all photos by: Christopher Boudewyns
As an accomplished act well respected throughout the NYC area, vocalist Anne Steele has nothing to prove, yet her EP, What’s Mine, is a project that has been well worth the wait, a lovesong to fans that have supported her throughout the years as an award-winning performer.
Steele has long been known for injecting life into classic songs via her cabaret acts, but What’s Mine is the first time that she has released a collection of her own original music. The openly gay singer breaks from previous projects by delivering a collection that serves up dance hits, anthems for the LGBT community, as well as heartfelt ballads. For fans of Steele, What’s Mine is just a continuation of a career that has been lauded throughout the years.
A three-time winner of the Manhattan Association of Cabaret and Clubs Award, she has cultivated a following over the years in many ways, most notably with a one woman show, Strings Attached, that resulted in a positive review in the New York Times. A known commodity in the New York arts scene, Anne Steele has performed at some of the most revered places in the city, including Rose Hall at Lincoln Center, Joe’s Pub at the Public Center, BB King’s, Laurie Beechman Theatre, and Ars Nova, to name a few.
What’s Mine is a worthy follow-up to her debut album, Strings Attached, and is certain to win over new fans that appreciate true artistry that that rises above the current landscape of pop music.
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Artist Website: www.annesteele.com
photographer: Christopher Boudewyns