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Fiona Apple Sharon Van Etten

Sharon Van Etten is celebrating the 10th anniversary of her second studio LP Epic with the special reissue epic Ten. For the record, Van Etten teamed up with a slew of artists to reimagine the original album’s songs including Fiona Apple who has reworked “Love More.” On the heels of her big wins at the […]

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Fiona Apple’s Fetch The Bolt Cutters was the best album of 2020, and it was also Apple’s first album in eight years. Fiona Apple is extremely good at making music, and it’s something that she does very rarely. So anytime Fiona Apple puts a new song out into the world. When it’s her version of a much-loved old song from another great songwriters? That rules. That’s great. Sign us up.

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The track appears on Van Etten’s anniversary album Epic Ten For more, check out: RollingStone.com (Source)

women empowerment anthems, joan jett, poppy, rina sawayama, laura jane grace, brittany howard

With Women’s History Month coming to a close today, it’s vital to carry these messages of intersectional feminism and empowerment throughout every day to come. These musicians aren’t only wonderful leaders in the music industry spanning over decades—they’re using their platform to spread messages of self-love and growth as well as sharing stories of hardship […]

The post 40 women empowerment anthems that should be played as loud as possible appeared first on Alternative Press.

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Waxahatchee singer-songwriter admires how Apple turns ‘this stereotype of women’s emotions, the idea of the hysterical woman’ into a strength For more, check out: RollingStone.com (Source)

Fiona Apple Grammy Awards

Fiona Apple has officially won the Best Alternative Music Album award at the Grammys for Fetch The Bolt Cutters. The award was presented during the Grammy Awards Premiere Ceremony. Apple was nominated alongside Beck’s Hyperspace, Phoebe Bridgers’ Punisher, Brittany Howard’s Jaime and Tame Impala’s The Slow Rush for the coveted award. Read more: This virtual Fall Out […]

The post Fiona Apple wins Best Alternative Music Album at the 2021 Grammys appeared first on Alternative Press.

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Brittany Howard Grammys-min

Brittany Howard has officially won Best Rock Song at the 2021 Grammys for “Stay High.”The award was presented during the Grammy Awards Premiere Ceremony. Howard was up against a stacked list of nominations including Phoebe Bridgers’ “Kyoto,” Fiona Apple’s “Shameika,” Tame Impala’s “Lost In Yesterday” and Adrianne Lenker of Big Thief’s “Not.” Read more: This virtual Fall […]

The post Brittany Howard’s “Stay High” wins Best Rock Song at the 2021 Grammys appeared first on Alternative Press.

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Fiona Apple

Fiona Apple has officially taken home the Best Rock Performance award at the 2021 Grammys for “Shameika.” The award was presented during the Grammy Awards Premiere Ceremony. This category made history with its nominations this year as it’s the first time all of the nominees are female. Read more: This virtual Fall Out Boy gig is helping […]

The post Fiona Apple wins Best Rock Performance at the 2021 Grammy Awards appeared first on Alternative Press.

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grammy performances, alanis morissette, amy winehouse, dua lipa, st vincent, gwen stefani

The Grammys are finally coming up this week, after being postponed from its original January date, and the night is going to be filled with women celebrating major accomplishments in music. While last year was a mess in almost every regard, one good thing did happen: The Recording Academy unveiled the nominations, and it was […]

The post 10 alternative women musicians with unforgettable Grammys performances appeared first on Alternative Press.

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It’s that time of year again. The Grammys are here, and even while Music’s Biggest Night might be a little smaller than usual due to COVID precautions, somehow, even with a whole year to have become incredibly fatigued by virtual pseudo-ceremonies, a lot of people care about the Grammys. It’s like going home for Thanksgiving. You know this is gonna let you down the same as always, but you keep the tradition going because the universe is cold and uncaring and chaotic and it’s nice to have at least some things stay reliable, like that the Grammys will be awful.

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