Ani's Recommended Reading 02/03/16
We are excited to share the first books on Ani’s Recommended Reading list, featuring literary picks straight from Ani herself. Check it out: http://www.righteousbabe.com/pages/anis-recommended-reading#
Catalog O' Stuff 12/01/15
Below you will find our digital catalog with all of our latest merch offerings. Feel free to click through it and see what we have been up to. If you are unable to open it you can also just visit the Righteous Babe Store. Also in celebration of 25 years as a label we are offering 10% off when you use the code: 1990
We are most excited about releasing a new (old) Ani bootleg- New York, NY 1995. The double disc album features Ani's first ever live performance of set list staple "Napoleon" as well as underplayed gems like"Asked You First." It has poetry, it has stage banter, it has Andy Stochansky, and it also has a cover of "When Doves Cry." To learn click here>>
When Ani and her band pull up to the Infinity Hall in Hartford, CT on Wednesday, November 18, it will be 'lights, camera, action' as the performance will be taped for the Nationally syndicated TV Series Infinity Hall Live! The Emmy-award winning series provides an all-access pass to engaging performances and backstage conversations, airing on public television since 2011.
Ani's episode will premier in the summer of 2016 on CPTV and around the country as part of the series 5th Anniversary season. Due to the taping there will not be a special guest opening the show, so patrons should get to the venue by 8pm.
There is still time to get your tickets to be part of this exciting event - click here.
But wait...$52 for general admission? You use that cash to get a round of Sazeracs for you and six of your friends with money left over to tip your bartender... Sure, it's a little pricey, but this show is a benefit for organizations that help people regain something priceless, taken for granted by most of us everyday: freedom.
All proceeds from the New Orleans performance, presented by JusticeAid, will go to support the Innocence Project of New Orleans and Mid-Atlantic Innocence Project. These organizations fight tirelessly to help those who sit in our prisons for crimes they did not commit. Resources can be scarce, systemic corruption is an unfortunately common adversary and human lives are on the line. JusticeAid is there to make helping them easier.
Kia Stewart can personally attest to Innocence Project of New Orleans' tireless fight against injustice. Kia was wrongfully incarcerated in the days prior to Hurricane Katrina for a shooting that he didn't commit. But a single eyewitness argued otherwise, and with no other evidence at all connecting Kia to the crime, he was sent to jail at just 17 years old, left there to ride out much of the Hurricane before being belatedly evacuated. Today, Kia is free thanks to IPNO's help, and he's working hard to make up for 10 years of lost time spent in prison for a crime he did not commit.
Get your tickets to the show, enjoy a great night of music and help support these unsung heroes. If you can't make it to the show, check out ways to contribute on the Innocence Project of New Orleans and Mid-Atlantic Innocence Project websites.