Country Songstress Annie Bosko Brings Her Big Personality To Two New Tracks
With a voice as bright as her Southern California home, Annie Bosko confidently delivers two new tracks that will be stuck in your head for days.
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Bosko has written songs for Willie Nelson, recorded duets with music legends Vince Gill and Dwight Yoakam and performed alongside music giants Adele and Darius Rucker. Today, the powerhouse talent shows off her dynamic range as she boldly steps into a new era of her quickly rising career. Known for her upbeat sensibilities and universal storytelling, Annie continues that tradition in both the confident Boots On and the romantic honky tonk staple Neon Baby.
With an undeniable country riff and a healthy dash of sass, Boots On is the female anthem we have been craving. Annie's sparking vibrato gives a well needed nod to country girls who can do it all while wearing boots. The fun melody begs to be turned up loud in the car or at a honky tonk. Annie's voice is full of personality as she sings Country girls do it with their boots on/Painted on jeans too tight, inviting girls who live what she is sining about to dance along.
Showcasing her softer side, Neon Baby is a honky tonk dream. Full of steel guitar and a soft drum, Annie tone matches the sweet two step beat. Falling in love under the neon lights, Bosko sings of a love that is as strong and sharp as the whiskey in her glass. The fun and approachable track is a perfect match for the California native's sunny vocals.
Full of life, Annie confidently steps into a new area of her budding career. If these two tracks are any indication of what is to come, we will be patiently waiting.