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Bosko makes debut

Friday, January 5, 2024 – Annie Bosko makes her debut with a five-song, self-titled EP on Stone Country Records.

Bosko helped write three of the songs, while Lainey Wilson was one of the writers of "He Gone." Bosko producers Derek George and Mickey Jack Cones.

"I don't think I've been able to capture it all this well before," Bosko said. "There's a beauty of getting to a place where you stop trying to please people or chase what you think is cool, and just do what's in your heart. It's about creating what you feel the world needs right now, and for me, I miss those songs that made me move to Nashville."

"The thing that excites me about this new music is I feel rejuvenated," she said. "I'm done being afraid to show my country roots. And I'm doing it with a modern twist."

Returning to California to make her late-night debut on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" on Monday with lead single "Neon Baby," the track captures a sensual side of mature femininity.

Influenced by Patsy Cline, Shania Twain, George Strait, Dwight Yoakam and The Beatles, the California native broke out in 2014 with the SiriusXM/CMT hit "Crooked Halo," a traditionally flavored song.

Bosko wrote songs recorded by Willie Nelson and Jessica Simpson, tour alongside Tim McGraw, Dierks Bentley and Blake Shelton.

Bosko will celebrate the release of the project at Los Angeles' Troubadour on Wednesday, Jan. 10.

Songs are:
Sometimes I Forget (Hannah Dasher, Wynn Varble)
Neon Baby (Annie Bosko, Bridgette Tatum, Jeffrey Steele)
Boots On (Annie Bosko, Derek George)
He Gone (Lainey Wilson, Terri Jo Box, Trent Tomlinson)
Honky Tonk Highway (Annie Bosko, Bridgette Tatum)

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CD review - Annie Bosko Annie Bosko starts out a little quiet on her five-song EP, but revs up to a rollicking ride down the "Honky Tonk Highway" to close it out. This project may represent a brief trip, but she sure makes for one fun travel partner. Bosko is a fine singer that surrounds herself with undeniably country instrumentation. For instance, out front fiddle spars with the twangy electric guitar on the aforementioned "Honky Tonk Highway." It's a fun song that will sound fantastic on any road trip. ...

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