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Annie Bosko

Annie BoskoAnnie Bosko, born on February 11, 1990 in California, United States. She is a country singer.

Her successful albums are Fighter - EP, Christmas Prayer - EP. Her popular songs are Crooked HaloFighter - EP · 2015, FighterFighter - EP · 2015 and Coastin'2015.

A Country singer and guitarist who has earned recognition from magazines like Rolling Stone with fan favorites like "Coastin'" and "Crooked Halo."

She is an accomplished songwriter who has helped pen music for a number of big name artists, including Rita Wilson and Jessica Simpson.

She got her first big break at age 14, when she sang for a Disney soundtrack. She then moved to Nashville to further her career at the age of 19.

She performed a cover of Avril Lavigne's "Complicated" with the band Postmodern Jukebox. Luke Combs, Thomas Rhett, and Hunter Hayes were also just a few of her acquaintances.

“I had to lose my voice to find my voice. “What Did I Do” was the first song Tommy Sims (Grammy award-winning writer/producer) and I wrote together.

Annie BoskoIt was also the first idea I crafted while recovering from vocal-cord surgery after experiencing betrayal.

I still have the voice vote of me delicately singing the idea into my phone.”

Annie Bosko has earned well-deserved recognition in the music industry as a gifted singer, songwriter and performer.

Born and raised a farmer's daughter, and the middle of 5 children, Annie is no stranger to hard work and fighting for her voice to be heard.

At age 19, she left her home state of California and drove herself cross-country to Nashville to follow her calling.

Annie has entertained audiences of 300,000 people, played the Grand Ole Opry, received a standing ovation at Ryman Auditorium and has toured the country opening for acts.

Such acts as Dierks Bentley, Blake Shelton, Martina McBride, Wynona Judd, Big & Rich, Josh Turner, Pat Benetar and more.

Annie BoskoShe has shared the stage and performed with Adele, Darius Rucker, Andrea Bocelli, Josh Groban and many others.

Annie has penned songs for Willie Nelson, Jessica Simpson, Marie Osmond, Ty Herndon, Rita Wilson, Jessica Andrews and more.

Her single, "Crooked Halo" was featured as a ‘Highway Find’ on Sirius XM The Highway, and the music video topped the charts on CMT.

Rolling Stone magazine praised her as the #2 new country artist to watch, describing her as the "California girl next door with the country-pop delivery of Sheryl Crow."

Passionate about using her voice and music to uplift those who need it most, Annie has woven universal themes of vulnerability and empowerment throughout her songs.

Annie’s natural talent and fearless stage presence enable her to authentically connect with audiences in diverse arenas.

Annie BoskoEven though Annie’s music is country at heart, she seamlessly mixes in elements of pop and rock to create a unique sound that lends itself to a powerful live musical experience.

There's much to know about this very talented musician. Annie is a farmer's daughter from the Boskovich family in California known for Boskovich Farms produce.

The National Federation of Croatian Americans was proud to choose Annie as one of our "40 Under 40" rising stars in 2019.

Chosen from within our Croatian American community and she was a hands-down winner on the list of extraordinarily talented young Croatian Americans making their mark around the USA!

That's quite a compliment from one of the world's top music magazines. No stranger to exemplifying courage, the largest crowd Annie has performed in front was 300,000 people at Nashville's 4th of July celebration in 2015.

She describes the performance as "being surreal but nothing she wasn't ready for after years of grinding onstage."

Annie has experienced quite a few magical moments like when she shared the stage with Adele or belted out a duet with Andrea Bocelli.

Annie BoskoShe enjoyed sharing the memory of the time when Bruce Springsteen sat in during one of her shows and paid her the compliment of telling her, “you rock” after the show.

Annie has also opened for Blake Shelton, Martina McBride, Wyonna Judd, Dierks Bentley, Kid Rock and Pat Benatar.

Annie grew up the middle child of five children and showed interest in music at an early age.

She was influenced by Patsy Cline, traditional country music and also, from the Beatles and the Beach Boys, thanks to her father.

It was her mother that exposed her to pop female vocalists such as Whitney Houston and Celine Dion. It does appear that all these different music influences has created Annie’s unique style.

She got her first professional music job with Disney at age 14 and moved to Nashville at age 19 to pursue her music and songwriting career.

She was a contestant in American Idol and made it to the top 36.

Annie will candidly tell you it can be a roller coaster ride up and down in the music industry.

She takes great pride in her songwriting and has written songs that have been recorded by Willie Nelson, Marie Osmond, Jessica Simpson and more.

Annie BoskoAnnie believes her song “Fighter" best reflects her determined Croatian spirit and has made the greatest impact on fans.

Annie has split her time between Nashville and Los Angeles the past few years and will be making her first full length album in the fall.

Annie has decided to create her own music production company, Shero Entertainment, in pursuit of driving her destiny forward.

She clearly pursues her music and songwriting with a relentless work ethic and commitment that should bode well for her new career plans.

The late great Phil Everly contacted Annie back in 2014 after watching the video she posted on youtube of her singing "When Will I Be Loved" as a ballad on her front porch.

Phil asked her to go in and record the particular arrangement seeing as that he originally wrote the world famous tune as a ballad.

This video below was created to honor his request and to pay homage to the late great Phil Everly (Video Production- Patrick Tracy)

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