Every once in a while a truly great recording artist comes along. When this happens we are reminded of the joy and inspiration that music can bring into our lives.
These artists resonate with us and inspire us to see our lives as the rich tapestries of experience that they are.
Angel Short is such an artist.
Her warm, liquid voice delicately weaves tales from all walks of life, daring to unveil weakness and uncertainty, as well as love and hope.
A native Californian who studied abroad, Angel first started singing at the age of 4, and started playing guitar in Germany at the age of 19.
Shortly after, her songwriting began.
An accomplished musician and writer on guitar, Angel's unique and luminous talent has brought rave reviews- from her days singing in the church choir, to playing music festivals across the country with her band for 3 years.
A chilling performer who shares the gift of insight into ourselves, Angel's original music exposes emotions and truths from her darkest to brightest moments.
Refuse Me is an eclectic debut filled with mystery, texture, and conviction, whose height of irony may be in the title itself: one listen and we cannot refuse Angel.
Written by Producer, Chris Julian, at The Treefort, Topanga, CA. www.chrisjulianproductions.com
Angel Short's Adult Alternative/AAA sound is about as beautiful and passionate as music can get. This gifted singer/songwriter presents a lyrical purity and soul that is both eclectic and oh so real. Just about anyone can truly relate to the feelings and emotions that Angel so eloquently and seemingly effortlessly transpires. Each song is a creation of remarkable beauty. Angel's vocal style could easily cross over into the country genre. There is a diversity in her tone and feeling that gives pop artists and country artists alike, a run for their money. I truly believe that Angel Short is one artist to keep an eye on in the near future. There are a lot of female artists who have the same qualities that Angel has, but most are missing the soulful and inspirational appeal that she does. This is one pop album that I can see myself recommending often.
- Michael Allison - THEGLOBALMUSE.COM