Marty Angelo worked in the entertainment business from 1965 to 1980 as a television producer (Disco Step-by-Step), record promoter, restaurant/nightclub owner and personal manager for rock 'n' roll bands (Raven and Rob Grill and The Grass Roots).
After a drug arrest in 1980 for cocaine possession, Angelo became a Christian prior to serving a six-year federal prison sentence.
Upon his release on parole in 1984 Angelo worked for various Christian ministries such as, Faith Farm of Ft. Lauderdale, Fl, Teen Challenge of Southern California, Chuck Colson's Prison Fellowship and the Palm Beach Drug Abuse Foundation.
Angelo released a book in 2005 entitled, Once Life Matters: A New Beginning. Impact Publishing. ISBN 0-9618954-4-6. The book goes into details of his life in the entainment business during the '60s and '70s leading up to his arrest, prison life and Christian ministry work for over 25 years.
 Background Information, Accomplishments on Authors Den
 Tyler R. Tichelaar interviews Marty Angelo
 "Live to Tell" - Feature - The 700 Club
 Disco Music Website - Disco People Index
Don't Bother Knockin' -- This Town's A Rockin', Buffalo Sounds Press (October 20, 2000), authors Patti Meyer Lee and Gary Lee, (ISBN 097017490X).
- MartyAngelo.com — Official Site