Born to a family of touring Scottish vaudevillians, Annie Ross has been performing as long as she can remember. From her childhood appearances in film to her landmark composition "Twisted", as a founding member of Lambert, Hendricks and Ross, through her classic jazz recordings as well as roles in theatre and film over the last decades, Annie has long been a favorite of jazz listeners everywhere. She has sung alongside a who's who of jazz, including James Moody, Kenny Clarke, Milt Jackson, Harry Sweets Edison, the Count Basie band, Louis Armstrong, Gerry Mulligan, Art Farmer, Chet Baker and many more.
Annie is a recipient of the prestigious NEA Jazz Masters Award for 2010 and was inducted into the ASCAP Jazz Wall of Fame in June 2009. Currently Annie is appears weekly with her band at the Metropolitan Room in New York City. She is also working on her autobiography, an eagerly awaited memoir to be published at a later date.