The Official Website for novelist, memoirist, singer/songwriter, and visual artist, Angela Carole Brown. A place to hear music, read works, and much more

 

 


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  JINGLES  .  VOICE-OVERS  .  SOUNDTRACKS

  • Lead singer, closing credit theme, HBO Pictures, Red Sun Rising, Dir. Francis Megahy

  • Lead singer, closing credit theme, independent film, Chop Suey, Dir. Bruce Webber

  • Lead singer, closing credit theme, independent film, Hell Hunters, Dir. Ernst R. Von Theumer

  • Featured singer & composer, documentary film, The Goddess Project, Dir's. Holli Rae & Sara Landas

  • Featured singer, Spanish-language series Velvet  ((several episodes)

  • Featured singer & composer, Daytime Emmy-winning series Venice  (several episodes)

  • Development demo singer for Matt Stone and Trey Parker's The Book of Mormon - The Musical

  • Featured singer, independent documentary, Running with Arnold, Dir. Dan Cox

  • Multiple voices, animated short film, Son of the Stars

  • Independent film, Lonely Street, Dir. Peter Ettinger (with Jay Mohr, Robert Patrick, and Joe Montegna)
    (produced by Danny Seraphine)

  • Independent film, Funny Money, Dir. Leslie Grief  (with Chevy Chase and Armand Assante)

  • Featured singer, independent film, Strange Fruit, Dir. Kyle Schnitckner

  • "Running of the Squirrels,” EDS Systems
    (Super Bowl Commercial - National)

  • Fox TV November Sweeps 2009, "What's Adam West Watching?" Spot

  • Fox TV May Sweeps 2010, "What's Florence Henderson Watching?" Spot

  • Character voice, Japanese Anime Video Game, No Escape

  • “Oohhh, Barracuda!” Nash Bridges, CBS

  • “Sum-sum-summertime, CBS summertime,” CBS

  • “She Works Hard For Her Hubby,” Work With Me, CBS

  • “Must See TV,” several NBC Station ID's

  • “Dubba-dubba-WB,” Warner Brothers Television Station ID

  • “Local Promotion,” CBS Affiliates Industrial

  • Commercial for the “Friends In Las Vegas” episode of Friends, NBC

  • "Opposites Attract," commercial for Hope & Gloria, NBC

  • Commercial for John & Leeza, CBS

  • Television movie, Jury Of One, CBS

  • Television movie, Annie, Columbia Tristar

  • Mad-TV, Comedy Central (mock café-au-lait coffee commercial)

  • "You Attitude," Hamer Toyota

  • Fresh Step Cat Litter

  • Desert Inn Hotels

  • Disney World

  • Merck Pharmaceuticals

  • American Ad Company

  • PianoDisks

  • "The Natural Choice" Coffee Beverage, Ajinomoto Corporation
    (Japanese Commercial - National)

 

 

   DISCOGRAPHY


FEATURE recordings:
  • Angela Carole Brown's Winter (Rue de la Harpe Records), lead vocalist, contributing composer, 2012

  • The Slow Club Quartet's Expressionism (Rue de la Harpe Records), lead vocalist, contributing composer, 2009

  • Angela Carole Brown and Ken Rosser's Music for the Weeping Woman (Rue de la Harpe Records), lead vocalist, sole composer, and producer, 2009

  • Angela Carole Brown and The Global Folk's Global Yoga (Rue de la Harpe Records), lead vocal narrative, writer, and producer, 2007

  • Threshold's Sum Blues, lead vocalist, 2006

  • Angela Carole Brown & Sam Sorensen's The Rainy Day Sessions, lead vocalist, 2006

  • Angela Carole Brown's The Slow Club (Rue de la Harpe Records), lead vocalist, sole composer, and producer, 2005

  • Angela Carole Brown's Resting On The Rock (Rue de la Harpe Records), lead vocalist, sole composer, and producer, 2004

