Out multi-award winning recording artist Anne Steele has released her debut EP “What’s Mine” (Steele Records), available now via all digital partners.
What’s Mine is a thrilling and intimate collection of songs where for the first time Steele utilizes her own words and voice in the songs that she sings. Inspired by the music of Kelly Clarkson, PINK and Sara Bareilles, she has written and developed a pop EP that ranges from dance hits and gay anthems to a thought provoking ballad.
Steele previously released a full length album on PS Classics label in 2010. She is an award winning cabaret and live performer from NYC. A three-time winner of New York’s prestigious MAC Award, and a two-time winner of New York’s Bistro and Nightlife Awards, both celebrating excellence in the New York cabaret community. Steele has been performing live to sold out audiences across the US in NYC, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Diego, Boston, Provincetown, Rehoboth Beach and on various cruise ships and resorts.
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“For anyone who has ever had the infinite pleasure of hearing the gorgeous, soaring voice of this beautiful songbird …one thing has always been quite certain: this enchanting performer has the looks, the personality and most of all, the chops to go far.”- NitelifeExchange.com
“She’s finally been able to declare herself overdue for whatever big time may come her way”- backstage.com
“Steele is sure to explode onto her new path this year, armed and ready to become the next pop darling”- GO Magazine
“Her music is not only uplifting, but it touches upon subjects of supporting gay rights. It entices and educates at the same time, creating the ultimate double threat” -modernmysteryblog.com
Anne Steele will be touring throughout 2015. Check out the dates below.
Anne Steele /Tour Dates
May 15t & 17 – Chicago, IL Davenports Cabaret
May 30- Boston, MA, Club Cafe
June 29 – Rehoboth Beach, DE Blue Moon
July18-25 – R Family Vacations European Cruise
August 1 – 8 – RSVP Vacations Alaska Cruise
August 19 – Provincetown, MA Provincetown Town Hall
August 22-29 – The Broadway Cruise