ANGIE WHITNEY- AN INSPIRING STORY:
Let’s take a trip back to the future and twist and shout into the 60’s and catapult ourselves into the early 70’s when Motown was king and girl groups like Diana Ross and The Supremes and The Ronettes ruled the charts.
Angie Whitney was an aspiring singer living in Los Angeles with her twin sister, Rachel and her cousin, Yvonne. The twins had been singing together since they were 4 years old. Angie was shy but loved to get up and sing in front of people.
Angie, her twin sister and her cousin started singing back-up for The Spinners who charted 5- Top 100 singles and 2- Top 10 hits. They were one of the biggest Soul groups of the 1970’s. The Spinners classic songs such as: “Could It Be I’m Falling In Love”, “Ghetto Child”, “Working My Way Back To You”, “The Rubberband Man” and more are considered Pop classics.
THAT'S WHAT LOVE IS ALL ABOUT is Angie's solo debut release and it's loaded with sophisticated, captivating tunes that will appeal to fans of Smooth Jazz who also enjoy the subtlety of Sade, the energy of Chaka Kahn and the sensuality of Tina Turner. Produced by contemporary urban/pop artist, Michael B. Sutton whom you may remember from his 2004 release HOPELESS ROMANTIC. Michael has a knack for Smooth and together he and Angie musically define `what love is all about.'( Sandy Shore Smooth Jazz.com)
Often, adult contemporary feels more like adult ancient, but there's no tired beatmaking or saccharine production in Whitney's debut disc