Why Hire Angie?
“Every festival I perform at I look for someone I don’t know about who knocks it out of the park. That someone at Live From the Rock was Angie Nussey. First it was her wonderful vocals that caught my attention and drew me to her concert and then when I really listened, I discovered an innovative, courageous performer who knows all too well when we speak of the truth in our own lives, it will resonate with our audience. Her command of the stage and her rapport with her audience was nothing short of masterful. Nussey’s songs are both powerful and entertaining and I for one would go to a festival just to see her.”
~Heather Bishop, CM, OM, LLD(Hon)
Angie had taken some time away from the music business from 2012 – 2015, but recommitted in 2016 and has been building momentum ever since. She is preparing to release her 7th album in the spring of 2018.
With a 15 year history of incredible performances both on stage and in-studio Angie brings a wealth of experience to the stage. Working with and sharing stages with artists such as Jose Feliciano, Michael Burgess, Shannon Butcher, Ben Sures, and Anne Lindsay and bands such as The Barenaked Ladies, The Creaking Tree String Quartet, Mr. Something Something and many others. She often performs as a solo act (playing keyboard, guitar, and looping pedal) but when budget allows, she has an incredible backing band of established musicians. Here is a list of a few of the venue’s Angie has performed over the years.
Shelter Valley Folk Festival
Ottawa Folk Festival
Festival of Friends
Northern Lights Festival (4 times)
Toronto Folk Festival
Junction Street Festival
Hugh’s Room (Toronto, ON)(4 times)
Rickk’s Room (Montreal, QE)(6 times)
Auer House (Toronto, ON)
Ginny and Patty’s (Innisfil, ON) (3 times)
Cafe in the Woods (Little Current)(4 times)
Few Acres Farm Concerts (Russel, ON)
Inspiration Cafe (Sudbury, ON)
Winner: “Best Country Song” (Warm Hands) – Great American Song Contest (2012)
Nominated: “Best Adult Contemporary Song (Still Hope) (2012)
Nominated: SOCAN songwriter of the year (Still Hope) Northern Ontario Music and Film Awards.
Winner: “Best Folk Act,” Toronto Independent Music Awards (2008)
Winner: “Best Song” (Unwritten Pages) and “Best Vocals ona recording” (Don’t Give Up) at the Northern Ontario Music and Film Awards (2007)
Winner: “Best Song” (The Gynecologist Song) OCFF Songs from the Heart” contest (Humour)(2007)
Nominated:“Best Acoustic Act” and “Best Song” (Change)-Toronto Independent Music Awards (2007)Nominated:“Best Female Performer” at the Ontario Independent Music Awards(2007)
Winner: “Female Performer of the Year”, Toronto Independent Music Awards(2006)