For singer-songwriter Anne Lalley, making things beautiful is as natural as breathing. Whether it is the soulful rock-path flower garden behind her Asheville, North Carolina home or the flowing songs she spins from the threads of her experiences, Anne Lalley does life from the heart. And then there's 'The Voice'. Accomplished to the point of being able to perform anything from classical to Broadway, jazz to contemporary folk, Lalley's 'spine tingling' vocal style for her original songs ranges from naked tenderness to sultry pop. Lalley's current release, 'Jungle Heart,' produced by the award winning singer-songwriter, Chris Rosser, serves up a diverse mix of stunning vocals and arrangements with folk, pop and world influences. The track 'Here In This Place' even features a Tibetan chant by Lalley's friend, Lama Bhagkang Tulku Rinpoche. U.S. Fingerstyle Champion and Windham Hill artist, Bill Mize is a frequent side-man and performed on 'Jungle Heart' along with bassists Elliot Wadopian (Paul Winter Consort) and Michael Manring (Windham Hill), and Joe Ebel on violin and guitar.