Anais Mitchell

Anais Mitchell




Date City and Venue Country
March 30, 2017 Cheyenne, WY, Downtown Artery US
April 1, 2017 Randolph, VT, Chandler Music Hall US
April 4, 2017 Springfield, MA, Caffe Lena US
April 27, 2017 Cheyenne, WY, Downtown Artery US
April 29, 2017 Colorado Springs, CO, Ivywild School US
April 30, 2017 Denver, CO, Bluebird Theater US
May 11, 2017 Portland, OR, Doug Fir Lounge US
May 12, 2017 Seattle, WA, Green Frog US
May 14, 2017 Seattle, WA, The Tractor Tavern US
May 16, 2017 SF Bay Area, CA, The Chapel US
June 2, 2017 Chicago, IL, Old Town School of Folk Music US

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Anaïs Mitchell is a Vermont and Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter who comes from the world of narrative folksong, poetry and balladry. She recorded for Ani Difranco's Righteous Babe Records for several years before starting her own Wilderland label in 2012. Among her recorded works are six full-length albums, including 2010's Hadestown, a folk opera based on the Orpheus myth; 2012's Young Man in America, which was described by the UK's Independent as 'an epic tale of American becoming’; and 2013’s Child Ballads, a collaboration with Jefferson Hamer, which won a BBC Radio Two Folk Award for Best Traditional Track.

Mitchell has headlined shows worldwide as well as supporting tours for Bon Iver, Ani Difranco, The Low Anthem (all of whom appear as guest singers on Hadestown), Josh Ritter and Punch Brothers. Her stage production of Hadestown, which was ten years in the making, opened Off-Broadway in May 2016 to rave reviews. The New York Times called it “inventive, beguiling and spellbinding” while Vogue announced that “Hadestown will be your new theater obsession.” The show was extended twice as a result of critical success and sell-out performances. If there’s a common thread in Mitchell’s work – from her earliest acoustic records to the Hadestown show – it’s that she’s as interested in the world around her as the one inside her. She has a way of tackling big themes with the same emotional intimacy most artists use to describe their inner lives. That’s perhaps why the New York Times noted that her songs “address contemporary angst with uncanny vision…. a formidable songwriting talent.”