"Needless to say, I love music - every kind of music, as long as it is good. But I love making it even more. When he was 'urging' me to practice the piano, my dad used to ask, 'Do you want to be a producer, or just consumer of music?' That question didn't have much impact on me when I was six years old, but now as I participate in the creative process, I can't imagine having missed out on it. It is literally like God is pouring life into me and its release comes through songwriting."
Angie's eclectic style flows from her early exposure to everything from the smooth jazz of Sade to the intellectual musings of Sarah McLachlan and Sting to the indigenous vibes of the thirty countries where she has spent time.
Her unpretentious lyrics are a display of personal life experiences, spiritual discovery, and at times, offer unedited glimpses into her soul.
"I don't have a long history in music yet, but I hope one day that my pursuit of excellence in the creative process will result in longevity. I want to write and perform songs of depth...timeless music that offers entertainment, and even nourishment to the mind, soul, and spirit. I have so much to learn, but I am beginning to see that there is an audience out there who appreciates my music where it is right now, and anticipates along with me the places it has yet to go."
Those who have already discovered her music eagerly await the journey.