A Window Seat, Annie's Music

NEW song “A Window Seat” inspired by a Badger Bus trip and little red suitcase

With the release of my latest song "A Window Seat" out November 19th I thought I'd share what inspired it. ListenThe first line of lyric in the song is: "A little red suitcase goes underneath riding a Badger bus to Milwaukee." On the cover art for the song, I'm sitting on a red suitcase. Cover… Continue reading NEW song “A Window Seat” inspired by a Badger Bus trip and little red suitcase

Annie's Music, Carry On, Other

Song “Carry On” plays on Madison, Wisconsin Radio WWMV-LP 95.5FM -Live, Loud and Local

Growing up in Madison, Wisconsin as a little girl I used to listen to the radio all the time. There wasn't the endless options streaming has brought us nowadays. We'd just turned the radio on and listen to whatever was playing that day. Things were definitely simpler. My Dad introduced me to the oldies he… Continue reading Song “Carry On” plays on Madison, Wisconsin Radio WWMV-LP 95.5FM -Live, Loud and Local

Annie's Music, Through It All

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." (Update: The song is now called "Through It All" and is due to release Friday, July 24th, 2020) I wrote it back in the early part of February… Continue reading Keep Going: a song I wrote in my cold, unfinished basement with no windows

Annie's Music, Carry On

Carry On song lyrics capture a childlike spirit

That's me in the picture. Yes, I'm floating down a river in Wisconsin with no life jacket! I found this photo when I was looking for pictures that carry the spirit of the song I wrote and am now recording called CARRY ON. I've been playing around with making it my single cover art. (Update:… Continue reading Carry On song lyrics capture a childlike spirit

1980s kindergarten classroom picture
Annie's Micro-Museum, Other

Why I thought I was an orphan in kindergarten, and how it led to Annie Lynn Music

Were you ever told how you got your name? Names are weird right? It's literally the first thing that's given to us by our parents and we live with it the rest of our lives. Well, except if you legally ever change it, like when getting married. Then there's the question of whether or not you… Continue reading Why I thought I was an orphan in kindergarten, and how it led to Annie Lynn Music