Whimsical. Daring. Funny. Poignant and Powerful. Annie Moscow is a poet, pianist and hit songwriter (Sister Sledge, Sarah Vaughn and Mickey Mouse) who brings a fresh perspective to subject matter not often sung about. With an explosive piano style and the voice of an angel, Annie's very visual songs take you right to the picture. Her style has been compared to music icons Billy Joel, Kate Bush, Jacques Brel, Fiona Apple, Regina Spektor, and Donald Fagen.
Annie Moscow is originally from New York, then Philadelphia, Los Angeles and currently, Arizona. She began her music career as a classical pianist, and then as a songwriter, writing for film, television and other recording artists. In 1992, she wrote the lyrics to Kathy Sledge's hit single, "All of My Love." In 2007, she was a co-writer on Disney's top selling audio Halloween card "They Don't Scare Me".
In 2001, Annie Moscow stepped out as a solo artist with the release of her first CD, Wolves at My Door, about the midlife shattering of illusions. The Washington Post wrote: "Annie Moscow is rewriting the rules."
Dramatic, beautiful song about getting older and giving up dreams - drying up inside, particularly women - escaping into marriage, having babies and giving up their own dreams. Very pianistic -opens and closes with Ravel classical piano solo. Female Vocals, Pop, Lilith Fair
Beautiful, soaring piano-based storytelling ballad about yen for adventure. Running away to the Himalayas, away from life, away from everything to be "one" with whatever will find in the Himalayas. A grand story, goes through many different mood changes, from poignant to epic to confused. Female Vocals, Pop, Lilith Fair
Sweet and poignant longing for the silver lining - going through a rough relationship and trying to work it out, now where's the silver lining? When does it get better? Could also be used on a global or political level for rough times in the economy or in the world. When will things get better? Female Vocals, Pop, Pop Music
As we get older, dysfunctional families seem to dissolve, each year more and more. Piano-based storytelling song. Sad, thoughtful. Young woman sings of aging parents, divorces in families, dissipating the earlier warmth of growing up... Holidays from Hell, trying to pick up the pieces and moving on, Female Vocals, Pop, Lilith Fair
Changes are coming - just around the corner. Anthem style female vocal with pensive, rhythmical thoughts exploding into "There's Gonna be some Changes Here!" Perfect for women thinking about/preparing to transform herself - find her strength and make her way in the world, renewed and strong. Female Vocals, Pop, Lilith Fair
Sassy, nasty, humorous pop/ragtime woman's rant, "You can't treat me like this anymore because I'm not taking your little tokens in exchange for all I give to you." Great for a scene when a guilty man brings a woman a gift to cover up. Very funny song. Women love it. Theatrical, Broadway, Hollywood, Female Vocals, Comedy, Comedy Jazz