Thanks to her characteristic voice, she has managed to win countless followers throughout Latin America, and her music has also been able to reach the old European continent.
American born and with Mexican roots, thanks to her parents who formed a mariachi along with her 11 brothers and sisters, when she was still a little girl, Annette has in her a perfect blend of style, between Latin and Anglo.
With her album "Un Angel Llora" released in 2001, she took her to the Latin Grammy nomination, from whose album great hits such as "Bajate de la canoa", "Complicado", "Un Angel Llora","Guardian De Mi Corazon."
In 2004 she was invited to be part of the soundtrack of the controversial film "Un Dia Sin Mexicanos" (A Day Without A Mexican) where she was able to show more of her Anglo-Saxon roots, interpreting the theme "California Dreaming". A year later she was invited by the Mexican director Paco del Toro to be part of the soundtrack of the successful Mexican film "Cicatrices" awarded with a "Diosa de Plata."
Annette has also won other awards and nominations such as Arpa Awards, Life Awards, La Conquista Awards, People's Prize, Musical Link Awards, Among Others.
Her successful albums prompted tours in several countries such as Mexico, Peru, Bolivia and the United States.