Indie-folk songwriter Annette Wasilik has been writing songs ever since she found a Sears Silvertone abandoned in a tin wardrobe in the family basement. She was then a shy 14-year-old but eventually started performing in local venues, bars and festivals. Later when her daughter was born, Annette turned her focus to her massage practice and caring for the family. When she was again able to turn her full attention to her music, she dug in with all she had. In April 2015, Annette released Songs from the Talking House and in 2016 it won Best Contemporary Folk Recording of the Year from WAMA, The Washington Area Music Association. Later that year, her song “Don’t Look Down” won Honorable Mention in the 2016 Mid Atlantic Song Contest. She will release her next collection in spring 2019. Annette curates and hosts Songwriter Sundays at MilkBoy ArtHouse in College Park and Local Cream~A Songwriter Scrum and co-hosts a popular songwriters’ circle in Takoma Park, Md. She joined the Azalea City Recordings label in the fall or 2018.
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