ANI SPEAKS IN NASHVILLE

Created: 07/07/12 Created: 3/13/2008

Citizens of Music City, (Nashville, TN that is), not only can you get your ticket to see Ani DiFranco and her band perform at the Ryman Auditorium this Friday, March 14, but now you can enjoy an interview with Ani earlier that day. 

At 1pm Ani will be at the Davis-Kidd Bookstore (2121 Green Hills Village Dr.) for an on stage interview with Rebecca Bain of NPR News Nashville. The event is free and open to the public, up to 400 people, first come first served. Ani’s poetry book, Verses, will be available for purchase, including a limited number of autographed copies. 

Keep your eyes on the tour page for the latest tour dates and interviews for your chance to spend some time with the little folksinger. 

ANI SPEAKS IN NASHVILLE

Citizens of Music City, (Nashville, TN that is), not only can you get your ticket to see Ani DiFranco and her band perform at the Ryman Auditorium this Friday, March 14, but now you can enjoy an interview with Ani earlier that day. 
At 1pm Ani will be at the Davis-Kidd Bookstore (2121 Green Hills Village Dr.) for an on stage interview with Rebecca Bain of NPR News Nashville. The event is free and open to the public, up to 400 people, first come first served. Ani’s poetry book, Verses, will be available for purchase, including a limited number of autographed copies. 
Keep your eyes on the tour page for the latest tour dates and interviews for your chance to spend some time with the little folksinger. 

ANI SPEAKS IN NASHVILLE

Citizens of Music City, (Nashville, TN that is), not only can you get your ticket to see Ani DiFranco and her band perform at the Ryman Auditorium this Friday, March 14, but now you can enjoy an interview with Ani earlier that day. 
At 1pm Ani will be at the Davis-Kidd Bookstore (2121 Green Hills Village Dr.) for an on stage interview with Rebecca Bain of NPR News Nashville. The event is free and open to the public, up to 400 people, first come first served. Ani’s poetry book, Verses, will be available for purchase, including a limited number of autographed copies. 
Keep your eyes on the tour page for the latest tour dates and interviews for your chance to spend some time with the little folksinger. 

ANI SPEAKS IN NASHVILLE

Citizens of Music City, (Nashville, TN that is), not only can you get your ticket to see Ani DiFranco and her band perform at the Ryman Auditorium this Friday, March 14, but now you can enjoy an interview with Ani earlier that day. 
At 1pm Ani will be at the Davis-Kidd Bookstore (2121 Green Hills Village Dr.) for an on stage interview with Rebecca Bain of NPR News Nashville. The event is free and open to the public, up to 400 people, first come first served. Ani’s poetry book, Verses, will be available for purchase, including a limited number of autographed copies. 
Keep your eyes on the tour page for the latest tour dates and interviews for your chance to spend some time with the little folksinger. 

ANI SPEAKS IN NASHVILLE

Citizens of Music City, (Nashville, TN that is), not only can you get your ticket to see Ani DiFranco and her band perform at the Ryman Auditorium this Friday, March 14, but now you can enjoy an interview with Ani earlier that day. 
At 1pm Ani will be at the Davis-Kidd Bookstore (2121 Green Hills Village Dr.) for an on stage interview with Rebecca Bain of NPR News Nashville. The event is free and open to the public, up to 400 people, first come first served. Ani’s poetry book, Verses, will be available for purchase, including a limited number of autographed copies. 
Keep your eyes on the tour page for the latest tour dates and interviews for your chance to spend some time with the little folksinger. 

ANI SPEAKS IN NASHVILLE

Citizens of Music City, (Nashville, TN that is), not only can you get your ticket to see Ani DiFranco and her band perform at the Ryman Auditorium this Friday, March 14, but now you can enjoy an interview with Ani earlier that day. 
At 1pm Ani will be at the Davis-Kidd Bookstore (2121 Green Hills Village Dr.) for an on stage interview with Rebecca Bain of NPR News Nashville. The event is free and open to the public, up to 400 people, first come first served. Ani’s poetry book, Verses, will be available for purchase, including a limited number of autographed copies. 
Keep your eyes on the tour page for the latest tour dates and interviews for your chance to spend some time with the little folksinger.