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Ann Zimmerman Sings!
With roots deep in Kansas grasslands, Ann Zimmerman works musical magic with songs of life on the windy plains. She sings the prairie into universal language. Her music celebrates the joy, sorrow, grandeur and silliness of life, especially life on the prairies. She backs her rich voice with piano, guitar and the audience itself.
Ann takes her Kansas style across the Great Plains and beyond—to New York, Seattle, Boston, Texas, Alaska—and turns each audience into her backup choir. Blending old and new traditions with her own award-winning songs, Ann’s concerts tell stories and paint portraits, brilliantly-colored and unexpected, sparked with an irresistible stage presence. She has four independent recordings.
Ann appears annually at the Land Institute in central Kansas and debuted in 2018 at the Walnut Valley Festival, Winfield, Kansas. She entertains nationally at festivals, farmers markets, fancy theaters, conferences and backyards—a hundred dates a year.
“Meadowlark,” the title song from her album of children’s music was chosen as a finalist in the folk/ Americana category of The Great American Song contest. Ann was voted the "People's Choice" winner in the Wildflower! Festival song contest near Dallas with songs from her “Blue Wild Indigo” album, she is a long-standing member of the juried “Kansas Arts on Tour” and Mid-America Arts Alliance rosters and was nominated for a “grass-roots grammy” in the Just Plain Folks national song contest.