Annie's Micro-Museum, Carry On, Other, Public

How going back to my roots led to my first song

In the summer of 2017 my folks moved out of my childhood home in Madison, Wisconsin. I had lived there since I was four up until I left for college in Minnesota where I studied music, theatre and dance, and performed in the Twin Cities area. View: Performing Pictures Since 2000, I had been traveling… Continue reading How going back to my roots led to my first song

Annie's Micro-Museum, Other, Public

How the Annie Lynn Club started

I created a virtual online space called the "Annie Lynn Club," this website, that started as just a blog in 2018. Every Monday night after I gave my boys a bath I'd sit down and reminisce, and write stories about my childhood. Feeling nostalgic felt like an escape from the day-to-day challenges of being a… Continue reading How the Annie Lynn Club started

Annie's Micro-Museum, Public

How I learned to play guitar from an old cassette tape

In the spring of 2018 I decided I wanted to be able to play the songs I was writing. So the next step I took was to learn to play guitar. The first thing I did was borrow my husband’s grandpa’s old guitar he had left him. Then I found a couple of old beginner… Continue reading How I learned to play guitar from an old cassette tape

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My NEW “Vintage-Euro-Theatre” Inspired Songwriting Space

We moved to our current house in the summer of 2019. I've always wanted a house with a great basement. To me, a great basement is simple. It has one key element: it's fully underground and would protect me in a tornado like the one I saw in "The Wizard of Oz" as a little… Continue reading My NEW “Vintage-Euro-Theatre” Inspired Songwriting Space

Annie's Micro-Museum, Annie's Music, Carry On, Members Only

Members Only: The story behind the Carry On song lyrics: Lay back, float

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1980s DIY home haircut by grandma
Annie's Micro-Museum, Annie's Music, Carry On, Members Only

Members Only: The story behind the Carry On song lyrics: Twirling my hair she’d say how pretty and She loved to talk

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