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California Native Set to Perform During Tournament of Roses Parade on New Year’s Day
December 14, 2023

Annie Bosko’s country music journey has seen her travel the world, evolving and exploring with the respect of fans and heroes alike. But after years of hard knocks and creative shapeshifting, Bosko is now coming home. Home to the record deal of her dreams. Home to simple country songs told from the heart, equal parts healing and hope. She’s come home to a sound and approach anchored deep in the organic twang of the ‘90s golden era, and with her five-track EP Annie Bosko set for release January 5, she’s inviting you inside.

“When I'm listening to country right now, there’s a need for more music that sounds country,” she says. “I’ve gone through the chasing trends phase. I’ve gone through trying to be cool, where it’s so easy to forget being a young girl hearing Shania Twain or George Strait for the first time. But now I’m making music for that girl. It feels like real country music – the kind that inspired me to come to Nashville. That’s where my heart’s at now.”

Signed to Stone Country Records and working with producers Derek George and Mickey Jack Cones, a new batch of music pairs unapologetic twang, clever wordplay and deep compassion with her long standing downhome-diva vocal. Bosko found a way to stop overthinking, and just do what feels right.

“The thing that excites me about this new music is I feel rejuvenated,” she beams. “It’s the way I felt about country music that urged me to drive to Nashville at 19 years old, and with that time comes wisdom and a better understanding of who you are. I’m done being afraid to show my country roots. And I’m doing it with a modern twist.”

The project features tracks like her first single for Stone Country Records with the sultry “Neon Baby,” the third most-added song at country radio at its debut; the tongue-in-cheek “He Gone,” written by Lainey Wilson, Terri Jo Box and Trent Tomlinson; and “Boots On,” offering a wild ride of guitar riffs, soaring melodies and let-your-hair-down lyrics, dedicated to women who truly do it all (with their boots on).

After performing the National Anthem at the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas this week, the California native will join the Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena for a special performance on New Year’s Day on The Cowboy Channel’s float “Cowgirl’s Rule,” followed by her EP release show at Los Angeles’ famed Troubadour.

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