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“Having played 70-odd live shows in a year's time, the Angela Marie Project is already a prolific part of the local scene. Angela's strong voice and songs of life are backed up her band of close friends. Their rather progressive, upbeat blend of rock, folk, soul and other styles make for a sound that is best experienced live and in-person. For the next best thing, you can hear the Angela Marie Project perform several songs live in the 103.1 KCDA Local Lounge this Sunday, plus a couple tracks from their CD "Seriously Lighthearted." ”
“Occasionally performing as a solo act, often performing with her band of collaborators – including a flute-playing bass player and backup vocalist, lead guitarist and drummer – Angela Marie is perfectly at home on her own or leading the way in the group setting. For seemingly months on end the singer-songwriter and guitarist has been playing two to three shows per week. Somehow during that time she managed to record a full-length CD, “Seriously Lighthearted,” which she releases on Tuesday.”
“Angela Marie's smoky vocals lead the group through her original edgy light rock that is energetic and fresh. Playing acoustic guitar as if it were an electric, Angela Marie drives the band. Angela Marie is an animated performer who complements the character of the group. She creates excitement in any venue.”
“Angela Marie is a talented, soulful singer who has a stage presence that is unforgettable. Spokane should feel proud to have a band of this caliber in town!”
“Last weekend I got to work with one of my favorite groups of people again — The Angela Marie Project. I’ve photographed these cats a couple times previously, one of those times being at the Annual Earth Day celebration in Downtown Spokane. They contacted me and arranged for me to shoot the Earth Day gig again. But that’s not all I was offered the amazing opportunity to provide them with a shot for their upcoming album to be released this summer! You’ll have to wait in suspense on the album shots, however, as I won’t be posting them until after the album is released. It was a bloody, good time — literally — their guitarist sliced his finger open on a broken string halfway through the show, toughing it out and playing through the rest of the set without skipping a beat. It’s always a blast to photograph these guys and you just can’t beat shooting outdoors in 70-degree sunshine in April. I want to give a huge thank-you.”
“Finally got to hear the Angela Marie Project live last night! What a fantastic group of people! Angela Marie's energy is amazing! Thanks for rocking the stage today. You helped make the entire festival perfect!!!”