  • Angela Carole Brown, Dana Bronson, & Jim DeJulio's Standard Procedure (Sand Canyon Records), lead vocalist, 1996

  • Angela Carole Brown's Angela (Teichiku Records, Japan), lead vocalist, 1989
    (including her 1989 hit single The Natural Choice, which reached #2 on Japan's Billboard charts)

And GUEST APPEARANCES on jazz, r&b, rock, pop, political satire, orchestral, sacred, educational, compilational, and singer/songwriter projects, including:

  • Peter Jöback, Behind the Mask, back-up vocalist, 2018

  • JC Spires' Farewell To A Rose, back-up vocalist 2017

  • Roslyn Barak, My Spirit Sings, guest vocalist, 2017

  • Hans San Juan, In This Silence, guest vocalist, 2016

  • Jazzedelics, (self-titled), back-up & featured vocalist, 2014

  • Jimmie Lykes, With and Without Her - The Prose and Cons of Love, back-up vocalist, 2013

  • The Billionaires, Let's Get A CEO to Run The Show, featured vocalist, 2012

  • Craig Pilo, Unsupervised, back-up vocalist, 2011

  • Elvis Schoenberg’s Orchestre Surréal, Manic Voodoo Lady, featured vocalist, 2009

  • Marty Jabara, The Source, guest vocalist, 2009

  • L.A. Underscore, Escape from Omaha, back-up vocalist, 2008 (as well as an appearance in their music video "Fallen Angel" )

  • The Billionaires, Stay the Course, featured vocalist, 2008

  • SolidTube, The Running Time, back-up vocalist, 2008

  • The Rachel Sierra Project, Held Under the Knife, back-up vocalist, 2007

  • Artist Compilation, Free Lap Dances Volume 3: Hot Tails In The City, featured vocalist, 2007

  • Jimmie Lykes, Jimmie Does What Jimmie Lykes!, back-up vocalist, 2007

  • Maurice Gainen, Jazz Flute Jams, back-up vocalist, 2006

  • Stevo Theard, Stone Cold Player, guest vocalist, 2006

  • Artist Compilation, Summer Solstice, featured vocalist, and contributing composer, 2005

  • Josh Groban's hit single You Raise Me Up (Closer, Warner Bros.) choir member, 2004
    (produced by David Foster)    

  • Elvis Schoenberg’s Orchestre Surréal, It's Alive!, lead vocalist, 2003

  • Mitchell Howard, Someday, back-up vocalist, 2002

  • Mel Elias, Run Away, guest vocalist, 2002  

  • Lancer Jazz Choir, Monte Carlo, choir member, 2002   

  • The Billionaires, The Billionaires are in the House, featured vocalist, 2002

  • The Billionaires, Never Mind the Rabble, featured vocalist, 2001

  • Lancer Jazz Choir, Two Bops & a Blues, featured vocalist and choir member, 2001

  • Blaine John Chaney, Windows, back-up vocalist, 2001

  • Linda Taylor, Pulse, guest vocalist, 2001

  • Artist Compilation, Singlish: The Heritage Collection, featured vocalist, 2001  

  • Lauren Adams, Thirsty, back-up vocalist, 2001

  • Mitchell Howard, Everybody Has A Dream, back-up vocalist, 2000

  • Jack Bielan & Friends, From the Heart of a Jewish Soul, choir member, 2000

  • Ellen Smith, Only Autumn Sees, back-up vocalist, 1999

  • Elvis Schoenberg’s Orchestre Surréal, Air Surreal, featured vocalist and contributing composer, 1998

  • Ring of Fire, Rough Jewels, back-up vocalist, 1998

  • Bill Cantos, Who are You? choir member, 1997

  • Kris Berry, More as Before, guest vocalist, 1997

  • Steve Bach, Now & Then, back-up vocalist, 1997

  • Soul Bossa Trio, In Native, featured vocalist, 1996

  • Misha Segal, Connected To The Unexpected, guest vocalist and contributing lyricist, 1996

