Annie Mondegreen

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Two of Diamonds
Not For You
The Same Old Matter
Rain Is the Color of Love
It's Hard to Say Goodbye
Another Girl
Vibrant Colors & Gasoline
Annie Mondegreen
I'm not a poet. I'm not a singer. I'm not a guitar player. I don't these things in isolation, I only do them together: I'm a singer-songwriter and (armchair) traveling musician. I sing and play the guitar to perform my own original music. I'm an independent musician and I love the immediacy of a live performance, whether that's a studio recording or my musical postcards filmed around the globe.
I'm also a podcast host. Imagine a call-in radio show about music that's both entertaining and educating, that expands your appreciation for music's emotional side and the musical side of emotions. Find Catch 33 1/3 - Feel Your Way Through Music" wherever you listen to podcasts. You may leave me a voicemail on Speakpipe to be featured on the show.
And I'm reading around the world in 18 Sleuths. I combine reading crime fiction with other forms of armchair traveling, for instance, with listening through the respective countries' music histories. I started doing live listening parties on Instagram to highlight my favorite musical discoveries from each country. Subscribe to my newsletter to become part of this journey. For now the listening parties are also archived in my backstage area.


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I love talking about and through music. But there are some things that I don't share anywhere else. A backstage pass allows you to listen to exclusive recordings from my recent living room shows, my "Parlor Concerts", and to watch my growing video archive of listening parties, my "Musical Armchair Travels" around the world. You'll also be automatically added to my mailing list and I usually send an update once a month. You may unsubscribe anytime, however, no hard feelings!
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