a religious person myself. I'm an atheist. I think religion serves a lot of different purposes in people's lives, and I can recognize the value of that, you know, the value of ceremony, the value of community, or even just having a forum to get together and talk about ideas, about morals — that's a cool concept.
But then, of course, institutional religions are so problematic. DiFranco has been a critical success for much of her career, with a career album average of 72 on Metacritic.
DiFranco was praised by The Buffalo News in as "Buffalo's leading lady of rock music". Starting in , DiFranco was nominated four consecutive times for Best Recording Package at the Grammy Awards , winning in for Evolve.
On July 21, , DiFranco received the Woman of Courage Award at the National Organization for Women NOW Conference and Young Feminist Summit in Albany, New York.
DiFranco was one of the first musicians to receive the award, given each year to a woman who has set herself apart by her contributions to the feminist movement.
In , DiFranco received the Woody Guthrie Award for being a voice of positive social change. DiFranco's guitar playing is often characterized by a signature staccato style,   rapid fingerpicking and many alternate tunings.
She delivers many of her lines in a speaking style notable for its rhythmic variation. Her lyrics, which often include alliteration , metaphor , word play and a more or less gentle irony , have also received praise for their sophistication.
Although DiFranco's music has been classified as both folk rock and alternative rock , she has reached across genres since her earliest albums incorporating first punk, then funk, hiphop, and jazz influences.
I use the word 'folk' in reference to punk music and rap music. It's an attitude, it's an awareness of one's heritage, and it's a community.
It's subcorporate music that gives voice to different communities and their struggle against authority. DiFranco has collaborated with a wide range of artists.
In she appeared on Canadian songwriter Bruce Cockburn 's Charity of Night album. In she produced fellow folksinger Dan Bern 's album Fifty Eggs.
She developed a deep association with folksinger and social activist Utah Phillips throughout the mids, sharing her stage and her audience with the older musician until his death in and resulting in two collaborative albums: The Past Didn't Go Anywhere and Fellow Workers , with liner notes by Howard Zinn.
Prince recorded two songs with DiFranco in , "Providence" on her To the Teeth album, and "Eye Love U, But Eye Don't Trust U Anymore" on Prince's Rave Un2 the Joy Fantastic album.
Parker and Di Franco toured together in She has appeared on several compilations of the songs of Pete Seeger and frequented his Hudson Clearwater Revival Festival.
In her rendition of Greg Brown 's "The Poet Game" appeared on Going Driftless: An Artist's Tribute to Greg Brown. Also in she recorded a duet with Jackie Chan of the Irving Gordon song " Unforgettable " for a record of unlikely collaborations, When Pigs Fly: Songs You Never Thought You'd Hear.
In she appeared on Dar Williams ' record My Better Self , dueting on William's cover of Pink Floyd 's "Comfortably Numb". She performed with Cyndi Lauper on "Sisters of Avalon" a track from Lauper's The Body Acoustic album.
In she produced Hamell on Trial 's album Songs for Parents Who Enjoy Drugs. In she appeared on Todd Sickafoose 's album Tiny Resisters.
In she co-produced a track with Margaret Cho called "Captain Cameltoe" for the comedian's Cho Dependant album. In she appeared on Rob Wasserman 's album Note of Hope , an exploration of the writings of Woody Guthrie with musical accompaniment, though the track in which she appeared, "Voice", was actually recorded 13 years earlier.
Also in she duetted with Greg Dulli on the Twilight Singers record Dynamite Steps. Other artists have covered and sampled DiFranco's work throughout the years.
Her spoken word poem "Self Evident" was covered by Public Enemy founder Chuck D 's group called Impossebulls.
Alana Davis had some commercial success with DiFranco's song " 32 Flavors ". Samples from the track "Coming Up" were used by DJ Spooky in his album Live Without Dead Time , produced for AdBusters Magazine in Although much of DiFranco's material is autobiographical, it is often also strongly political.
Many of her songs are concerned with contemporary social issues such as racism , sexism , sexual abuse , homophobia , reproductive rights , poverty, and war.
In , she donated a song to Aid Still Required 's CD to assist with the restoration of the devastation done to Southeast Asia from the tsunami.
The combination of personal and political is partially responsible for DiFranco's early popularity among politically active college students, particularly those of the left wing, some of whom set up fan pages on the web to document DiFranco's career as early as DiFranco's rapid rise in popularity in the mids was fueled mostly by personal contact and word of mouth rather than mainstream media.
