Angel Lite Garrett
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Angel Lite Garrett

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Beautiful River Project
I’ve Come To Praise You • Exalted • My Hope • Beautiful River • Breathe • The Ram • On Eagle’s Wings • Healing In This House • Peace • He Knows My Name • Takin’ It Back

Ready To Go Higher Project
Ready To Go Higher • Keeper of the Well • All that I have/It Becomes My Highest Praise • What Time Is It • I Want To Change • My Grace Is Sufficient • My Soul Has Been Anchored • Blessed, Blessed, Blessed • Truly Grateful • Praise, Praise, Praise

For My Friends Project
Yes God Is Real • Look A Little Closer • Blessed Assurance • Hymn Medley: God Specializes, Oh God Our Help In Ages Past, I Need Thee Every Hour • Zion •Holy Of Holies • He’ll Do It Again • Vow Song



Several roads have led to Angel Lite Garrett’s “Journey.”
Born in Fairbanks, Alaska, Angel came face-to-face with her musical destiny at an early age. Enraptured by the euphonious symphony of local church choirs, Angel established a myriad of singing groups and choirs between grade school and high school in Mount Holly, New Jersey. “I would grab anybody that even remotely had a voice and put them in a choir,” she said. This intense passion for vocal expression was so compelling that Angel also committed to teaching herself to play the piano. Developing her skills as a pianist, she says, ensured that a dependable musician—Angel herself—was present and accounted for at each performance.
After receiving the Lord at age 17, Angel’s zeal for music took on a new meaning. With a steadfast mission of touching the heart of people while touching the heart of God, worship became the hallmark of this emerging Christian concert artist and recording artist. A quote by Bob Kauflin, Director of Worship Development at Sovereign Grace Ministries in Gaithersburg, Maryland provides the best snapshot of Angel’s sentiments regarding her staunch commitment to leading worship. “An effective corporate worship leader, aided and led by the Holy Spirit, skillfully combines biblical truth with music to magnify the worth of God and the redemptive work of Jesus Christ, thereby motivating the gathered church to join him in proclaiming and cherishing the truth about God and seeking to live all of life for the glory of God.”
Faithfully serving for several years as music director, choir director, vocal trainer, teacher, and pianist in local churches, Angel’s journey includes leading a 100 voice choir at New York’s world-renowned Lincoln Center and at New Jersey Performing Arts Center. Angel’s fascinating career encompasses the eclectic genres of Contemporary Christian, Gospel, R&B, and opera. Through her unwavering dedication to meticulous vocal precision and with exacting proficiency as a musician, Angel has been invited to share the stage with CeCe Winans, Juanita Bynum Ron Kenoly, Bishop Joseph Garlington, Morris Chapman, Judy Jacobs, Parachute Band, Alvin Slaughter, among others.

Angel’s current project, “Journey” is a musical reflection of the highs and lows of Angel’s life over recent years. “It was the best of times and the worst of times,” she recalls. The healing in “Journey” is emotionally medicinal and artfully expressed in the songs “Me Time” and “I Needed the Quiet.” These two songs, Angel says, encourage and validate the need for self-care. The remix of “Ready to Go Higher,” the title track of Angel’s second album release, is infused with Latin, R&B, and Hip Hop hooks in “Journey,” echoing the ache of every listening heart desiring to reach beyond the pain or status quo of their lives. The song, “May Your Presence Go with Us,” speaks to the Spirit behind “Journey,” inviting God take the lead in guiding us onward.
When asked how “Journey” is different from her previous two albums, “Ready to Go Higher,” and “Beautiful River,” Angel pauses reflectively before stating, “I wouldn’t say it’s different, but rather dearer to my heart because it expresses the trials and struggles of reconciling human sufferings and the plan and purpose of God. It’s really just another brick in the path of my journey.”