Anna Wilson is a composer and artist with a voice that Jazz Times likens to “crème de cocoa.” She has also been hailed as the queen of country-jazz with her Countrypolitan Duets project. An award-winning ASCAP songwriter, her stamp appears on over 7 million RIAA certified records, for artists like Lady Antebellum, Reba McEntire, Billy Ray Cyrus to name a few.
Her latest project is a new band that she together with Monty Powell formed and leads called Troubadour 77. Its mission is to carry the torch of the 70s Southern California sound (The Eagles, Firefall, Linda Ronstadt) with new music that appeals to older Generation Xers and Baby Boomers, two generations largely neglected by contemporary artists.
Monty Powell, her partner in life and on stage, was a key creative force in establishing the mega success story of Keith Urban. He was his early producer and one of Urban’s top collaborators for many years, earning Golden Globe nominations and countless industry awards for the songs they composed.