Annie Brobst Band
Fri, Apr 28Show: 9:00 pm
Join us for a live set from Annie Brobst Band on the Six String stage!
Cover charge and 21+ with valid ID starting at 9:00pm.
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Currently New England Music Awards' Overall Act of the Year, Country Artist of the Year, and Song of the Year winner, Brobst's unique songwriting ranges from traditional country to pop country. With influences like Miranda Lambert, Ashley McBryde and Jason Isbell; she adds a feminine touch to a bro-country sound and a powerful authenticity to storytelling through song.
Her musical journey began with her move to North Shore Massachusetts from Columbus, OH in 2007, and has now become one of the most sought after and awarded artists in New England. She’s accumulated over 75,000 followers and videos views in the millions across social media outlets (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, Bandsintown, TikTok, and more) of engaged and devoted fans - The ABB Army!
Her debut EP “Ghost” and her full album "My First Rodeo" are currently available on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon Music, and more. She released her latest album, "Where We Holler" on March 30th, 2021, which peaked at Number 2 on the iTunes Country Album Chart and #8 across all genres. All works were recorded with Sean McLaughlin of 37’ Productions - an award-winning producer in the New England music scene.
Multiple singles from all of her albums have been regularly playing on the “Backyard Country” segment of Boston’s country radio station 101.7 The Bull, powered by iHeartMedia as well as on Kruser's Local Catch on Country 102.5 WKLB.
Annie's innovation and creativity led to 3 virtual concert "tours" in the Summer and Fall of 2020 during the pandemic, as well as a sponsored virtual concert series in partnership with a local cafe and national brand, Mike's Hard Lemonade. She totaled over 100,000 digital views from her virtual concerts and 3,000 new followers from around the globe. The music never stopped for Annie Brobst.