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Into the jams with Anaïs Mitchell

Into the jams with Anaïs Mitchell

It felt like a completely different world from Hadestown, which I have been living in a state of heightened, passionate anxiety about for however many years," the musician and playwright Anaïs Mitchell says. She's talking about the soon-to-be-released, self-titled debut album from Bonny Light Horseman, the folk supergroup she formed with Fruit Bats' Eric D. Johnson and Josh Kaufman. Though she now lives in Brooklyn, Mitchell grew up on a farm in Vermont with parents who were "hippie back-to-the-landers," and she spent the last days of 2019 visiting them in the Green Mountain State, where she ate leftover pasta on New Year's Eve before heading home to New York to kick off 2020 with fried Halloumi and homemade lamb chili. Read all about it in this week's Grub Street Diet.

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