Alanis Morissette

Olivia Wilde's winning directorial debut uses the Alanis Morissette classic as a call to arms. Here's the inside story.
The show is inspired by the "themes and emotions" of Alanis Morissette's iconic Grammy-winning album.
Like the things mentioned in Morissette's song, "Ironic," nothing that Trump is griping about is actually ironic.
The singer-songwriter wants to shatter the stigma surrounding the disorder.
Jonathan Todd Schwartz stole around $5 million from the singer to support his lavish lifestyle.
I was only 17 when I first heard it, a senior in high school. I was a sheltered kid in the suburbs with an intact family with no troubled past, ready to head off to a renowned university. I knew nothing about the world or its injustices, but somehow, I identified with her anger.
How can we get the multitude of ideas in our head on a sheet of paper? All we can see is how flawed it will be... But. It
Back in 1995, however, Morissette lent a voice to feminists, gay men, lapsed Catholics, and others. Her music and voice displayed a repressed angst that sold incredibly well since many could identify with it.
Now you can deal with all your issues that may have been under rug swept.