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Beginning at the age of three years old, this South Carolina native acquired piano teaching from her late grandmother. Every member of her family is musically inclined. Angie realized the levitical gift on her life in high school when her music teacher discovered Angie had ÃÃÂ¢perfect pitch.ÃÃÂ¢ God established her music ministry as she served as Minister of Music and Pastor of Worship for over 12 years, beginning at age 12, at the Mount Moriah, Duncan Creek, and Suck Creek Baptist Churches consecutively.
As a Levite, she recorded her debut album in 2003 and has ministered in places such as New York, the Bahamas, and Switzerland. She serves as the Music Director of the Gordon Collums Gospel Choir (The University of South Carolina Upstate Gospel Choir), now her alma mater.
Angie was licensed to minister the gospel and began her journey to the prophetic in 2002. She is the founder of Tunnel Vision Ministries where she teaches about character, finding your purpose, and fulfilling your responsibilities in the Body of Christ. She also travels, teaching courses from self-made manuals concerning Levites and the effectiveness of the entire music ministry. Currently, she is working on her first book entitled, ÃÃÂ¢When a Levite Ministers.ÃÃÂ¢ She has also shared the stage with Mary Mary, Tye Tribbett, Rance Allen, Lee Williams and the Spiritual QCs, Daryl McFadden and many others.
Angie believes strongly in walking not only in the anointing and power of God, but living in the character and integrity God requires of His chosen. She strives to live a lifestyle of brokenness, which she promotes everywhere she is assigned to minister, whether it is through preaching the Word of God or through ministering Levitically through song.
AngieÃÃÂ¢s sophomore album, ÃÃÂ¢The Ministry of a Broken Key,ÃÃÂ¢ was released through a concert and healing service on March 17, 2007. Her upcoming project "The Prophetic Worshipper" is projected to release March 2010.