Anne Buckle is a native of Peachtree City, GA, Anne Buckle is a singer, songwriter, and strings player in Nashville, TN. A descendent of A.P. Carter and cousin of June Carter Cash, she chose to go by the stage name WILDWOOD as a nod to The Carter Family’s “The Wildwood Flower”. As WILDWOOD, her original songs have amassed millions of streams, and she has shared the stage with the late Charlie Daniels, toured with Augustana, opened for The Chicks on their 2016 World Tour, performed on the stage of the Grand Ole Opry, and has become a regular at the Bluebird Cafe. As a songwriter, Anne’s songs have been recorded by artists including David Archuleta, Marisa McKaye, and Jacob Westfall, to name a few. Offstage, she loves to share her passion for songwriting with kids as part of the Country Music Hall of Fame’s Words Music program. Anne also facilitates songwriting team building sessions with companies and organizations, with notable past clients of, Salesforce, Accenture, Whataburger, Healthcare Corporation of America, Wounded Warrior Project, Comcast, and the U.S. Department of State. On her way to becoming WILDWOOD, Anne got her master’s degree in arts education from Harvard, worked for the U.S. Embassy in Paris, and served as an education policy advisor for the former Governor of Tennessee. A non-traditional path for a non-traditional artist, indeed. /@sheiswildwood


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