Ani DiFranco

Musician

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American singer, poet and songwriter

Ani DiFranco on KCRW

One of the most influential musicians of the past 60 years died yesterday. Pete Seeger was known as much for his activism as his role in reviving folk music in American pop culture.

Remembering Pete Seeger

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