Anne Pack - Bright Lights of Ballinluig

"The Bright Lights of Ballinluig"
New CD Album

Anne's new album, The Bright Lights of Ballinluig is now on sale!

To order a copy, please contact Anne Pack directly on 01828 686510.

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Anne is based in Perth-shire, Scotland, in a village nestled between the Sidlaw Hills and the River Tay. First and foremost a singer, her mellow voice and complementary guitar playing adds a unique quality to those events she participates in. Her knowledge of her country and her deep love of her homeland are reflected in her self-penned songs as well as the national favourites in her repertoire. Her introductions are friendly and informative, laced with wit and humour. Travel Scotland with Anne through song and story and learn more about its history and places.

“Anne has a quiet but competent manner. On stage alone with her guitar she commands respect. She has a clear and easy listening style.”
Catholine Butler, The Celtic Connection

“Anne is a fine singer with a beautiful gentle voice and a very easy listening style”
Sheena Wellington, singer/songwriter

“Anne is a wonderful character with some wonderful songs. Her self-penned songs are brilliant.”
The Prof. John Matheson, Moray Firth Radio.

“Here is a great selection of songs, with beautiful arrangements…Anne, you are so versatile”.
Karin Ingram, Borders Radio

“…great entertainment and charm from a star who is definitely on the rise”.
The Scots Magazine

“Anne is blessed with a lovely natural voice”.
The Dundee Courier

“Anne is the genuine article”.
Ian Lees, Radio Tay presenter

“It is a brave person to take such songs as 'The Rose', 'Caledonia', and 'The Water is Wide' and combine them with their own material, given the fact that these tracks have been recorded by some of the biggest names in the industry. Yet you make them your own”.
Charles Dewhurst, No Celtic Boundaries

“She presents a winning combination of enthusiasm, personality and songs from the heart."
Alan Brown, freelance journalist and singer/songwriter