Little Miss Ann has been releasing family music for nearly 15 years. Underneath her small stature is a powerful voice belting out tunes in a Cat Stevens-esque blend of folk and rock. She puts her own twist on folk standards but also urges children to stand up for what they believe in, encouragement to be the best they can be, as well as getting and exploring outside where ever you may be in the world.
This musical style continues on her latest release, 28 Days and the main theme throughout the album is togetherness. It features notable kindie artists like Suzi Shelton, Frances England, Elena Moon Park, and Mil’s Trills. The latest single, “We Go Together Very Well”, kicks off with a plucky ukulele followed by a rock drums and a fuzzy guitar. It also has a little Sgt. Pepper’s/Yellow Submarine Beatles vibe to it towards the end. 28 Days feels a bit fuller than previous Little Miss Ann albums, but still remains in the familiar vein of her other work.