Track featureing Orla Wren, taken from the debut album by Annie Ellicott, “Lonesome Goldmine”, out September 18th via Unknown Tone Records.
“Lonesome Goldmine” is a heroes odyssey re-imagined from the perspective of the sirens. Narrated through song, this short film presents open ended questions about the relativity of time, relationship and the human psyche. The story was conceptualized in organic creative process by composer Annie Ellicott, producer Mark Kuykendall, and director/ videographer Joe Cappa.
Annie Ellicott is an interdisciplinary artist working to expand her role as a singer/songwriter through video production, stagecraft, and performance art. Annie has toured the United States as well as Europe, performing both traditional jazz and original compositions. She has also been a prominent stage actress in Oklahoma for over eighteen years.
More recently Ms. Ellicott has been performing, writing, and co-producing music videos with Mark Kuykendall of The New Honey Shade and Unknown Tone Records. She has been expanding her role as a jazz singer and stage actress through collaborating on performance installation projects with composer and sculptor Mark Southerland.
Annie has an upcoming album of original music entitled “Lonesome Goldmine” to be released on Unknown Tone Records in Sept. of 2016. This genre bending album is a mix of soundscapes and haunting song writing, moving her work from electro-acoustic to the avant garde. She will also debut a multi-media presentation of “Lonesome Goldmine” including live musical performances, music videos, performance art and dance.