Girls on the Road will be playing at the Oak Creek Vineyards and Winery in Cornville on Saturday, June 26 from 3-5. Really looking forward to it!
ABOUT ANNIE MOSCOW
Annie Moscow conveys her artistry as a performer, contemporary poet and modern-day storyteller, with her fresh perspective and unique themes. With a piano style that ranges from the intimate to explosive, combined with a unique and powerful voice, her cinematic songs take your right into the picture. Moscow’s music has range and has been compared to artists as diverse as Carole King, Billy Joel, Laura Nyro and Jacques Brel.
“Annie Moscow strums stories as she captures universal topics shared in both the small towns and big cities glimpsed from Passing Trains” Alt Roots Magazine, February 2017
Annie’s most recent release, PASSING TRAINS, produced by the late John Jennings, (Mary Chapin Carpenter, John Gorka, Beausoleil) is a culmination of three years of personal reckoning, after which, as Annie succinctly puts it: “my husband became a woman, we lost all our money, and I found myself divorced and alone.”
FOLK DJ #20 CD!
Passing Trains climbed to #20 on the Folk-DJ chart in February, 2017, in the first month of it’s release.
Dani Heyvaert of the Dutch publication Rootstime calls PASSING TRAINS “A penetrating and honest record”
SELECT PERFORMANCE VIDEOS
“Hers is a singular voice, both in its soaring resonance and in its poignant perspective, a rarity in a musical environment that champions teen queens and bitter babes…”
Lee Zimmerman, GOLDMINE Indie Label Spotlight
ONE WOMAN SHOWS
“Poet/pianist Annie Moscow’s entertaining one-woman theater revue is fitting for these money-tight times. We live in an era of homes in suburbia lost to foreclosures, imminent job layoffs at all socioeconomic levels and cherished career dreams dashed by harsh economic realities.
“Philosophical Musings is a delightful, thought-provoking mix of storytelling, songs and audience interaction from an ex-hippie.” Ru Hernandez, PHOENIX CULTURAL EXAMINER 9/09
For just over an hour the audience at Moscow’s one-act musical interspersed with her poignant philosophical musings were able to forget their own financial problems – or at least laugh at them while listening to this seasoned musician’s songs and bittersweet lessons.