Kerrville New Folk award-winning singer/songwriter Annie Mosher grew up in the northernmost part of rural Vermont where she began writing songs as a child. She later travelled the country following the rodeo and writing music inspired by the souls she met and worked with from the Texas hill country to the mountains of Wyoming. Her song “Goldfish” was recently produced and recorded by British pop icon and Beatles producer Alan Parsons.
She is a winner of the Texas Wildflower Music Festival, a beloved regular at Nashville’s own Bluebird Cafe, and a longtime member of the sassy Nashville-based group Girls With Guitars. Annie is featured regularly at events sponsored by the Nashville Songwriters Association International, as well as at clubs and festivals from The Cactus Cafe in Austin to Sundance beyond. This Novemeber she has been selected as the 2013 guest singer/songwriter for the ACLU Lifetime Achievement Awards and Bill of Rights Ceremony.
Wild and witty, provocative and poignant, Annie Mosher is an artist like no other. Ultimately, when it comes to describing the captivating presence that is Annie Mosher, words fail.