Anne Steele in The Mixtape Of My Life


Anne Steele is a multi award-winning OUT singer/ songwriter and recording artist from New York City and is thrilled to return to The Crown and Anchor with her show “The Mixtape Of My Life”. Hear songs that influenced her to become the artist she is today. From George Michael to Madonna to Taylor Swift to Whitney Houston, you will learn how these incredible artists empowered and shaped her to sing and write words from her heart. This show will connect to all generations with music from the 80’s to current hits.

Get ready for blow the roof off ballads and high energy dance numbers that will make you want to sing along!


This one night only concert is sponsored by R Family Vacations in support of Family Equality. A portion of every ticket purchased will be donated to Family Equality.


Anne Steele is a dynamic performer who has sold out concerts and dazzled audiences in NYC for over 18 years. She recently released a new CD called Made Out Of Stars, and has been touring extensively to sold out audiences from NY to LA to Chicago to Atlanta to London. Steele has sailed around the world performing on ships and at resorts for R Family Vacations, Atlantis Events, Olivia Travel and RSVP Vacations.

Anne performed with Cyndi Lauper at her Home for the Holidays concert at The Beacon Theater in NYC singing her original music and her single, “Love Can Take Us There”, with all proceeds benefitting victims of The Pulse Nightclub shooting, was chosen as the official Provincetown Carnival Anthem for 2016.


"After listening to this EP, Made Out Of Stars, I'm convinced that Steele herself is made out of heavenly, cosmic stuff. Sporting a million-watt smile, a voice as clear and bright as a bell, and a heart of gold, Steele’s music sounds like a good friend—the kind you call when you need lifting up. One of the pleasures of female-driven pop is its ability to tap into the anthem of the self: the best female pop vocalists amplify positive feelings and give us hope that we can transcend obstacles. And when music’s as good as Made Out Of Stars I think we all get to shine a little.” - Merryn Johns, Curve Magazine, Feb 2019.