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Angela Josephine was born on 18 March, 1967 in Munising, Michigan, United States. Discover Angela Josephine’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 53 years old?
|Age||53 years old|
|Born||18 March 1967|
|Birthplace||Munising, Michigan, United States|
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Angela Josephine Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
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Timeline of Angela Josephine
Her most recent album was 2018’s Daylight released on May 4, 2018. This project was recorded in Detroit and Ann Arbor, Michigan with producer Chris Bathgate. It expands the sonic palette of Josephine’s work as well as showcasing her on a variety of instruments including guitar, mandolin, hammered dulcimer, piano, Wurlitzer, organ, and synth. The project is best described as one-part folk opera and one-part the artist’s personal exploration of herself – almost as if you’re listening to her diary.
In 2016, Angela recorded Daylight (Stone Bright Solid Volume 2), a full-length album again produced by Chris Bathgate. Daylight was released on May 4, 2018. Between this release and her previous release (Stone Bright Solid, Volume 1,) Angela suffered a few personal tragedies. Her sister died of cancer, she became the primary caregiver for her father-in-law in his final stages of life, and her mother-in-law passed away unexpectedly. Through all this, Josephine tried to be there for everyone while maintaining her career, but eventually had to take a step back from her music. After a trip to New Zealand, and some time away, Angela found her way back to music through some of the last words her late mother-in-law said to her, “Honey, you have to get back to your music.” From this hardship and time away from music, Daylight was born. From beginning to end, the project encompassed seven years and, like a musical by Ridley Scott, probes the disparity of dark and light.
The video for “This Light”, the leading track from Daylight, premiered on The Big Takeover on March 20, 2018. The premiere was scheduled for the vernal equinox. Josephine chose this date because, “the vernal equinox is about a moment of existing in the balance between two extremes… winter and spring, darkness and light… and the length of darkness and light are nearly equal. It is a cosmic metaphor of not only the song, “This Light,” but also the album, Daylight.” The video took place under the stars along the shore of Lake Michigan in Northern Michigan and was directed and shot by award-winning filmmaker Matthew von Dayton.
On March 29, 2018, Atwood Magazine premiered “Got to Believe, the lead single from Daylight. Because Daylight is structured as the arc of experiences of a female protagonist, “Got to Believe,” the first song on the album after a short introlude, marks the opening chapter of the woman’s life journey.
“River Rising”, the second single from the album, premiered on Independent Clauses on April 4, 2018. The base of this track featured mandolin along with cello, loping bass, subtle percussion, and occasional violin. Rather than a folk-pop tune, like some of Angela’s earlier work, “River Rising” is an “earthy, organic song that seems drawn out of the titular body of water or the depths of a forest.”
Innocent Words premiered the video for the track “40 Days” on April 16, 2018. The song is hammered dulcimer instrumental and an anthem to the exiled. The title “40 Days” is a nod to adventurer Steve Cannon who Angela met in 2012 when he was running 40 marathons in 40 Days to circumnavigate Lake Michigan. He wrote a book “40 Days” and a chapter is devoted to the day Angela met and ran with him. The video was fittingly filmed on the cliffs of Fairhead and in the woods of Crawfordsburn in Northern Ireland. Josephine has a deep connection to Ireland, and Motifs and melodies from the Celtic Isles are woven throughout her entire body of work. Ditty TV, a television network that celebrates Americana and Roots styles of music, featured the video on April 30, 2018. The video was directed by Helen Rollins of Northern Ireland, who also directed Peter Rollins’ short film, “Making Love.” When asked about the video concept, Josephine said,
“Go Easy”, the third and final single from Daylight premiered on Mother Church Pew on April 25, 2018. The track is a duet with Chris Bathgate. The song features, “spare instrumentation and unfussy production that evokes the heaviness, as well as the tenderness surrounding relational conflict.” The video for “Go Easy” premiered on PopDust on October 3, 2018. This video was also directed by Helen Rollins. It was filmed in Belfast’s Riddel Warehouse, a historic building in Belfast associated with the cast iron trade, with Irish actor Phil Dixon.
The full album premiered on AXS.com on May 2, 2018, two days before the hard release.
In 2013, Got You on My Mind was released as a music video, a tribute from Angela to her parents, which was shot on site at Wilson Antiques in Traverse City, MI. The music video, which features a guest appearance from fellow local musicians The Accidentals, incorporated 8mm videos of her family which Angela had restored.
One Love – 2007 Award Winning Documentary Directed by Whitney Jackson (Sandpile Productions)
In 2012, Angela recorded Stone Bright Solid, Volume 1, which was produced by Michigan musician Chris Bathgate. This EP contained in a steel tin with interchangeable cover art and the lyrics presented as magnetic poetry, showcasing her creative bent. Josephine described it as her “Dark Night of the Soul” musical exploration, evidenced by the haunting sounds and words.
Her broad range of instrumentation skills saw her nominated again for a 2011 DMA based on her Hammered Dulcimer performances.
In March 2010, Josephine, in conjunction with Compassion International, organized a benefit concert for victims of the Haiti earthquake, gathering local musical talent as well as retailers to donate time, talent and goods.
In 2006, Josephine recorded Spirit of Motherhood, a single to accompany the book release of The Spirit of Motherhood: A Photographic Journey into the Beauty of Pregnancy by photographer Misty Woodward.
Her 2005 release, Grace Exhaled, prompted her to be described as the “Amy Grant of Northern Michigan” and qualified her as a finalist in the 2006 Detroit Music Awards. Grace Exhaled also moved Josephine more prominently into the CCM scene, with the album receiving strong reviews and Josephine getting visibility in the national media of the day, including Top 10 CCM Magazine (MyCCM) female vocalists (#6) in CCM Magazine.
In 2002, she launched her musical career, releasing her debut album, A Restful Sense of Urgency which introduced her to the indie folk and Christian (CCM) music scene. UK Faith-based Cross Rhythms responded favorably with a 9 out of 10 rating. The debut also brought Josephine some national attention, receiving a call-out in the CCM Magazine Independent Artist Spotlight.
Angela Josephine (born March 18, 1967) is an American indie folk singer-songwriter, musician, author and visual artist. She began her musical career back in 2002 when she appeared at a Border’s Open Mic in Northern Michigan.
Angela Josephine was born Angela Louis in Munising, Michigan in 1967, the youngest of six children. She learned to paint and draw from her mother, and her musical interests focused on being 1st chair trumpet. Her strength in science saw her winning first place in Duracell’s 1984 National Science competition which landed her in Newsweek Magazine and Scholastic Science World.