Wall-I Records
April 7, 2017
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1. Another Place, Another Time (featuring Larry McKenna)
2. I Don't Care (Groucho's Blues)
3. It's Nobody's Fault But Mine
4. Forgotten
5. Traffic Jam In a One Horse Town
6. I'll Never Forget You

Produced by Lili Anel and Dale Melton
Recorded and mixed by Dale Melton at The Sandbox
Lili Anel - Vocals, guitar
Dale Melton - Piano, Hammond B3 Organ
Chico Huff - Bass
Jonathan Whitney - Drums, Percussion
Larry McKenna - Tenor Sax on Another Place, Another Time

©2017 Lili Añel, TwinTwo Music, BMI, Wall-I Records, except: Another Place, Another Time and I Don't Care (Groucho's Blues), by Lili Añel and Barbara Añel ©2017 TwinTwo Music BMI
“Traffic Jam In A One Horse Town” by Jef Lee Johnson ©2002 Malinda Davora Music, ASCAP
and “It’s Nobody’s Fault But Mine” ©1927 Blind Willie Johnson, Alpha Film Music

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May 10, 2017
South Jazz Parlor
Philadelphia, PA
2 Big Shows! 7pm and 9pm


May 12, 2017
Steel City Coffee House
Phoenixville, PA




May 13, 2017

Steel City Coffee House May 12th

South Jazz Parlor with Larry McKenna May 10th

Four big shows for the CD release of Another Place, Another Time in May were a blast! Lili performed one last time at World Cafe Live in Wilmington, DE before it will be closing its doors later this month, then did two shows at South Jazz Parlor with special guest Larry McKenna and last night Lili and the band tore down the house to a very enthusiastic crowd at the newly resurrected Steel City Coffee House in Phoenixville, PA! More shows are coming soon and will be announced at a later date. Videos will be posted soon!

May 6, 2017

May 6th was the first of 3 scheduled CD release shows for Another Place, Another Time. Sadly, this will be the last time Lili witll perform at World Cafe Live in Wilmington as the venue will be closing on May 25th. Lili had an excellent run of shows performing there in the last several years. So, last night was a bit bittersweet. The energy in the room was especially high and Lili's opening act Darnell Miller rocked the house with his trio executing a mix of tastey soul and Hendrix type rockers. So, great night all around! Posted below is the first live video of "I Don't Care." Don't miss the double shot this Wednesday May 10th at South Jazz Parlor. Separate admission for 7pm and 9pm shows. Click HERE to purchase.

WXPN Interview
May 5, 2017

April 28, 2017

April 25, 2017

Last night on 90.1 WRTI the Classical and Jazz NPR station, Another Place, Another Time moved up to the number #1 spot in the countdown for the Jazz Hot 11. Two weeks ago Lili's song entered the countdown at #10. Last week it shot up to #2. So this was a big jump with only being 3 weeks in the countdown! You can purchase it at the folowing stores:

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Lili Añel (pronounced Ahn-Yell) considers music a calling. The musical visionary grew up in New York City where she discovered her passion for music. As a child Añel remembers singing along to her mother's Cuban, jazz and pop standard albums. Her mother supported Lili’s desire to join the church choir and her grandfather's recognition of how much joy singing brought to her served to set her feet firmly on the path of a career in music.

Currently residing in Philadelphia, Añel returns with her highly-anticipated, latest recording "Another Place, Another Time" due out early 2017. "Another Place, Another Time" is an EP of 6 songs, 2 penned by Añel, 2 co-written with her twin sister, Barbara and 2 covers. Another Place, Another Time's songs were recorded live with minimal overdubs. "They lent themselves to being more open and having space" says Añel. Lili Añel once again pushes the boundaries vocally and as a songwriter continuing to electrify her audience as well as attract new fans.

Palmetto Records released her first CD "Laughed Last" (1994), following with "Hi-Octane Coffee" (2001), "Dream Again" (2007) and "Every Second In Between" (2009). In 2007, JazzTimes Magazine said of Lili "…her songs are consistently excellent…" and proclaimed of her 2009 release "…a cd to blow your mind at first listen…". Every Second In Between (produced by Glenn Barratt) also made the All About Jazz 2009 Year End Writers Choice for the "10 Best New Jazz Releases" list, along with winning 3 New York Music Awards 2010: Best Singer-Songwriter, Best Jazz Album and Best Female Jazz Vocalist. On her 2013 release I Can See Bliss From Here, Lili teamed up with Dale Melton (The Melton Brothers) a friend and fellow musician who'd played in her rhythm section for over a year. The collaboration as co-producers has proven fruitful, delivering a profoundly honest and diverse recording. The songwriting on this, her 6th CD, is more musically diverse than any of her previous. Says Lili "these are the songs I want to put out to the world at this time. They reflect where I am right now". Musically drawing from Latin, Jazz, Folk, Blues and Pop, as much a hybrid as Añel herself, a New York-born Cuban-African American. The album was well received by critics and fans alike. READ MORE


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