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Born in Boston, Massachusetts, before moving to Brooklyn, New York in 1992 where she has remained ever since, Annie Keating’s 20 year career has seen the release of 8 critically acclaimed albums, resulting in comparisons to Lucinda Williams, John Prine, Allison Krauss, Johnny Cash, and Bonnie Raitt.

Having caught the attention of BBC Radio’s very own Bob Harris, the veteran radio broadcaster has frequently championed her music on his radio shows with Annie twice having made guest appearances while over in the UK. Bob has already booked her in for one of his prestigious ‘Under The Apple Tree Sessions’ while Annie and her band are over here next year promoting her latest 15 song tour de force ‘Bristol County Tides’, an epic pandemic story of awakening and inspiration, and an album that showcase’s an artist at the peak of her powers, inspired, ambitious, and her most accomplished to date.

On January 26th this year Annie released new single ‘Twenty 22’, 'A truly inspired song of triumph over loss, both deeply personal and an optimistic anthem for all of us in these troubled times.'

“Wonderful, heartfelt, and real” – Bob Harris

'Keating is well equipped to blow the socks off any self-respecting, sock-wearing Americana fan ... a true musical craftsperson.'
— Northern Sky

'She writes beautiful stories.' — Americana Roots Review

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Annie Keating

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The Live Room, Caroline Street Social Club, Caroline Street, Saltaire, West Yorkshire, BD18 3JZ
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