Anne Stott's music is a direct hit to the hearts and minds of her listeners. Fueled by restlessness and desire, her sound ricochets between irish folk singer and seventies rock band. Hints of the classical training of her childhood float through now and then.
WE ARE HERE, the first single off her upcoming album, LOVE NEVER DIES, will be released October 17, 2014.
Stott's last album, PENNSYLVANIA, chronicles her search for that unique liberation only rock n roll can provide with a focused sound that is both bold and nuanced, expansive and raw. Produced by Jack Petruzzelli (Patti Smith, Joan Osborne, Rufus Wainwright), PENNSYLVANIA contains songs ranging from rock ballad to alt country groove to spoken word anthem. The UMass Lowell Connector said, "Anne's music speaks more of...the conflicts we're made of rather than the conflicts we've made."
Stott recently self published Everything is Different All Over Again, a limited edition compilation of poems, thoughts, and sketches. As an actress, Stott has played Kryla in Poor Superman (Art House), Mrs. Gibbs in Our Town (The Provincetown Theater), and Harper in a staged reading of Angels in America: Perestroika (UU Theater). She is currently hosting Word on the Street, a Provincetown TV series interviewing and playing with Provincetown's street performers.