"You guys know that road," Pieta Brown told a crowd in Des Moines earlier this month, describing how a row of Missouri warehouses selling fireworks inspired her song "I Don't Mind." Clay Masters hide caption

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For Pieta Brown, Music Is A Father-Daughter Dance

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Greg Brown On Mountain Stage

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The desolate journey of Orpheus is now a folk opera written by singer-songwriter Anais Mitchell. Emma Gluckman hide caption

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Orpheus As Folk Opera In 'Hadestown'

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