Anne Litt

Anne Litt

Host/KCRW Staff, Anne Litt, Anne's Backyard

Anne Litt is KCRW's Program Director of Music and the acclaimed host of KCRW's popular weekend afternoon music program.

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In Damon Albarn’s only in-person interview around his new solo album, the Blur and Gorillaz frontman discusses making “The Nearer the Fountain,” harmonic destinations, and scoring the Icelandic sunrise.

Live from Anne’s Backyard: Damon Albarn

In Damon Albarn’s only in-person interview around his new solo album, the Blur and Gorillaz frontman discusses making “The Nearer the Fountain,” harmonic destinations, and scoring the Icelandic sunrise.

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The Mercury Prize winner, upcoming Grammy nominee, and KCRW 2021 Best Album artist stopped by Anne Backyard for an intimate performance and candid conversation with MBE’s Novena Carmel.

Live from Anne’s Backyard: Arlo Parks

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Every year, KCRW’s DJs tally up their favorite songs and albums, and music programming director Anne Litt gives a rundown of this year’s picks.

Arlo Parks and Gabriels are behind KCRW’s top songs and albums of 2021

Every year, KCRW’s DJs tally up their favorite songs and albums, and music programming director Anne Litt gives a rundown of this year’s picks.

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