CD : Come Hither - $15


"A unique and impressive album." "A journey through a sonic landscape teeming with aural pleasure that beckons listeners to explore its secrets." "For those looking for something different, take Come Hither for a spin soon."  - ChicagoBlues.com

CD : Gravity and Faith - $15

Between dates with blues legend Otis Taylor and hippie heroes Jefferson Starship, not to mention the release of Gravity And Faith, it has been a banner year for Anne Harris. The singer-songwriter/fast-action fiddler continues to raise the bar on a soulful blend of folk, pop, and roots rock on record, while her deft instrumental abilities continue to resonate in concert. Outside sheer entertainment, the troubadour is always brimming with socially conscious, and at times, intensely personal lyrics as memorable as thought-provoking.
- Illinois Entertainer

Gravity and Faith "boasts a carefully crafted blend of violin-infused pop/rock arrangements, the occasional folk flavoring and introspective lyricism that find the ambitious troubadour digging down deep into the most transparent portions of her provocative soul."
- Concertlivewire.com

Gravity and Faith is "a thoughtful voyage" by "an electric performer who touches your spiritual side" with lyrics "more aptly called poetry."
- Lake Magazine

CD : Wine and Poetry - $15

“She's very talented. The music is good...an original sound and voice.”
- Bruce Hornsby, on "Wine and Poetry"

“Anne Harris' songs frequently sound born of a spiritual awakening.  ... Many of her lyrics read like intensely personal diary entries.  ...  On "Wine and Poetry" songs reference mountains, rivers and deep-rooted trees, the singer viewing the natural world almost as an open-air cathedral.”
- Chicago Tribune

“I spent a good part of the afternoon listening to [Wine and Poetry] and one of the things that struck me is that the music & the lyrics, are just very 'up.' It's positive, it's hopeful.  ...a soulful voice and a unique songwriting style.”
- Chicago Tonight, Phil Ponce

“Anne Harris is the connoisseur of combining 'Wine and Poetry' with exquisite lyrical songs that showcase her talent for beautiful vocal melodies laced with breathtaking lyrics. After a suspenseful, instrumental beginning in the first song “Connected”, Anne’s voice soothes powerfully across the tracks giving the listener a sneak preview of the vineyard of songs forthcoming on the menu of 'Wine and Poetry'. There is not one throwaway track on this release. Each song is memorably attractive and dazzling, I absolutely love this album. The diversity that flows from it makes it nearly impossible to tag it with just one genre category. Think Americana, soul, folk, Celtic, gospel and pop all on a glorious joyride…it’s that damn good! Experience the aroma of 'Wine and Poetry' for yourself. You’ll be glad you did!”
- CoffeeHouseTour.com

Besides being one of the most cleverly packaged CDs, Anne Harris' Wine and Poetry makes for a delightfully diverse listen. Like a fine wine, the vocalist/songwriter/fiddler gets better with time as she unleashes rock, pop, soul, and the occasional sliver of Americana. Cuts like "Fly" and "Connected" bounce with brisk acoustics, while "Desperate Day" unfolds with orchestrated urgency. Harris further connects with her experimental tendencies on the percussion peppered instrumental finale and remains tasty until the last drop.”
- Illinois Entertainer

CD : Open Your Doors - $10

“...every once in a while a breath of fresh air comes along, and that breath is Anne Harris' 'Open Your Doors.' This is Americana; roots music at its finest!  I can not remember the last CD that I was as impressed with from start to finish. Anne is a voice and writer who we will hear more from in the future. Her vocals are at times sultry, at times pure Americana, and always right on target for the song she is playing. And she can handle a fiddle with great adeptness as well.”  Rating: A+
- BestFemaleMusicians.com

“Throughout [Open Your Doors] Harris never misses a moment to tell the listener the cup is more than half-full if not brimming over. And it never sounds forced, which only adds to its luster... The album may not be an easy finder, but it's certainly a keeper!”
- PopMatters

“Fiery fiddler Anne Harris is a free spirit… [On Open Your Doors] her soulful voice continues to assert a world of influences, from Celtic to African to American folk/rock. Catch one of her live shows…”
- Chicago magazine

“Anne Harris’ latest release, Open Your Doors, is bright and buoyant. The lyrics are hopeful and celebratory. The instrumentations are infectiously danceable. … A first-class vocalist and performer who just happens to be a soulful fiddle player, Harris has that rare ability to press her charisma into the grooves of the disc so it can pour out of the stereo. If there is any justice, this is the music that will be blaring out of every boom box on the beach this summer.”   Rating: 4 Stars
- Chicago Arts & Entertainment

[Open Your Doors] is an exciting album, and Anne Harris is an exciting performer...The only way I could improve on this album would be to hear Anne Harris live.”
- The Woodstock Independent

CD : Anne Harris - $10

“Kicking off with a song that could easily mesh with Dave Matthews or even Led Zeppelin's ‘That's the Way,’ this musician can find a good melody and evolve it over five to six minutes.  …Harris definitely is onto something special.”   AMG Rating: 4 Stars
- All Music Guide Expert Review

“Ever feel like taking a cross-country road trip? Listen to Anne Harris' eponymous album and grab your keys. Harris lets an eclectic mix of percussion and her own fiddling guide her soulful voice…   …this album is a shout out to anyone who likes earthy tones and vibrant lyrics, an artist who in many ways resembles folk goddess Ani DiFranco.”
- Illinois Entertainer

“Debut disc by vocalist/fiddler is seductive & sweet…This is as good as anything on any radio station or concert stage today…If this is her debut disc, one can only imagine what’s next for this talented artist. 4 Stars ”
- Chicago Arts & Entertainment

“…kind of an Afro-Celt Americana, a great sound.  Great fiddler, great singer-songwriter, you’re gonna be hearing more from Anne Harris.”
- Laney Goodman, "Women in Music" radio program