Angie Brown

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Angie Brown
Born 13 June 1963 (1963-06-13) (age 51)
Origin Clapham, London, Great Britain
Genres Dance
Occupations Recording artist
Associated acts Bizarre Inc., Motiv 8

Angie Brown (born 13 June 1963) is a British singer-songwriter from Brixton, South London.[1]

Brown is most well known as the featured vocalist on Bizarre Inc's two hits "I'm Gonna Get You" (1992) and "Took My Love" (1993), and as the featured vocalist on Motiv8's top ten UK track from 1994, "Rockin' for Myself". Before this, she was a member of the group Thrashing Doves (known at that that stage of their career as The Doves), and performed lead vocals on their single "Beaten Up In Love Again".

Brown has also performed backing vocals for Grace Jones, Beverley Knight, Mark Morrison, The Rolling Stones, The Dirty Strangers, Kate Bush, Chaka Khan, Heaven 17, Neneh Cherry, Lisa Stansfield, Mola Mola, The Stereophonics and Fat Boy Slim.

Brown appeared on the ITV programme Club Reps in which she was the star attraction in the resort during that evening.

In 2005, she was a contestant on the BBC TV series Dealing with Dickinson, where she appeared as a member of the public, described as a professional singer from South London. Having passed the audition stage, she became one of six people to be taught about the antiques trade by host David Dickinson. In 2014, she appeared on an episode of the third series of The Voice UK, singing "I'm Gonna Get You", but was not selected by any of the four judges.[2]

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  1. ^ Ruane, Michelle (November 9, 2007). "Gazette Live - News - Local News - All coming up Rose's". Evening Gazette. Retrieved 4 July 2012. 
  2. ^ The Voice UK, BBC One, 22 February 2014.

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