Posted in music | tour dates on February 28, 2012

Anais Mitchell

"Two years after singer-songwriter Anaïs Mitchell released the ambitious and career-defining folk opera Hadestown - a musical retelling of the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice set in Depression-era America - she's back with a decidedly different but equally ambitious effort, Young Man in America.

Produced by Todd Sickafoose, who also helmed Hadestown, the new album features several New York-based rock and experimental jazz musicians, and has Mitchell inhabiting several musical characters, male and female.

"The record is a reflection on our country as wild place, a not necessarily safe place, where it's each man for himself and you're not sure if anyone's got your back," the 30-year-old Mitchell said by phone from London, where she played a handful of shows before launching her 25-city U.S. tour this week."
[Philadelphia Inquirer]

Guests on the new album include "guitarist Adam Levy, violinist Jenny Scheinman, and drummers Andrew Borger and Kenny Wollesen. Chris Thile of Punch Brothers appears on mandolin as well as alongside Jefferson Hamer and Rachel Ries in a harmonic chorus." That's definitely an impressive ensemble. It is unclear if any of them will be there tonight (2/28) when Anais Mitchell plays early and late shows at Joe's Pub in NYC. All tour dates are listed below...

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Anais Mitchell -- 2012 Tour Dates
February 22 /// Stone Church Music Club /// Newmarket, NH
February 22 /// Club Passim /// Boston, MA
February 24 /// Higher Ground /// Burlington, VT
February 25 /// Unitarian Universalist Church /// Peace Dale, RI
February 27 /// Iron Horse /// Northhampton, MA
February 28 /// Joe's Pub /// New York, NY (early or late)
February 29 /// Ram's Head /// Annapolis, MD
March 1 /// Tin Angel /// Philadelphia, PA
March 2 /// Jammin' Java /// Vienna, VA
March 3 /// The Southern /// Charlottesville, VA
March 4 /// Mountain Stage /// Charleston, VA*
March 6 /// Evening Muse /// Charlotte, NC
March 7 /// Grey Eagle /// Asheville, NC
March 8 /// Eddie's Attic /// Atlanta, GA
March 9 /// Square Room /// Knoxville, TN
March 10 /// The Basement /// Nashville, TN
March 28 /// Doug Fir /// Portland, OR †
March 29 /// The Tractor /// Seattle, WA †
April 4 /// Freight & Salvage /// San Francisco, CA
April 6 /// USCD @ The Loft /// San Diego, CA
April 7 /// Edye Theater /// Los Angeles, CA
April 12 /// Eastern Mennonite University /// Harrisonburg, CA
April 13 /// Mockingbird /// Staunton, VA
April 14 /// Carnegie Hall /// Lewisburg, WV
April 19 /// The Ark /// Ann Arbor, MI
April 20 /// Space /// Evanston, IL
April 22 /// 7th Street /// Minneapolis, MN
* with Cowboy Junkies, Rich Robinson and Paul Kelly
† performing Hadestown

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Comments (10)

My name is Gerald, I write 85% of the comments on Brooklyn Vegan, and get ready for some misogyny.

Posted by Gerald | February 28, 2012 4:58 PM

I love her. She loves me so it's all good. Nah mean?

Posted by Anonymous | February 28, 2012 5:04 PM

Gerald here again. I forgot to mention that I'd inhabit several of her musical characters any day.

Posted by gerald | February 28, 2012 5:30 PM

Slurp.

Posted by Anonymous | February 28, 2012 6:46 PM

EXPERIMENTAL JAZZ!!!! Count me.... er... out.

Posted by Anonymous | February 28, 2012 8:24 PM

Never heard of her ...

Posted by Geld Mann | February 29, 2012 2:32 AM

People get angsty on here when the aren't enough "sausage" pics, eh?


She's a fine looking lady.

Posted by Anonymous | February 29, 2012 9:57 AM

Gorgeous woman. Would love to fornicate with her.

Posted by Anonymous | February 29, 2012 11:29 AM

great

Posted by Souq | March 7, 2012 4:28 AM

she's a super cutie

Posted by jordon | August 5, 2013 3:48 PM

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