Anna Spackman has a shameless and enduring love for human beings, and music is it's vehicle. With a background in classical piano and a strong foundation in folk guitar, her captivating acoustic hooks and luminous voice have been likened to Joni Mitchell and Fiona Apple. Anna's first album is a product of the tenacity and faith required to overcome a threat to one's identity. At 17, she was diagnosed and treated for a debilitating wrist problem, and the strength gained by the year-long experience is the backbone of every song. Her ability to explore personal experiences in a way that resonates with many has set her apart from other musicians.
1) Open Door
10) Higher Ground