Anne Crummer MNZM (born 1966) is a New Zealand pop singer and songwriter who has seen success in both a solo career and as part of various musical groups.
Crummer grew up in West Auckland. Her father, Will Crummer, a Cook Islander, was one of her strongest musical influences. She did one semester of Cook Islands Māori language (te reo) at the University of Auckland in 2000.
She has worked with New Zealand bands Netherworld Dancing Toys, When The Cat's Away and Herbs. She recorded "I Hope I Never" as part of the ENZSO project in 1996. She has sung with Australian singers John Farnham and Jimmy Barnes.
On stage, she was a soloist in the musical Rent in Australia and, in 2010, in New Zealand, and played Killer Queen in We Will Rock You (WWRY) in Melbourne. The Australian production of WWRY toured throughout Australia and in Japan. Annie joined the South African production of WWRY touring New Zealand and throughout Asia. She is currently working on her third CD, 'project annie.c.'
In 2011, she was awarded Senior Pacific Artist Award at the Creative New Zealand Arts Pasifika Awards.
In the 2017 Queen's Birthday Honours, Crummer was appointed a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit for services to music.