Angela Carole Brown is a Los Angeles-based musician, songwriter, and novelist.
As a musician, Angela has been a veteran of the L.A. music scene for two decades as a vocalist and recording artist. She has recorded voice-overs, movie cues, jingles, and CDs for herself and other artists, including Josh Groban's hit single "You Raise Me Up" on his Closer CD for Warner Bros. Records; and for South Park’s Matt Stone and Trey Parker. She has worked theatre, clubs, concert halls, television, and radio, in the U.S., Europe, and Asia, including the lead in L.A. Music Award’s “2004 Best Rock Opera of the Year” Symphony of the Absurd with Elvis Schoenberg’s Orchestre Surréal at the John Anson Ford Amphitheatre in Los Angeles, and her critically lauded Off-Broadway, one-woman show, The Purple Sleep Café, at Primary Stages' 45th Street Theatre in New York City.
As a songwriter, Angela's music can be heard on the recordings: Resting on the Rock, The Slow Club, Music for the Weeping Woman, Expressionism, and Winter, all on Rue de la Harpe Records.
And as a writer, Angela’s nonfiction has been published online by The National Kidney Foundation. Her poetry has won the Heritage Magazine Award. And she is a published novelist, whose debut novel, TRADING FOURS, has been called "A Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance for musicians." Her second novel, THE ASSASSINATION OF GABRIEL CHAMPION, on Haiku House, has just released. And she is also a memoirist, whose first published effort in this genre is THE KIDNEY JOURNALS: MEMOIRS OF A DESPERATE LIFESAVER. She writes the blogs BINDI GIRL CHRONICLES and THE WITCH OF WILLOWBROOK.