Anna Tivel

Anna Tivel is an American singer-songwriter from Portland, Oregon. She has released four studio albums on Portland-based Fluff & Gravy Records. Her 2017 album Small Believer received positive reviews and was named a "Top 10 underheard album of 2017" by Ann Powers of NPR. In 2019, NPR called her album The Question "one of the most ambitious folk records of 2019"; it was also listed by Paste as one of "10 essential folk albums from 2019".
Rolling Stone listed her as a standout performer at the 2019 AmericanaFest in Nashville, writing "In a week of countless songsmiths showcasing their attempt at that exact type of singer-songwriter storytelling, Tivel's winding, largely chorus-less tales shined and shimmered." The magazine also named the lead single from The Question, "Fenceline", a "song you need to know".
Tivel was born in La Conner, Washington and grew up in a musical family, learning violin and fiddle as a child. After moving to Portland at age 18, she developed an interest in songwriting and began to write and perform her own material.

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Dark ChandelierDark Chandelier4:55
Grace and GasolineBefore Machines4:42
Last CigaretteSmall Believer2:32
Gentle WarBefore Machines4:44
One Thousand & OneBefore Machines3:31
IllinoisSmall Believer3:33
CaliforniaBefore Machines4:20
WorthlessThe Question3:50
Dust and MagicDust and Magic2:59
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