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My debut album is out and it's garnering amazing reviews!! Recorded in New York City with exceptional musicians I am so grateful for the support and upward momentum !

"The Night We Couldn't Say Good Night" has received critical acclaim across the globe and has been featured on radio stations in Canada, the US, South America, Europe and Asia, including CBC Radio and Jazz FM (Canada), Fine Music 102.5 (Australia), New Jazz Radioh GmbH (Germany), Jazzmania (Mexico), Radio ARA (Luxembourg), One World Music Radio (UK) and WBGO (USA). The album charted on the Earshot charts in Canada and the Jazzweek charts in the United States.

Download a copy of the album on iTunes, CDBaby or Amazon OR if you live in Vancouver, BC you can find it at Neptoon Records (3561 Main Street), Zulu Records (1972 West 4th Avenue) or send me a note.


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Artist Biography

Angela Verbrugge is a jazz vocalist who "possesses a winsome, brightly burnished, pliable voice, ample emotional intelligence, considerable songwriting skills, and conspicuously good taste" (JazzTimes). "Her voice is both innocent and sulty and has playfulness that takes audiences on a journey," writes Neon Jazz. CBC Saturday Night Jazz played Angela's debut release shortly after it debuted at Number 1 for Jazz on iTunes Canada, and Laila Biali described: "There's so much joy in her delivery. You can just hear the smile in her voice." She was one of the youngest graduates in the history of top-rated Canadian performing arts college, George Brown School of Performing Arts (Toronto), after a youth spent studying piano and active on the arts scene of her birth city of Kingston, Ontario. She relocated to Vancouver in 1997. After having three kids and three close brushes with death, she followed her passion to vocal jazz, releasing her debut record in 2019 with piano trio backing from three veterans of the NYC Jazz scene: Ray Gallon (Lionel Hampton, Joe Williams, Chaka Khan), Cameron Brown (former Jazz Messenger) and Anthony Pinciotti (Stacey Kent, Dr Lonnie Smith). Award-winning vocal jazz history author, Wall Street Journal writer describes it as having a, "top-drawer arranging crew and cast of expert musicians", noting that " with a vocal sound that's full of depth and nuance - welcoming the light but without denying the existence of the darkness".