Ani DiFranco quotes about music

"Men make angry music and it's called rock-and-roll women include anger in their vocabulary and suddenly they're angry and militant."

Ani DiFranco   music

"Men make angry music and it's called rock-and-roll women include anger in their vocabulary and suddenly they're angry and militant."

Ani DiFranco   music

"I basically get stereotyped a lot in terms of being a girl and writing 'chick' music for teenage girls or something. I think, if anything, the press kind of, because of my gender and my age, tends to kind of relegate my work to this sort of special-interest group. It's part of the cultural dynamic, I guess."

Ani DiFranco   music

"I basically get stereotyped a lot in terms of being a girl and writing 'chick' music for teenage girls or something. I think, if anything, the press kind of, because of my gender and my age, tends to kind of relegate my work to this sort of special-interest group. It's part of the cultural dynamic, I guess."

Ani DiFranco   music

"I see a lot of connections between folk and punk music just because they're both subcorporate music - I mean, traditionally."

Ani DiFranco   music

"I see a lot of connections between folk and punk music just because they're both subcorporate music - I mean, traditionally."

Ani DiFranco   music

"I see a lot of connections between folk and punk music just because they're both subcorporate music - I mean, traditionally."

Ani DiFranco   music

"I see a lot of connections between folk and punk music just because they're both subcorporate music - I mean, traditionally."

Ani DiFranco   music

"I've been trying to learn how to not be so conflicted about things like my own anger. I've always had a place in my music for my anger as a way of compensating for not having a mechanism to express it in my everyday life. So I've been trying to be more true to myself, and that helps me to chill out a little bit. But politically, uh-uh. No."

Ani DiFranco   music

"I've been trying to learn how to not be so conflicted about things like my own anger. I've always had a place in my music for my anger as a way of compensating for not having a mechanism to express it in my everyday life. So I've been trying to be more true to myself, and that helps me to chill out a little bit. But politically, uh-uh. No."

Ani DiFranco   music
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