Annette has sang in church since she was 6 years of age. She has always felt the Lord had a special work for her to do in the music, but that opportunity was not offered to her until she moved from Louisville, KY to southern Illinois in 2009. Annette's dream to sing at the National Quartet Convention was fulfilled in 2014 in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee; where she sang two songs from her first southern gospel CD entitled "Listen to the Still Small Voice". Annette has sang several times on main stage at The Great Passion Play in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, St. Jude Children Research Center in Memphis, TN, as well as at many local church events, revivals, and charity events. She also performs at local assisted living centers / nursing homes and has a deep love for the elderly and shut-ins. She remains committed to the work of the Lord. Wherever Annette goes, she touches hearts, and many comments are made concerning "feeling her conviction" through her voice. She remains focused on drawing as many people to the Lord as possible.
Annette is well known for presenting concerts wherever doors are open for her. She has been noted locally to be the "Parking Lot Gospel Sing" artist, reaching out to touch hearts even when not behind church doors. Annette is also noted for the versatility of her voice - from traditional southern gospel to country gospel to bluesy gospel.