Afterglow Festival

Anne Stott

July 31st, 2018  |  Published in Artists

Anne Stott is an actor, indie rock singer/songwriter and political instigator. Her latest album, Love Never Dies, was called “a stunner” and played on radio stations all over the country peaking at #19 on the Relix Magazine/Jambands radio chart. Stott has appeared in short films and theatrical productions including Jack/Ernest in The Importance of Being Earnest (Provincetown Theater, dir David Drake) and The Whore in Nevermore (Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater, dir Christopher Ostrom). She has self published a collection of poems, thoughts, and sketches entitled Everything is Different All Over Again, hosted Word on the Street, a TV show interviewing and performing with Provincetown street performers, and was most recently a presenter at the first TEDx Provincetown.

“Anne Stott dazzles with pure seduction…”
Wicked Local, Provincetown

“Love Never Dies” is a stunner…”

“Stott’s a bewitching cross between The Pretenders front woman Chrissie Hynde and Joni Mitchell. Run, don’t walk.”
Music Morsels

“if you never heard what this singer-songwriter can do in a studio, you’ve got a good thing coming your way…”
SHE Magazine

“[Stott] defies comparisons and flies high above many eras in time…”
Provincetown Banner

The Noise

“Stott’s unique vocal delivery will pull you in with its simmering intensity. Her voice burns like an electric guitar sustain that slowly changes colors, tones, and dynamics.”
Bill Copeland Music News

Anne Stott: taking it to the street, November 2014

Wicked Local, Barnstable