Interview with guitar girl magazine 4/13/17

A few weeks ago I spent a few hours curled up in the couch of my studio, chatting with Alison Richter at Guitar Girl Magazine. You can check out this in-depth (down to my favorite pick size) interview here:

Interview with Folk Radio UK 4/1/17

"A fascinating and inspiring woman. I chat to Anna Coogan about her new album ‘The Lonely Cry of Space and Time.’"

“I’d like it to make people think- about the rising oceans, about children washing up on beaches, and how that relates to us as individuals, living our normal lives.”


song premiere 3/8/17

We are excited that Glide Magazine is premiering the song "Collateral" from The Lonely Cry of Space and Time in celebration of International Women's Day.

"A fervently emotive kiss-off anthem that is both militant, righteous and experimental. Coogan’s introspective tunes comes from a place where the line between poignant songwriting and echoey indie rock collides completely."

Check out the interview and debut here:


NEW SINGLE OUT NOW!! (2/6/2017)

We are thrilled to release the first single from "The Lonely Cry of Space and Time," Burn For You. The album, a virtual two-person effort which features Willie B (Brian Wilson) on drums and Moog bass, combines Coogan’s three-octave soprano vocals, electric guitar soundscapes and pointed social commentary into a fierce cohesive piece which combines the personal and the political, in a musical hybrid of rock, country, pop and classical opera into a unique whole. Find it:

Hear / Share “Burn For You” at Soundcloud | Spotify | Bandcamp | iTunes


Art by Q. Cassetti

Art by Q. Cassetti


I will be releasing my new album, The Lonely Cry of Space and Time, on April 28, 2017. I am turning to you: friends, fans, and strangers alike. Don't see a reward? Let me know, and I'll get it posted.


Photo by Ganesh Van Boggelen

Photo by Ganesh Van Boggelen

Supporting John Doe

Anna’s pleased to be supporting John Doe and Exene this Friday, November 4th at the Haunt in Ithaca, NY. It will be a rare solo-electric show.

Photo by Ganesh Van Boggelen

Photo by Ganesh Van Boggelen

Johnny Dowd Band

Johnny Dowd and the Sex Robots have made it home from their month-long tour of Europe and the UK. While several Robots returned a bit worse for the wear (myself included) it was nothing that a 2 week dose of antibiotics couldn’t handle. You can see some great video footage from the tour here: LIVE IN ZEIST and here: “THE LONELY CRY OF SPACE AND TIME”. (Thanks Jos Goverde for the videos). You can also see our journey at Johnny’s website. Photo by Ganesh van Boggelen.