Ani DiFranco Brings Her Radical, Indie Folk to the Page in New Memoir

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Ani DiFranco performs during the 2012 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo: Rick Diamond/Getty Images)

"I was on a mission," singer, songwriter, and activist Ani DiFranco says of her commitment to music at a young age. Known for her unique brand of indie folk and feminism, Ani DiFranco's memoir "No Walls and The Recurring Dream" recalls her journey from a 15-year-old living on her own to life as a 90s headliner grappling with fame. We'll talk to Ani DiFranco about how her music changed the industry, her fans and herself.

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Ani DiFranco, singer, songwriter and activist; author, "No Walls and the Recurring Dream"

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