“THREE HUNDRED SUNS” is now available! You can buy it and listen to tracks from Annie’s new album on the magical land of BANDCAMP

Paypal link above includes physical copy with lyrics, or get it for digital purchase on BANDCAMP or I-TUNES


— Alison Sudol, A Fine Frenzy

“…a prolific storyteller, coming across as a modern-day Joni Mitchell with a hint of Janis Joplin thrown in at times you least expect it to surprise you with her range.”
— Ana Ammann, Oregon Music News

“Feels like a Sir Isaac Lime Otter Pop on a hot summer day.”

— my friend Jason (see below)

Holy shit, we thought Annie Bethancourt was a writer who dabbled in songwriting (she interned at WW a few years back and occasionally freelances for us), but it turns out she’s got more than a side-gig’s worth of skill in the latter. Her new disc Three Hundred Suns starts out blasting gorgeously recorded gospel “Glory Hallelujah (I’ve Got Nothing)” that sounds like it could be a performance at the CMT awards circa 1978 and shifts into wavering balladry (“Dust and Bone”) and orchestral waltzes (“Revolving Doors”). The disc sounds like it took a hundred people and a hundred thousand dollars to produce, so we’re not quite sure how Annie put this thing together (lord knows WW ain’t paying the bills), but it’s a pretty epic offering from this country-tinged singer-songwriter.”
-Casey Jarman, Willamette Week

Sneak preview from upcoming CD! (Summer 2009)
The Birds of the Air

Interfaith All-stars
Mint Car (Cure Cover)

Live at Lestat’s: 1-3-08
(Leonard Cohen Cover)

NorthNorthEast EP (2005)
Where Darkness Meets Fire
Like Dying But Kind

The Garage Sessions (2002)
Out My Window

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5 thoughts on “Music

  1. Mareana Chean says:

    i LOVE your song “oh what’s a girl to do” i heard it on the radio which was strange because radio music usually=shit but you’re great!!

    you should tell me the chords/tabs to that song
    it would be much appreciated 😀

  2. jason says:

    just saw you perform this at the Justice conference. been listenin to it on bandcamp like an addict ever since i got back home. really respect what you stand for and how that interprets into lyrics.. much appreciation from vancouver, canada.

    1. anniebethancourt says:

      Oh man Jason, the Justice Conference was rad! I’m already excited for the next one! I’m so glad the lyrics resonated with you, that’s the Spirit speaking through for sure…Take care and maybe I’ll see you in Philly in Feb! 🙂 XO,AB

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