Author Archives: Anne Buckle
When Anne Buckle graduated with a master’s degree from Harvard University in 2012, no one expected her to move to Nashville to pursue a career in country music. But as the great, great niece of A.P. Carter and cousin of June Carter Cash, she always felt it was her calling, so she made the thousand-mile journey from Boston to Music City. Originally from Fayetteville, Georgia, Anne has called Nashville home for the past two and a half years, working part-time as an education policy analyst for the Governor of Tennessee while spending the rest of her hours living the dream as a singer, songwriter, and fiddle player. In July 2014, Anne released her debut, self-titled EP featuring eight original songs. Since a young age, Anne has been an avid writer, publishing her first poem at age 12 in the Anthology of Poetry by Young Americans. In addition to writing and making music, Anne is passionate for traveling and has lived in France twice, to attend school at the Sorbonne and to work at the U.S. Embassy in Paris. Some of her favorite things in life are oatmeal chocolate chip cookies, board game nights, and interesting conversations with interesting people.