St. Ange
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St. Ange


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"J'aime Montréal!"

Mené par la pétillante auteure-compositrice et chan­teuse Angela Galuppo, le groupe dit s’inspirer de certains artistes jazzy tels qu’Esperanza Spalding. Avec ce premier extrait, St. Ange met l’accent sur le côté pop de son équation musicale.
...Une belle carte de visite qui vous donnera peut-être envie d’écouter le charmant premier album du groupe, Second Nature, offert au Nicolas Tittley - MUSIQUE PLUS - Le Journal de Métro

"Angela Galuppo, show off your Playlist!"

Before the thought even crosses your mind, know that this is not just another actor-singer crossover. Angela has music pumping through her veins and her talent is innate.
- Marc Andrew


The Doxas EP
Second Nature



St. Ange is best described as a musical sponge that’s been gathering melodic bits and pieces from Casio demo tracks to bebop licks and beyond. Their 11 track debut album Second Nature, on which front lady, Angela Galuppo, takes her shiny new self-producing/lyricist/composer tricycle out for a ride, is a meeting ground where jazz and pop music collide and become instant BFFs. With the combined energy and musical influences of the 5 core members (who all met while studying jazz at Concordia University), St. Ange is the perfect addition to the neo jazz wave firing up the music scene. Drawing inspiration from new jazzers Esperanza Spalding and Gretchen Parlato, Motown, singer/songwriters, epic 70's power ballads and the Montreal sound, St. Ange combines the vocal sensibilities of jazz with with a dreamy touch of pop. St. Ange is a place for pop kids and jazz nerds to say hi, dance, cry on each others shoulders and realize they have more in common than they ever could have imagined.

Angela is also a film and television actor. Most recently, you can catch her on Lifetime's 'Against the Wall,' Syfy's new hit series 'Being Human,' or hear her on a bunch of animated kids shows and video games.