  • Clay Jenkins, Give And Gather, guest vocalist, 1995  (produced by Kazu Matsui)

  • Steve Bach, City Magic, back-up vocalist, 1992

  • Steve Bach, Zero Gravity, back-up vocalist, 1985

  • J.P. Nightingale, Wonder of the Written Word, featured vocalist, 1983

 

 

   RADIO

   On-Air Interviews

  • The Orchestre Surreal Radio Soup, with Ross Wright, starworldwidenetworks.com (co-host)

  • On Time with Clayton Riley, WLIB-NY (1/2-hour interview)

  • BlackListed with T.R. Black, KUCI 88.9FM (1-hour interview)

  • American Vernacular with Sandra Booker, BlogTalkRadio (45-minute interview)

  • The Wonderful World of Jazz with James Janisse, KLAS-FM (1-hour interview)

  • Arts in Review with Julio Martinez, KPFK 90.7FM (1/2-hour interview)

  • Moonglow Radio with Barry Gaston, KMUW 89.1 FM Wichita (1-hour interview)

  • Offbeat LA with Chuck Erickson, KCAL-FM (1/2-hour interview)

  • Nightcalls, The Playboy Channel (1/2-hour interview)

  • Radio Taipei (1/2-hour interview)

  • Luxuria Music with Ron Sures, luxuriamusic.com (guest co-host)

  • Friday Matinee with T Katz and George Cummings, Radio KHTS

  • Santa Clarita Valley Signal ON-AIR interview with Ryan Fonseca

    Recordings Heard On

  • KCRW LA

  • KPFK LA

  • KXLU LA

  • KUCI LA

  • KMUW Wichita

  • Japan Radio

  • Paris Live Radio   

  • Golden Flash Radio, Belgium

  • Radio Haven, United Kingdom

  • XEB-AM, Mexico City

  • Cybro Radio

  • Lagniappe Jazz

  • WVOF, Connecticut

  • 90.9 WDCB, Chicago

  • Blossom's Vocal Jazz, Live 365 Germany

  • Attention Span Radio

  • Beauty Radio, Tampa

  • Luxuria Music Radio

  • Sky Jazz Radio

  • Swiss Groove

  • Wildman Steve Radio

  • KLAS-FM with James Janisse

  • KCLA-FM with Chuck Erickson

  • Rhythm & Jazz Radio, San Antonio

  • Honey Creek Radio

  • Krush Radio, London 

  • Women's Radio Independent Channel

     

   THEATRE  .  TELEVISION  .  FILM

  • The Goddess Project, feature documentary, Dir. Holli Rae & Sara Landas, 2016 (interviewee/subject)

  • Miracle Mondays with Marianne Williamson, member of the Miracle Ensemble Choir, Saban Theatre, Los Angeles

  • Writer and star of the Off-Broadway one-woman show, The Purple Sleep Café, 45th Street Theatre, New York

  • Leading role in the L.A. Music Award winning Elvis Schoenberg’s Orchestre Surréal, an avant-garde orchestral theatre piece, as “The Fabulous Miss Thing”, John Anson Ford Amphitheatre, The El Portal Theater, (among others), as well as concert venues, Los Angeles, 1996-present.

  • Live from Studio City Sound, live streaming YouTube performance of The Outcats Spoken Word Chamber Ensemble

  • Classic Arts Showcase, L.A. City View Television, performance of Angela's piece Wild Orchids by the Hollywood Master Chorale, 2007.

  • The Dr. Susan Block Show, Adelphia cable television, Los Angeles, 2003 (interviewed as The Fabulous Miss Thing)

  • The one-woman show, Josephine!, a music hall recreation of the legendary Parisian Dance Hall star Josephine Baker, The Sporting Club, Monte Carlo & The Regent Grand Formosa, Taipei City, as well as other venues, 1990-2000

  • Strangers Online, independent film, Dir. John Huckert, 2010 (actor)

  • Only In L.A., independent film, Dir. Nur Nur Cummings, 1997 (actor)

  • The Tonight Show, NBC television, Los Angeles, 1990 (back-up singer for Freda Payne)

  • Children's Miracle Network, television special, Las Vegas, 1990 (back-up singer for Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis Jr.)

