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Angel Rose, singer

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Primary Instrument: Vocalist

“Re: Writeup on George Gee's Swing Band: “... a singer named ANGEL ROSE who does ballads with a silken voice and swings the blues.”” L. Fobins - Issuu Jazz Culture Newsletter

http://www.couturefashionweek.com/performers.htm#igor Angel Rose was honored to be the featured vocalist for Stevie Wonder and Dizzy Gillespie's collaboration, the Grammy nominated recording, Closer to the Source. Quincy Jones, George Duke, and Glenn Ballard are among the notable producers who have selected her to record with a diverse roster of artists, truly the elite of the industry, including Michael Jackson, Herbie Hancock, Chaka Kahn, Vanessa Williams, and Celine Dion.

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Twice Grammy Nominated
“Re: Writeup on George Gee's Swing Band: “... a singer named ANGEL ROSE who does ballads with a silken voice and swings the blues.”” L. Fobins - Issuu Jazz Culture Newsletter

http://www.couturefashionweek.com/performers.htm#igor Angel Rose was honored to be the featured vocalist for Stevie Wonder and Dizzy Gillespie's collaboration, the Grammy nominated recording, Closer to the Source. Quincy Jones, George Duke, and Glenn Ballard are among the notable producers who have selected her to record with a diverse roster of artists, truly the elite of the industry, including Michael Jackson, Herbie Hancock, Chaka Kahn, Vanessa Williams, and Celine Dion.

Backing Michael Powers on vocals is the sweet, melodic Angel Rose. The gifted 2x Grammy nominee Angel Rose is featured as lead vocalist on It’s About That Time, to which she also contributed lyrics. Rose, also a Jazz and Opera singer, proves up to the task, with all of her octaves a perfect match for Michael’s outrageous guitar and Neil Burton’s dynamic drums rollin’ & a’tumblin’. Rose has worked with Quincy Jones, Dizzy Gillespie, Michael Jackson, Chaka Khan & Bruce Springsteen. She is also Michael's vocal coach on this CD. Michael sings Lookin’ for the Truth, a rock-folk song about youth, with Angel Rose in vocal unison, a technique inspired by the Rolling Stones’ anthemic “Gimmie Shelter”. Got’s to Go (Rose’ lyrics) recants the irony of being in love as a traveling performer.

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