Ann Driscoll was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio. She first started playing guitar when she was seven, inspired by The Beatles and Nirvana. She picked up drums and bass shortly thereafter. At ten, she began studying double and electric bass formally, attending Interlochen Arts Camp for two summers and playing in youth symphonies. Now nineteen, she is a freshman at the University of Missouri-Columbia, double-majoring in journalism and political science. Ann has released her first self-titled EP. It has six songs which she wrote and on which she performed all the instruments. The first three songs were recorded at Sound Images, a recording studio in downtown Cincinnati. The last three tracks were recorded at home which friend David DeWitt mixed. David also did the photography/artwork on the EP. Intrigued by artists in many different genres, Ann believes that everything she listens to somehow affects and influences her music. Nevertheless, she describes her sound as Beatlesesque pop/rock. Sound Images, admiring the work Ann did at their studio, contacted her to sing on a tv and radio advertising spot for JTM, a food corporation. She recorded the spot on Tuesday, November 30th, and it currently airs on radio and tv during Cincinnati Reds games in Ohio and Kentucky. Find out more: www.AnnDriscoll.com www.myspace.com/anndriscoll Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
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