  • Music Dream Collection, television variety show, NHK-TV, Tokyo, 1989 (featured singer)

  • In The Center Ring, KCOP television, Los Angeles, 1985 (ensemble actor)

  • Fridays, ABC television, Los Angeles, 1981-1982 (ensemble)

  • Not Necessarily the News, ABC television, Los Angeles, 1983 (ensemble)

  • La Bohème, The Los Angeles Opera Company, the Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, 1980  (chorus)

  • Company resident with the Synthaxis Theatre Company, Los Angeles

  • (Lots of regional theatre throughout Los Angeles. Examples include: Hamlet (Drama-Logue Award Winner); The Tempest; To Kill a Mockingbird; Hair; One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest; Aristophanes' Plutus; etc.)

     

   LIVE SINGING VENUES

    20 years at the Four Seasons Beverly Hills, as house vocalist.

    Other extended house gigs have included:

  • The Beverly Wilshire Hotel, Beverly Hills, California

  • The Balboa Bay Club, Newport Beach, California

  • The Resort at Pelican Hill, Newport Coast, California

  • The Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Laguna Niguel, California

  • The Four Seasons Westlake, Westlake Village, California

  • The Smokehouse, Burbank, California

  • Stringfellow's Supper Club, Beverly Hills, California

  • Ron's in Laguna, Laguna Beach, California

  • Ripples, Long Beach, California

  • Club Largo, Los Angeles, California

  • The Gig, Hollywood, California

  • Rudolfo's, Los Angeles, California

    Showcase Rooms and Festivals include:

  • The Playboy Jazz Festival (Los Angeles)

  • Le Bilboquet (Paris)

  • The Regent Grand Formosa (Taipei City)

  • The Sporting Club (Monte Carlo)

  • The Blue Note (Tokyo)

  • The Prime (Tokyo)

  • Pure (Las Vegas)

  • The House Of Blues (Los Angeles)

  • The Wiltern Theatre (Los Angeles)

  • The Wadsworth Theatre (Los Angeles)

  • The John Anson Ford Theatre (Los Angeles)

  • The Saban Theatre (Los Angeles)

  • The famed Whiskey A Go-Go (Los Angeles)

  •  Perrino's (Los Angeles)

  • The legendary "Apollo Theatre of the West Coast" Maverick's Flat (Los Angeles)

  • The Brand Library of Arts and Letters (Los Angeles)

  • The OC Pavilion (Los Angeles)

  • The Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts (Los Angeles)

  • The Shrine Auditorium (Los Angeles)

  • The El Portal Theatre (North Hollywood)

  • The East West Players (Los Angeles)

  • The Jazz Bakery (Los Angeles)

  • Alva's Showroom (San Pedro)

  • Luna Park (Los Angeles)

  • Catalina Bar & Grill (Los Angeles)

  • The Cinegrill (Los Angeles)

  • The Knitting Factory (Los Angeles)

  • The Rose Tattoo (West Hollywood)

  • Studio One: Backlot (West Hollywood)

  • Carlos 'n Charlie's (Los Angeles)

  • The Temple Bar (Los Angeles)

  • The legendary Coconut Grove (Los Angeles)

  • Marla's Memory Lane (Los Angeles)

  • The Indian Wells Classic Jazz Festival (Palm Springs)

  • "Jazz Under the Stars" Summer Festival, 2003 & 2005  (Catalina Island)

  • Santa Monica Book & Music Festival

  • The Strawberry Festival

  • The Marina Del Rey Music Festival

  • The UCLA Music Festival

  • Pasadena's famed Doodah Parade

  • The Edge Between Universes Eco-Artist Cooperative Festival

  • The West Hollywood Book & Music Festival

  • The Beverly Hills Art Faire

  • Temecula International Film & Music Festival

  • The American Cancer Society's Relay for Life Festival

  • The Burning Man Decompression Festival



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   HAS PERFORMED WITH:

