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Angela Stewart for Ash Wednesday To Remember

Published:Sunday | March 6, 2011 | 12:00 AM

Sensational songbird Angela Stewart will be making a cameo appearance on the Ash Wednesday to Remember show, slated to unfold on March 9, inside Tony's Bar and Grill, Chelsea Hotel, 5 Chelsea Avenue, in St Andrew.

Angela Stewart, no stranger to show bliss, with over 25 years in the business, will be unveiling some of her new and old groovy tunes.

She will be sharing the stage with other veterans like the legendary Heptones, Prince Jazzbo along with soul singer, Heather 'Brown Sugar' Grant and the Kategory 5 Band from Ocho Rios.

Angela Stewart, who is from a musical family, has been thrilling fans all over the globe, and has opened for reggae greats like Shabba Ranks and Steel Pulse, among others.

She has done recording for various record producers and has three albums and numerous singles.

With support from brothers, Tinga and Roman Stewart, along with musicologist Owen 'Fox' Stewart, she has blossomed into a stable songwriter, singer and music teacher.

She received the El Suzie Award for most promising female vocalist in 1982, and found popularity in Florida with her 1984 hit, Moon Light Lover.

She has accomplished several other accolades, which she will be sharing with her fans on Ash Wednesday night inside the Chelsea Hotel. Because of her absence from the local stage over the years, she promises an exciting performance saying, "It's better to be there rather than ask someone how the show was."