Rock-n-roll is voyeured soul. It cannot be faked. The sound is forged in pain and catapulted by tragedy. It is polished with unwillingness to travel any other road. That electricity brought four northeast Florida women together as one, creating the band Annie Dukes. Annie Dukes is a female fronted rock ‘n roll band out of Northeast Florida. The band formed after a death that connected each member. Cassidy Lee of Jacksonville, FL made her name playing, writing and touring the east coast leading her to spend time in Nashville. Recently, Lee appeared on The Voice, now playing bass and vocals in Annie Dukes.Emma Moseley of St. Augustine, FL on electric guitar and vocals, fronted Emma Moseley Band for 8 years making multiple tours out west, including stops at SXSW and landing her as direct support to national acts. Mitch Easter recorded and produced the bands sophomore album, 949.Lindsey Michelle from Chapel Hill, NC won a Carolina Music Award for best female R&B artist in 2013. Moving to Jacksonville, FL in 2014, she quickly plugged into the local music scene. Her experience and natural ability to find harmonies pulled the girls individual vocals into one unison voice and is a feature of Annie Dukes. Michelle Spaulding of Jacksonville, FL met the Annie’s at a show early on in their formation. Being a classically trained pianist, who studied under Jennifer Hidalgo and Michelle Huang and the wife of a touring musician, the girls immediately added her organ to the band, forming the original Annie Duke’s sound. Annie Dukes are currently recording their debut album and looking forward to the fall release.