  • Keith Emerson (of Emerson, Lake & Palmer) (w/ The Orchestre Surreal, Los Angeles, 2009-2013)

  • Player (Private event, 2014)

  • Heatwave (Art Laboe's Pacific Concert Group Classic Oldies Jam, California, 2005)

  • Al Wilson (Art Laboe's Pacific Concert Group Classic Oldies Jam, California, 2005)

  • Aalon (Art Laboe's Pacific Concert Group Classic Oldies Jam, California, 2005)

  • Frankie Ervin (Art Laboe's Pacific Concert Group Classic Oldies Jam, California, 2005)

  • Barbara Lewis (Art Laboe's Pacific Concert Group Classic Oldies Jam, California, 2005)

  • Rita Coolidge (Olivia Cruise Lines, Alaska, 1995)

  • Ricky Martin (Boyle Heights Latin Pride Festival and KLOV-FM, 1994)

  • Barry Williams (Boca Raton Pro-Celebrity Classic, Florida, 1993) as keyboard player

  • Linda Hopkins ("An Evening with Linda Hopkins & Angela Carole Brown", Catalina Bar & Grill, 1992)

  • Roy Clark (Phillips Pro-Celebrity Classic, Arkansas, 1990) as keyboard player

  • Freda Payne (Summer Tour, including Las Vegas, Atlantic City, The Tonight Show, 1990)

  • Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis Jr. (Children's Miracle Network, Las Vegas, 1990)

  • Peter Yarrow (Wiltern Theatre, Los Angeles, 1990) duet

  • Trini Lopez (Phillips Pro-Celebrity Classic, Arkansas, 1989) as keyboard player

     

   HAS PERFORMED FOR:

  • USC Democratic Rally ft. President Barack Obama

  • Prince Rainier of Monaco, at The Sporting Club, Monte Carlo

  • The Hollywood Foreign Press, Los Angeles

  • The NAACP Tribute to Hank Aaron, Los Angeles

  • The American Jewish Committee Tribute to George Lucas, Los Angeles

  • The Los Angeles Music Center

  • The Pasadena POPS Orchestra

  • Extraordinary Measures Movie Premiere After-party, Los Angeles

  • The Score Movie Premiere After-party, Los Angeles

  • The Prince of Tides Movie Premiere After-party, Los Angeles

  • Tri-star Studios Wrap Party, Los Angeles

  • Warner Bros. Television Programming Wrap Party, Los Angeles

  • The Kistler Vineyards, Napa Valley

  • The Annual Beaujolais Nouveau Release, San Luis Obispo

  • The American Cancer Society, Los Angeles

  • The Ace Cable Television Awards, Los Angeles

  • The ARPA International Film Awards, Los Angeles

  • Paris' Georg Cinque Hotel

  • Theodore Bikel 80th Birthday Extravaganza at The Wadsworth Theatre, Los Angeles

  • The Ennis Cosby Foundation Fundraiser, Los Angeles

  • Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation Tour After-party, Los Angeles

  • Sylvester Stallone Birthday Parties, Los Angeles

  • Richard Chamberlain Birthday Party, Los Angeles

  • Whoopi Goldberg Engagement Party, Los Angeles

  • Richie Sambora Party, Los Angeles

  • Paul Stanley Wedding, Los Angeles

  • Alan Thicke Wedding, Los Angeles

  • The Young President's Association, Monaco

  • Guess Jeans Fashion Show at The Wilshire Ebell, Los Angeles

  • Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Kandinsky Exhibit Opening

  • Huntington Gardens and Museum

  • As well as many other private events of both corporate and domestic natures

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Angela Carole Brown : PRESSKIT RESUME : writer/vocalist/artist