Two voices — one given, one earned. Singer, songwriter and entertainer Annie Bosko has married the two, recognizing that a powerful and beautiful vocal instrument is, in isolation, incapable of taking her where she has every intention of going.
Born and raised a farmer’s daughter and the middle of 5 children, Annie is no stranger to hard work and fighting for her voice to be heard. She’s entertained audiences up to 300,000 people, played the Grand Ole Opry, received a standing ovation at Ryman Auditorium and has toured the country opening for acts such as Dierks Bentley, Blake Shelton, Martina McBride, Wynona Judd, Big & Rich, Josh Turner, Pat Benetar and more. She has shared the stage and performed with Adele, Darius Rucker, Andrea Bocelli, Josh Groban and more.
Annie has penned songs for Willie Nelson, Jessica Simpson, Marie Osmond, Ty Herndon, Rita Wilson, Jessica Andrews and more. Her single, “Crooked Halo” was featured as a Highway Find on Sirius XM The Highway and the music video topped the charts on CMT. Rolling Stone magazine praised her as the #2 new country artist to watch, describing her as the “California girl next door with the country-pop delivery of Sheryl Crow.”
Jamie Floyd is a Grammy nominated songwriter as well as a brilliant artist. Her songs have been recorded by Miranda Lambert, Ronnie Dunn, Ashley Monroe, Kellie Pickler, Hayden Panettiere, and Brian McKnight, among others.
Her song ‘The Blade’ was recorded by Ashley Monroe and Miranda Lambert (and was named one of “The Best Songs of 2016” by Rolling Stone, Billboard Magazine and NPR), earning her first Grammy nomination.
Her songs have been heard on hit TV shows like Nashville (ABC), Finding Carter (MTV), The Client List (Lifetime) and Beauty & The Beast (CW Network).
Jamie, along with John Martin, appeared in, co-wrote and recorded the entire 12-song official major motion picture soundtrack for Burt Reynolds’ final film, The Last Movie Star, starring Reynolds, Ariel Winter and Chevy Chase.
Jamie was also a recent finalist on USA Network’s ‘Real Country’.