Anne Cochran's musical partnership with Jim Brickman, as his featured lead vocalist and on-stage comedic relay, has garnered national acclaim on tours from Carnegie Hall to Severance Hall. She has guested on four Brickman PBS Specials, and the pair's hit single "After All These Years" climbed to Adult Contemporary's Top 5. From her newest cd, “Deeper”, she has enjoyed two solo radio hits, “The Moment You Were Mine” and “Live In You”, as well as two Top 10 Smooth Jazz Radio duets, “Rise and Shine” and “Who’s Gonna Baby You?", with Abe LaMarca. Anne can also be heard over the airwaves every Christmas season, interpreting holiday standards, as well as her own popular songs, “Someone Is Missing At Christmas,” her self-penned “Christmas Wish"; a co-written Cochran-Brickman duet, “I Wish It Was Christmas All Year”, and her newest holiday single, “Top Of Your List,” a co-written duet with LaMarca. She has also been known to sing the National Anthem in Basketball Arenas and Football and Baseball Stadiums across the country. She has sung with "Stars On Ice" at Madison Square Garden and Rocket Mortgage Field House and on NBC’s "A Golden Moment", and has performed with numerous symphony and pop orchestras throughout the US.