Ann Oswald combines southern rock, country and blues to form a unique original sound. Her first CD intitled Out of The Blue was a "project of the heart", recorded in her home town with her closest musician friends. Though this CD was more "home-grown" than her following projects, it's quality is unmistakeable.
Her second CD, Waiting For The Fall, was recorded in Nashville with Stone Age Productions. Stone Age heard her first CD on a tour bus with Doug Stone and asked her to come and record her next project with them. So began Ann's travels and performances in Nashville that still continue today.
Being in Nashville on a more consistant basis allowed Ann to meet many people and get herself heard. Red Ridge Entertainment asked her to come on board and record her next project with them. Without a doubt her third release, "Bone Dry" is her best work ever. She was teamed up with engineer/producer Mike Hopkins, who won Grammy's for the work he's done with Sheryl Crow, LeeAnn Rhymes and various other artists. The musicians used on this project have done work for Tanya Tucker, Reba McIntyre, and Alan Jackson....just to name a few. In Bone Dry Ann delved into blues and southern rock much more than on her previous CD's.
She resides in New Jersey and has performed in many states, including Tennessee, Virginia, the Carolina's,
Maryland, Delaware, Washington and more. She recently opened for Neil McCoy at The House of Blues in Atlantic City. A venue in which she will soon be returning.
Her career continues to grow with continued success. Ann plans a fourth CD in the near future. She adds "the fourth CD will be a bit different. I like experimenting with different styles of music. This fourth CD will show evidence of that."