Erin Thomas & Annie Mosher

Erin Thomas

Nashville-based singer-songwriter Erin Thomas evokes the styles of Alison Krauss, Patty Griffin, Eva Cassidy and Norah Jones but remains a unique – and gorgeous – voice. Her new album “You Don’t Know Me” is a collection of songs that tell universal stories of life’s challenges, accomplishments, pleasures, and yearnings. It features appearances by some of the best instrumentalists in the world as well as the song “That Kind of Love”, a duet with Vince Gill.

“You Don’t Know Me” debuted in the Top 10 on US folk radio in August, charting at #8 on the Folk DJ album chart, with the title track coming in at #4 on the song chart. It has also received airplay in Canada, Denmark, Germany, Austria, and Australia, and Thomas is touring successfully throughout the US appearing at venues including Eddie’s Attic (Atlanta), the Bluebird Café (Nashville), the Crimson Moon (Dahlonega, GA), the Evening Muse (Charlotte), the Birchmere (Washington, DC), The Living Room (NYC), and Club Passim (Boston). She has opened for or shared appearances with Maura O’Connell, Missy Raines & the New Hip, Larry Gatlin, Marcus Hummon, Thom Schuyler, Dave Berg, Annie Mosher, Craig Carothers, Round Mountian, and The Whiskey Gentry.

Although a relative newcomer to the stage as a singer-songwriter, Erin has enjoyed a decade-long career as a French horn player, performing with the Nashville and Chattanooga Symphonies, and playing numerous recording sessions with the renowned Nashville String Machine, for such artists as Keith Urban, Garth Brooks, and Carrie Underwood. Her singing career took center stage a year ago when she was forced to stop working as a horn player due to an injury. The result was a creative outpouring that has launched her on an exciting new journey.

Annie Mosher

Kerrville New Folk award-winning singer/songwriter Annie Mosher grew up in the northernmost part of rural Vermont where she began writing songs as a child. She later travelled the country following the rodeo and writing music inspired by the souls she met and worked with from the Texas hill country to the mountains of Wyoming. Her song "Goldfish" was recently produced and recorded by British pop icon and Beatles producer Alan Parsons. She is a winner of the Texas Wildflower Music Festival, a beloved regular at Nashville's own Bluebird Cafe, and a longtime member of the sassy Nashville-based group Girls With Guitars. Annie is featured regularly at events sponsored by the Nashville Songwriters Association International, as well as at clubs and festivals from The Cactus Cafe in Austin to Sundance beyond.

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