Annie Minogue, Vocalist
Annie Minogue has been a singer, songwriter
and musician her entire life. Her father was a professional
musician and their household in New York City was always
filled with music and talent, giving her a positive perspective
of the industry as a wonderful way to make a living. Her
musical influences have ranged from Patti Smith to Led
Zeppelin and everywhere in-between.
Her breakthrough solo debut album "Home"
was released in 2000 on the Nippon Crown label in Japan,
pulling in nonstop great reviews and leading to another
release on Annie's own imprint Liberty Place Records called
Minogue's craft for songwriting along
with her powerfully expressive voice have given her firm
roots within the music world. Having garnered acclaim
and praise from some of today's top music supervisors
and program directors, Minogue's music and vocals have
enjoyed some substantial media time, being featured on
film, TV and radio:
* MTV's Real World
* TV Guide Channel
* Dawson's Creek
* Lifetime Television
* MSNBC "Mitch Albom Show"
* Out Of The Black (Independent feature film)
* Q104.3 FM & 93.3FM in New York (Featured Artist)
* Cannes Film Festival Selection "Not About AJ"
And, as a final addition to what already
has been a highly acclaimed career, come the awards and
* National Artist Of The Year (LA Music
* Female Vocalist Of The Year (South Bay Music Awards)
* Top Music Artist (Temecula Music & Film Festival)
* ASCAP Popular Music Award
* Behringer Audio
* Daisy Guitars
Annie just released her latest CD "Tripping
The Velvet," a true tour de force of songwriting,
production and musicality.