Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Singer-Songwriter Anna p.s. returns to Greenville, Ohio

Anna p.s. hit the road last summer for the release of her full length album, Umbrella. She began her music career in Northern Indiana, in the band Shiny Shiny Black, after which she set out on her own to pursue her solo music career. Most recently a native to Breckenridge, MI, she spends half of her time on the road with music, and the other half on the homestead.

Anna p.s. began years ago with musical instruction on piano, flute and whatever other instruments she picked up along the way. The project has reached maturity over the last few years of discipline, focus, recording, and connecting with folks along the way. Connection is at the core of the Anna p.s. project. It is a theme throughout her emotive, old-souled music. She has been interviewed on WVPE’s, The Back Porch (South Bend, IN), and LCC’s The Coffee Break (Lansing, MI), is a resident musician at the Wild Rose Moon in Plymouth, Indiana, and calls home many venues, and people, between the Midwest and the East. Her voice has been compared to Joan Baez, Sharron Van Etten, and Carole King.

"Anna and her music are one and the same. Both are genuine. Both are honest. Both are irresistible. You'll love the simple and true emotion of her songs, her spare instrumentation and the plaintive clarity of her vocals. As a bonus, if you get the chance to see her perform live and to chat with her, you'll love her, too. 'Umbrella' is contemplative and reflective - it's best listened to when you feel the same way, maybe with a glass of good wine.

Treat yourself!" - Al Kniola, The Back Porch, 88.1 WVPE Public Radio Anna p.s. will be performing at the Coffee Pot on Friday, May 12th, 7pm-9pm. No cover, but donations accepted.


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