What sets ANNA KRAMER apart from the troubadour masses isnt just the honesty in her songs, but her ability to wander through an array of musical styles while maintaining her own identity. Kramers voice is more honest-to-goodness human than seductress. Rather wielding feelings like a club, she confronts highs and lows with authentic emotions that bend to expose the subtleties in her songs. Kramers modest presence breathes realism into her performances whether shes traversing country-music desolation and Kinks-style Brit rock, or simply covering Buck Owens, Buddy Holly or Carl Perkins. Sweet melancholy is as much her calling card as is her rockabilly twang.