Anne Cochran has been capturing hearts on tour with pianist-songwriter Jim Brickman for more than a decade. She took her hit single, After All These Years, to Madison Square Garden with Stars on Ice, and to NBC's Golden Moment. More recently, she has graced the stage of Carnegie Hall with Jim, done her own thing at NYC's Birdland and enchanted SRO audiences at Cleveland's Cain Park. She delivered a stirring Oh Say, Can You See at the 2007 NCAA Women's Championship Basketball Final televised by EPSN worldwide, performed at the entertainment industry’s gala CAMIE Awards in LA in May, and played to ecstatic cruise-goers on Brickman’s annual Cruise once again, last August. Each sparkling performance, by one of Cleveland’s own, invariably brings audiences to their feet.
To sample Cochran's irresistible magic on CD, choose from just released Close To Me, a diamond-cut album of all original tracks, produced by Tracy Silverman in Nashville, Cover Girl's winning selection of 60's cover songs, heartfelt, upbeat Lucky Girl, All My Best, a collection of favorite tracks, such as Destiny (in duet with Donny Osmond), or her holiday opus, This Is The Season, including another hit single, Someone Is Missing At Christmas.
When not performing, co-hosting NBC’s “Good Company”, writing or recording, Anne Cochran’s husband and two sons anchor her in the best of both worlds.