Musical Style Angie is a true performer, she has the ability to adapt and change the sound of her voice to fit most styles of music. Her years of training both as an actress and session singer coupled with pure dedication means her sound goes from being a very cute nasal one to seductive sixties sound that is great to hear on pop songs. The sound that Angie is most known for though is the all powerful dynamite house, soul and gospel diva one which can also translate down to a beautiful refreshing almost childlike airy voice but with a touch of smokiness that works on ballads and jazzier tracks. Career Highlights Every artiste needs a big break and Angie’s came in the early nineties when she was freelancing for an agency in an attempt to become known. Then came Bizarre Inc. who were looking for a big voice to perform their next track following the success of “Playing with knives”. One audition and three months later the “I’m Gonna Get You” was mixed and the pre-sales were 45,000, it went straight into the UK National charts at #17 and finally rested at #2. With the success of this track Angie was able to launch a full time career as a vocalist and now appears sometimes as a featured artiste or more recently on all new projects actually co-writes tracks with the DJ or producer as well as performs them.  Examples of her work in more recent times can be heard on various labels including Hed Kandi, Milk & Sugar and Mark Knight’s Toolroom Records. Best Moments “It is amazing to have the opportunities that keep presenting themselves to me but the best thing about what I do are the laughs that come with it. For example there is the time I had to jump out of a cake and nearly caught my hair on fire, or the time I performed in a boxing ring to about 2000 men and I fell out of the ring after my show trying to get over the ropes, definitely not for short girls.  Some of the funniest moments are those that keep re- occurring like the countless times I have been on stage and held a note that broke the equipment bringing the venue into darkness, or the amount of times I arrive at venues and can’t get up to the stage as its too high.  Sometimes there’s more truth to the saying break a leg than you’d actually think, however I wouldn’t have it any other way”. – Angie Brown
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Musical Style Angie is a true performer, she has the ability to adapt and change the sound of her voice to fit most styles of music. Her years of training both as an actress and session singer coupled with pure dedication means her sound goes from being a very cute nasal one to seductive sixties sound that is great to hear on pop songs. The sound that Angie is most known for though is the all powerful dynamite house, soul and gospel diva one which can also translate down to a beautiful refreshing almost childlike airy voice but with a touch of smokiness that works on ballads and jazzier tracks. Career Highlights Every artiste needs a big break and Angie’s came in the early nineties when she was freelancing for an agency in an attempt to become known. Then came Bizarre Inc. who were looking for a big voice to perform their next track following the success of “Playing with knives”. One audition and three months later the “I’m Gonna Get You” was mixed and the pre-sales were 45,000, it went straight into the UK National charts at #17 and finally rested at #2. With the success of this track Angie was able to launch a full time career as a vocalist and now appears sometimes as a featured artiste or more recently on all new projects actually co-writes tracks with the DJ or producer as well as performs them.  Examples of her work in more recent times can be heard on various labels including Hed Kandi, Milk & Sugar and Mark Knight’s Toolroom Records. Best Moments “It is amazing to have the opportunities that keep presenting themselves to me but the best thing about what I do are the laughs that come with it. For example there is the time I had to jump out of a cake and nearly caught my hair on fire, or the time I performed in a boxing ring to about 2000 men and I fell out of the ring after my show trying to get over the ropes, definitely not for short girls.  Some of the funniest moments are those that keep re- occurring like the countless times I have been on stage and held a note that broke the equipment bringing the venue into darkness, or the amount of times I arrive at venues and can’t get up to the stage as its too high.  Sometimes there’s more truth to the saying break a leg than you’d actually think, however I wouldn’t have it any other way”. – Angie Brown