Anne Pack is a self taught singer/guitarist, who has been entertaining audiences of all ages and sizes most of her life with her own style of traditional, contemporary, folk and easy listening music. Originally from Kinross, Anne now lives in a Perth-shire village.
Anne is much in demand as a soloist at concerts, ceilidhs, Burns Nights, St Andrews Nights etc Her style encompasses ballads, descriptive Scottish and Irish numbers along with humorous songs, all linked together with Anne's lightening repartee with her audiences plus her endless supply of funny stories.
She guests at fiddlers rallies hosted by Perth Strathspey & Reel Society and other similar organisations. In addition to this Anne has shared the programme with some of Scotland's best known artistes, such as: The Alexander Brothers, Peter Morrison, Gaberlunzie, Ian Powrie, Isla St Clair and George Donald (Scotland the What).
Anne has also been a guest at several folk festivals around the country. On the international scene she has performed solo concerts in Vancouver five times, Vancouver Island twice, and has toured Ontario with a Scottish Orchestra.