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Her style has been described as “beatnik cool,” “pop-noir,” and “slightlydelic pop jangle,” and has evoked comparisons to artists like Aimee Mann, Lucinda Williams and Jackie DeShannon. The LA Weekly recently cited her as “one of this city’s smartest and catchiest pop songwriters.”
Tangle-Free World (2009), produced by Nelson Bragg of the Brian Wilson Band, showed influences ranging from Bacharach to The Bangles and back and was chosen by Al Kooper for his “Cream of the Crop” album list.
Anny’s latest self-produced album, January, once again combines Brill Building hooks with a songwriter’s eye for detail. In her live shows, Anny brings wit, soul and energy to the singer/songwriter format, proving that ‘girl-with-guitar’ has no limits.
Anny recently completed her fifth international tour, performing with Austin singer-songwriter Tish Hinojosa in the UK, Ireland, Germany and The Netherlands. Other acts she has shared the stage with include The Coal Porters, Steve Forbert, Amy Rigby and I See Hawks In LA. She has performed at music festivals from SXSW to NXNW, New Orleans’ LMNOP Festival, The Bite of Portland and the Blue Highways Festival in The Netherlands. Several of her songs have shown up in films by Tyler Perry as well as on the ABC show “Once Upon a Time.”