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Biography (50 words)

Angie Nussey is an award-winning Canadian recording artist. Since 1999, she has released six, full-length albums and won over 15 industry awards for songwriting, vocals, and performance. Her most recent album “Still Hope” delivers the warm, yet powerful sides of this compassionate songwriter.

Biography (250 words)

Angie Nussey grew up in the small town of Lively, Ontario where she learned to play piano at the age of 6. Soon after she was writing and recording her own songs.

She released her first demo CD in 1999 and by 2007, had released 3 new albums, "Paint and Turpentine", "Silly Songs" and "Little Tragedies" to widespread acclaim. From movie placements, to radio support, to Ontario Female Artist of the Year Awards, Angie Nussey became a household name and must-see performance along the Canadian Folk circuit.

“Still Hope” was released in 2011 and reflected a time that was brimming with optimism and global change. The world was waking up and Angie captured that musically in her most complex album to date. It was this album that introduced a new and wider audience to her expanding talent and growing catalogue through licensing arrangements in South Africa, Eastern Europe and Canada. Airplay in Canada and the U.S. lead to Angie winning the Best Country Song in the Great American Song Contest (2012) for “Warm Hands.” The album marked a new direction for Angie, an evolution that confirmed she was becoming a Canadian songwriting legend.

With new fans emerging from her TEDx talk in 2014 and her loyal supporters clamoring for recorded versions of the new songs she performs live in concert, Angie is ready to share her most heartfelt, insightful and inspiring collection to date.

The metronome clicks again in 2017 with her new album set for release in the fall.

Biography (351 words)

Like a metronome pacing it's desired rhythm, Angie's musical journey reflects a synergy of courageous growth and achievement.

Born in Northern Ontario, Angie embraced the spirit of commitment inherent in her community, playing piano and writing and recording her own songs while still in elementary school.    Her passion to create, share and learn still serve as the common heartbeat woven throughout each of her albums today.

Her 1999 debut album, "Here's My Demo,” forecasted a storm to come, as her raw storytelling and majestic vocals forced a reckoning of which path to follow.

With a Bio-Medical Degree in hand from Laurentian University, Angie released her first studio album, "Circumstantial Overload" and wrestled with the conflicting ideals of perceived job security, versus the passionate audience reacation and awards that illustrated such dedicated support for this burgeoning Canadian talent.

Then the metronome clicked.

By 2007, Angie had released 3 new albums, "Paint and Turpentine", "Silly Songs" and "Little Tragedies" to widespread acclaim. From movie placements, to radio support, to Ontario Female Artist of the Year Awards, Angie Nussey became a household name and must-see performance along the Canadian Folk circuit.

“Still Hope” was released in 2011 and reflected a time that was brimming with optimism and global change. The world was waking up and Angie captured that musically in her most complex album to date. It was this album that introduced a new and wider audience to her expanding talent and growing catalogue through licensing arrangements in South Africa, Eastern Europe and Canada. Airplay in Canada and the U.S. lead to Angie winning the Best Country Song in the Great American Song Contest (2012) for “Warm Hands.” The album marked a new direction for Angie, an evolution that confirmed she was becoming a Canadian songwriting legend.

With new fans emerging from her TEDx talk in 2014 and her loyal supporters clamoring for recorded versions of the new songs she performs live in concert, Angie is ready to share her most heartfelt, insightful and inspiring collection to date.

The metronome clicks again in 2017 with her new album set for release in the fall.