Anna & the Consequences welcomes you!

The sound of the human voice, old wood instruments and strings, the drawn bow… music as it was for hundreds of years.  It’s a fresh sound for an idea so old.  Strip away electricity and hear the real sound of the human voice, person to person, as it was meant to be.  As society has gotten louder and busier we’ve forgotten the sound of the voice in its purest form.  Melody against chord in stark relief.  Melodies that move, passion, fun… somehow they seem more honest without all the racket.

Silence is a fantastic backdrop for music but surely not the only one.  Picture a New York cabaret in 1947.  Full menu, big wooden bar.  Fabulous dresses, smart suits and polished shoes. People talking, laughing, dancing… or not.  Go ahead and have a conversation with your friends or your date.  Let the sound wash over you while you enjoy each other.  Pay attention for a minute until you think of something else to say.  Maybe get up and move together on the dance floor.

Or come closer and listen to the voices, the sound of wood.

We are here for you.

Drop an email to info@annaandtheconsequences.com


“We had never had entertainment at our Annual Convention.  It was risky to try something new but we really wanted to liven things up a bit.  The big concern was who could we get to provide entertainment that would appeal to our broad audience?  We picked Anna & The Consequences because we knew they were a nice blend of jazz and torch singing blues.  It turned out that they had the perfect vibe and volume to be background for those who wanted to talk and entertainment for those who wanted to listen.  A few people even got up and danced!   Well, they were a big hit.  I’ve already gotten a number of requests to bring them back next year.  Thanks Anna & The Consequences for making our experiment such a big success.”
– Michael O. Ranney, Executive Director, Ohio Psychological Association

“Anna & the Consequences really set the right mood for our cocktail party fundraiser at Brother’s Drake Meadery and Bar on June 12, 2013, with their fun, sultry sets appealing to our wide audience.  Everyone in the band is extremely talented and easy to work with – these musicians could fit almost any venue – from intimate cocktail party to dance hall with thousands!”
– Bethany Anderson, Public Information Director, Central Ohio Area Agency on Aging

“AWESOME. Everybody loved having you and the guys with us at the CMC Spring Membership Reception on May 31 and again August 29 featuring A Quarter Century of Mayoral Memories with Dana “Buck” Rinehart, Greg Lashutka, Michael B. Coleman and moderator Gail Hogan, Host of ‘Daytime Columbus’, NBC4.  Your music was lovely, appropriate, fun, upbeat and enjoyed. Thank you and we look forward to seeing you again!”
-Jane Scott, Executive Director, Columbus Metropolitan Club

“Sexy, sultry, swingin’ and fun!”

Part of the supper party fun of watching Anna & The Consequences is the chemistry of the whole group and how the music ball is tossed from member to member. Anna and Dan are both extremely talented singers… it’s all very natural, organic, and enjoyable musical fun here!
-Jon Peterson, Host. Shakin’ It Radio on WCBE, 90.5FM, National Public Radio

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Concert/Jam WED, May 17, 7pm-10pm in Marion, OH & Clintonville Farmers Market SAT, May 20, 9:30am-11:30am

WDIF-LP brings live blues to Marion with their Spring Blues Concert & Jam Series at the spacious Nathan’s Barbershop in downtown Marion, Ohio. This WED, May 17th, features Anna & the Consequences playing vintage torch blues. Pop’d Sensations popcorn, water, and soda pop will be available for purchase. Feel free to BYOB!
•6pm Doors Open, $10
•7-8:30pm Anna & the Consequences
•JAM (*see below) immediately following hosted by radio personality & blues singer
“Silky Ray” Macklin. Unforgettable magic can be created when random musicians get together!

Advance $10 tix available NOW at Nathan’s Barbershop and at the radio station, from 10-5 most days. Proceeds pay musicians for their performance. Sponsorship of events support this non-profit radio station and charitable initiatives.

*If you plan to participate in the jam, please buy a ticket and bring your own equipment (instrument, amp/cords, etc.)

Nathan’s Barbershop
162 West Center St, Marion, Ohio 43302

Also, join us at the Clintonville Farmers’ Market this Saturday, May 20, from 9:30am to 11:30am as
Anna & the Consequences Duo plays jazzy torch blues in the Donato’s parking lot.

The market is located in Clintonville along the west side of North High Street at Dunedin Road between Orchard Lane and Torrence Road.  Click here for a Google Map & Driving Directions.

Patron Parking is available:

  • Along North High Street
  • Brevoort Building, 3620 N. High St., next to Wendy’s
  • The Columbus Mennonite Church, 35 Oakland Park
  • Cephas Capital at Oakland Park and High

Ride your bike to market and park bikes, wagons, and strollers at the Baer Wheels Bike Corral. Visit the market information table to exchange debit card and Ohio Direction Cards EBT/SNAP for market tokens. Producers with eligible items accept VeggieSNAP tokens and WIC coupons. Some accept Lifecare Alliance Senior coupons, as well.

For the safety of people and produce, we ask that patrons leave pets at home. Thank you!
http://www.clintonvillefarmersmarket.org/

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