Sally Anthony

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Sally Anthony
Origin Indianapolis, Indiana United States
Genres Pop rock
Years active 1998–present
Labels EMI

Sally Anthony is an American pop musician.


Anthony grew up in Indianapolis, Indiana, and self-released her first EP in 1998. Two more EPs followed, and Anthony, who had built a strong fan base in Indiana, was offered the opportunity to tour with acts such as Natalie Merchant, Chris Isaak,[1] Barenaked Ladies, James Taylor, Tom Petty, and Enrique Iglesias.[2] While preparing her debut LP, Vent, she became part-owner of the semi-pro basketball team Nashville Shock in 2004. In January 2005, after attempting to fire the team's coach in the middle of a game, she resigned as CEO and had to release the album independently.[1] Nevertheless, two singles, "Vent" and "C'mon C'mon", hit the Radio & Records charts and the album sold over 175,000 copies.[2] Continuing to build a fan base on the internet with sites such as MySpace,[2] Anthony signed with EMI and released her second album, Goodbye, in October 2007. The album has peaked at #9 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart.[3]


  • One Word Poetry Contest EP (1998)
  • Preview EP (2001)
  • Come Clean EP (2002)
  • Vent (Gracie Productions, 2005)
  • Goodbye (Gracie/EMI, October 23, 2007)


  1. ^ a b Sally Anthony at
  2. ^ a b c Internet Popularity Catapults Singer-Songwriter Sally Anthony on Her Way to Pop Stardom. Billboard Publicity Wire, November 7, 2007. Accessed December 6, 2007.
  3. ^ Billboard,

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