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Keep Going, Stories behind the lyrics

Keep Going: a song I wrote in my cold, unfinished basement with no windows

I've come to realize that I'm not going to record every song I write, but next in the cue to record is a song called "Keep Going." I wrote it back in the early part of February of this year, so before the world... well, changed completely. It was originally titled: "Just Keep Going." I… Continue reading Keep Going: a song I wrote in my cold, unfinished basement with no windows

Announcements, Music Video Releases

Carry On Dollhouse Music Video “It’s the little things”

I had a lot of fun making a kid-friendly music video for my song Carry On! It features my grandma's old dollhouse that I used to play with as a kid. You can watch as I have fun setting it all back up to the way it used to be. Watch the Carry On Dollhouse… Continue reading Carry On Dollhouse Music Video “It’s the little things”

Annie Lynn Radio, Announcements

Annie Lynn Radio: Your “YOU got this!” Spotify playlist

Annie Lynn Radio is a new playlist I created on Spotify, and it's playing now!! listen and "click the heart" to follow the playlist here.Remember mixed tapes?I've been taking a lot of walks lately. Not with a walk-man like the good ol' days (sigh), just me and my trusty phone. But on those walks I've been carefully curating a… Continue reading Annie Lynn Radio: Your “YOU got this!” Spotify playlist

Announcements, Song Releases

5 Stories behind “Carry On” Song Lyrics

The song CARRY ON is inspired by the things my grandmother used to say to me. It includes lyrics based on her approach to life when things get tough. "Carry On" was released as a single on Friday, March 20th, 2020. It was co-produced by myself and Jourdan Hines. Get a free download of Carry… Continue reading 5 Stories behind “Carry On” Song Lyrics

Playing Carry On at the Bluebird Cafe
Carry On, Nashville Stories

Playing “Carry On” in Nashville: My Bluebird Cafe story

My first open mic night ever was in Nashville, Tennessee the summer of 2018. I had only been playing guitar for less than six months. It might be my sheer persistence that I was able to play at the Bluebird Cafe. But I did. It started like this: My husband suggested just the two of… Continue reading Playing “Carry On” in Nashville: My Bluebird Cafe story