Live After Five | Ann Meadows Show (Friday, Nov. 23rd, 2018)
Ann Meadows performed Friday night (Nov. 23rd, 2018) at the Roanoke Rapids Theatre's Live After Five Event. Ann Meadows is a singer, songwriter, guitarist, and percussionist whose musical range encompasses blues, folk, rhythm and blues, pop, and country rock. Ann was born in Jacksonville, Fla. but her Bohemian style parents quickly relocated to North Carolina where Ann grew up steeped in traditional Carolina styles of music. Ann’s Aunt Edna traveled, sang and recorded with the famous Arthur “Guitar Boogie” Smith, lending ideas and dreams of music to Ann in her early teens. Ann’s desire for music quickly developed with classical, opera, and creative vocal classes in high school. With this under her belt Ann's musical creativity, culminated her into a sensitive songstress, committed to her songwriting craft. Ann’s vocal range is on a wide scale. Ranging from the low down blues to the heartfelt melodies of her originals, her vocal prowess is sure to please. The personal depth of her stories and melodic interpretation, speak volumes of her years of experience as a seasoned singer songwriter. Her writing is musically intriguing as well as faith based and offers traditional family values. As an Americana artist, Ann has captured the true essence of roots songwriting, performing and style. She maintains her unique sound on the acoustic 12 string guitar accompanying her heartfelt crystalline vocals.