Ani cites her anti-corporate ethos for the main reason she decided to start her own label. This has allowed her a considerable degree of creative freedom  over the years, including, for example, providing all instrumentals and vocals and recording the album herself at her home on an analog 8-track reel to reel , and handling much of the artwork and packaging design for her album Educated Guess.
The business grew organically starting in with the first cassette tape. Connections were made when women in colleges started duplicating and sharing tapes.
Offers to play at colleges started coming in and her popularity grew largely by word of mouth and through women's groups or organizations.
In general they sold music to independent music stores and women's book stores. In Righteous Babe Records signed with Koch International for DiFranco's release of Not a Pretty Girl.
Her records could then be found in large and small record stores alike. DiFranco has occasionally joined with Prince in discussing publicly the problems associated with major record companies.
Righteous Babe Records employs a number of people in her hometown of Buffalo. In a open letter to Ms. From the earliest days of her career, Ani DiFranco has lent her voice and her name to a broad range of social movements, performing benefit concerts, appearing on benefit albums, speaking at rallies, and offering info table space to organizations at her concerts and the virtual equivalent on her website, among other methods and actions.
In she created her own not-for-profit organization; as the Buffalo News has reported, "Through the Righteous Babe Foundation, DiFranco has backed various grassroots cultural and political organizations, supporting causes ranging from abortion rights to gay visibility.
During the first Gulf War, DiFranco participated in the anti-war movement. In early she played Pete Seeger's Clearwater Folk Festival for the first time.
In she was a featured performer in the Dead Man Walking benefit concert series  raising money for Sister Helen Prejean 's "Not in Our Name" anti-death penalty organization.
DiFranco's commitment to opposing the death penalty is longstanding; she has also been a long time supporter of the Southern Center for Human Rights.
During the U. Bush from being elected. In DiFranco visited Burma in order to learn about the Burmese resistance movement and the country's fight for democracy.
Her song "In The Way" was later featured on For the Lady , a benefit CD that donated all proceeds to the United States Campaign for Burma.
During the presidential primaries, she supported liberal, anti-war Democrat Dennis Kucinich. Congressman Kucinich appeared on stage with her at several concerts and she spoke positively about him from the stage at many more of her concerts.
After the primary season ended, and John Kerry was the clear Democratic candidate, DiFranco launched a "Vote Dammit! In Righteous Babe Records established the "Aiding Buffalo's Children" program in conjunction with members of the local community to raise funds for Buffalo's public school system.
To kick off the program, DiFranco donated "a day's pay"—the performance fee from her concert that year at Shea's Performing Arts Center— to ABC and challenged her fans to do the same.
Aiding Buffalo's Children has since been folded into the Community Foundation of Greater Buffalo, contributing to a variety of charitable funds.
In , after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill , she performed at the "For Our Coast" benefit concert joining Marianne Faithfull , C.
Adcock and others at the Acadiana Center for the Arts Theater in Lafayette, raising money for Gulf Aid Acadiana, and the Gulf Aid show with Lenny Kravitz , Mos Def , and others at Mardi Gras World River City in New Orleans, both shows raising money to help protect the wetlands, clean up the coast and to assist the fishermen and their families affected by the spill.
DiFranco also sits on the board for The Roots of Music ,  founded by Rebirth Brass Band drummer Derrick Tabb. The organization provides free marching band instruction to children in the New Orleans area in addition to academic tutoring and mentoring.
DiFranco joined about , people at the March for Women's Lives in DC in April As an honored guest she marched in the front row for the three-mile route, along with Margaret Cho , Janeane Garofalo , Whoopi Goldberg , Gloria Steinem and others.
Later in the day, Ani played a few songs on the main stage in front of the Capitol, including "Your Next Bold Move". Scot Fisher, Righteous Babe label president and DiFranco's longtime manager, has been a longtime advocate of the preservation movement in Buffalo.
In he and DiFranco purchased a decaying church on the verge of demolition in downtown Buffalo and began the lengthy process of restoring it.
In the building opened its doors again, first briefly as "The Church" and then as "Babeville," housing two concert venues, the record label's business office, and Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center.
DiFranco is also a member of the Toronto-based charity Artists Against Racism for which she participated in a radio PSA. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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