Annemarie Quinn, hailing from the unique Lake District town of Keswick, turned professional in 2013 after graduating from Manchester Met University with a First Class Degree in Music.
Taking up the guitar and violin from an early age, she has developed her song writing techniques, becoming a prolific composer of beautiful music that reflects the lakes and mountains that she loves.
Annemarie combines her passion for the rural landscape with the broad music influences ranging from the folk stylings of Kate Rusby and Mumford and Sons to the memorable melodies of Bob Marley and Paul Simon. In doing so, she has honed a style that is uplifting, sun-shining and heart-warming, which continues to attract a large and growing following, locally and further afield.
Annemarie has played at venues and festivals all over the country including The 02 Academy London, The Wickerman Festival Scotland, The Cavern Club Liverpool, Jamie Oliver's The Big Feastival and Chris Evans' CarFest. With supporting sets for The Feeling, Stornaway, Scouting For Girls and Badly Drawn Boy, Annemarie has also been a featured this year on BBC Introducing.
2015 saw the release of Annemarie's latest E.P featuring 5 of original tracks arranged with a full band. The New E.P can be downloaded from iTunes and ordered from 'Shop'.