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Anne Steele is back at Joe’s Pub with a brand new show, Where The Boys Are, celebrating all of the songs made famous by male artists and songwriters that shaped her as an artist through the years. As a young woman growing up Anne never understood why she connected to the songs written and recorded by men. Why singing openly about being attracted to women drew her in…..now she gets it and will explore all of that in this new show….the ups and downs, the comedy, and the tragedy. Be prepared for a rollercoaster of emotion and lots of laughs along the way.
Musical Direction by William TN Hall with a killer band and backing vocals by Laura Pavles and Jon Satrom.
"After listening to this EP, Made Out Of Stars, I'm convinced that Steele herself is made out of heavenly, cosmic stuff. Sporting a million-watt smile, a voice as clear and bright as a bell, and a heart of gold, Steele’s music sounds like a good friend—the kind you call when you need lifting up. One of the pleasures of female-driven pop is its ability to tap into the anthem of the self: the best female pop vocalists amplify positive feelings and give us hope that we can transcend obstacles. And when music’s as good as Made Out Of Stars I think we all get to shine a little.” - Merryn Johns, Curve Magazine