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Anna DubocANNA DUBOC

“Anna Duboc is as charming, soulful and engaging a performer onstage as she is a masterful vocalist / producer in the studio.” Jonathan Widran – THE MUSIC CONNECTION
 
The 17-year-old singer / songwriter has over 45 Million streams on all platforms and she is just getting started. ECHO MAG sums it up by stating, “Multi-hyphenate Anna Duboc has had quite the impressive career between her popular YouTube videos and cross- genre performances with artists including Katy Perry, Kenny Loggins and Andrea Bocelli.” Girl’s Life magazine has recognized Anna Duboc as a “rising star.” Anna currently has 220,500 followers and over 1.2 MILLION likes on TikTok, 26 MILLION views and 40,000 subscribers on her official YouTube Partner channel. This year the Contemporary A Cappella Society has nominated Anna for best original song by a scholastic composer for her song ‘Sinking Feeling’. She previously took home the award for best arranger and choreographer for the same song at the ICCA.
 
Anna will self release numerous songs this year including “Fire” co-written and co-produced by Matias Mora (Katy Perry, Cyn.) And an EP of 3 more in the summer. Long before she was an indie pop singer-songwriter, Anna was lighting up the musical theater stage at the Adderley Conservatory, where Jack Dylan Grazer and Golden Globe winner Ben Platt also attended. On April 21, 2024, Anna joined the Adderley Advanced Conservatory Production of Chicago at the El Portal theatre in Los Angeles where she played the role of Velma.  She co-starred with Jack Dylan Grazer (star of Shazam and It).
 
Having grown up in a highly creative family, Anna is a natural on stage, singing, dancing and performing since she was four years old. Her mother Carol has penned hits for Patti Labelle, Tom Jones, and others. In addition to her mom, Anna has been influenced by everyone from Queen to Ariana Grande, Taylor Swift and Rihanna and more recently Billie Eilish, Conan Gray and Lizzie McAlpine, Anna began writing songs in the third grade and created a CD of her music for a school assignment.
 
 When she’s not working hard on music and creating social media content to promote her songs and videos, Anna is very much a normal teenager. Currently a high school junior, she is maintaining an “A” average in AP Calculus BC, an achievement she attributes to the fact that “I really like math.” She adds, “School is really important to me.
 
 As for her music career Anna states, “I recently had an incredible experience which to me captures why I love being a singer/songwriter. While performing one of my recent singles ‘Sinking Feeling,’ I noticed that a young girl in the audience was crying. It may sound funny, but I felt great about that because it was like her tears were telling me she related deeply to what I was singing. If I can write, sing and produce songs that can connect with what other people are feeling and help them through their difficult times of anger, sadness or confusion, that’s more important than worrying about my personal vulnerability. Over the past few years, I’ve definitely grown as a songwriter and gotten much better at putting my innermost thoughts, self-reflections and observations into words.”

ANNA DUBOC

Anna Duboc
“Anna Duboc is as charming, soulful and engaging a performer onstage as she is a masterful vocalist / producer in the studio.” Jonathan Widran – THE MUSIC CONNECTION
 
The 17-year-old singer / songwriter has over 45 Million streams on all platforms and she is just getting started. ECHO MAG sums it up by stating, “Multi-hyphenate Anna Duboc has had quite the impressive career between her popular YouTube videos and cross- genre performances with artists including Katy Perry, Kenny Loggins and Andrea Bocelli.” Girl’s Life magazine has recognized Anna Duboc as a “rising star.” Anna currently has 220,500 followers and over 1.2 MILLION likes on TikTok, 26 MILLION views and 40,000 subscribers on her official YouTube Partner channel. This year the Contemporary A Cappella Society has nominated Anna for best original song by a scholastic composer for her song ‘Sinking Feeling’. She previously took home the award for best arranger and choreographer for the same song at the ICCA.
 
Anna will self release numerous songs this year including “Fire” co-written and co-produced by Matias Mora (Katy Perry, Cyn.) And an EP of 3 more in the summer. Long before she was an indie pop singer-songwriter, Anna was lighting up the musical theater stage at the Adderley Conservatory, where Jack Dylan Grazer and Golden Globe winner Ben Platt also attended. On April 21, 2024, Anna joined the Adderley Advanced Conservatory Production of Chicago at the El Portal theatre in Los Angeles where she played the role of Velma.  She co-starred with Jack Dylan Grazer (star of Shazam and It). 
 
Having grown up in a highly creative family, Anna is a natural on stage, singing, dancing and performing since she was four years old. Her mother Carol has penned hits for Patti Labelle, Tom Jones, and others. In addition to her mom, Anna has been influenced by everyone from Queen to Ariana Grande, Taylor Swift and Rihanna and more recently Billie Eilish, Conan Gray and Lizzie McAlpine, Anna began writing songs in the third grade and created a CD of her music for a school assignment.
 
 When she’s not working hard on music and creating social media content to promote her songs and videos, Anna is very much a normal teenager. Currently a high school junior, she is maintaining an “A” average in AP Calculus BC, an achievement she attributes to the fact that “I really like math.” She adds, “School is really important to me.
 
 As for her music career Anna states, “I recently had an incredible experience which to me captures why I love being a singer/songwriter. While performing one of my recent singles ‘Sinking Feeling,’ I noticed that a young girl in the audience was crying. It may sound funny, but I felt great about that because it was like her tears were telling me she related deeply to what I was singing. If I can write, sing and produce songs that can connect with what other people are feeling and help them through their difficult times of anger, sadness or confusion, that’s more important than worrying about my personal vulnerability. Over the past few years, I’ve definitely grown as a songwriter and gotten much better at putting my innermost thoughts, self-reflections and observations into words.”