Angie LaDuke has been a vocalist in bands since the 1970's. She started out in a pop band that toured all the military bases in the Inland Empire. She worked with a country trio for 9 years. She also was the lead female vocalist with another pop band for 7 years. Angie currently performs her original songs released on her CD in 1999c. Her husband sings with hers as well. They perform Sinatra Duets and a wide variety of musical renditions at private and corporate functions and festivals.

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Looking forward to our second performance at the nostalgic Grand Oak Restaurant at Highland Springs Resort, in Cherry Valley, CA on June 14, 2013. Even Einstein stayed at the hotel that is there, back in the day.

Angie La Duke Bio

Angie hails from Chicago but grew up in So. California. She sang 3 years with a rock band in the 1970's. (Members of the group had a number one hit "I'm Captured" in the 1960's.) Angie sang for 8 years with a pop group and then another 8 years with a country trio. Since 2000 she has been making music with her husband at various venues and shows. She has entertained at yacht clubs, fairs, lounges, and private functions all around California. Her CD release party in 1999 was attended by over 300 fans. That evening she performed all her songs with a live band (which included at the time Freddy Fender's Keyboard player)and other stellar musicians. The musicians on her CD are all studio quality. Angie's wide vocal range and flexibility enable her to belt out songs that emulate the style of Patsy Cline, Natalie Cole, Connie Francis and other great female vocalists of the pop and swing era.

  • Member Since: 2013
  • Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Angie LaDuke
over 30 days ago to Angie LaDuke

Eh Cumpari. I did not mean to infer that your Jubilee Song was a low grade arrangement or composition. I liked it, and I believe I said so. I just preferred not to use the box "constructive criticism." It is" challenging" and I had nothing to say Less is More. I don't think I gave any 1's and if I did I will take it back. The rules of broadjam state you do not have to explain 2 & 3's. You, personally. review with scores higher than me and that is great. If I could listen to every song On broadjam, I would, but I don't have time. I just don't want to be labeled a critic like Bill is stating . I wish for everyone in this music business to prosper and get a "hit" song I am not a" Prima Donna", so please accept an apology Ciao.

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Paul Messina
over 30 days ago

First of all I have to say I really like your music. After listening to your sounds I was even more surprised by the "1". You can't take it back as broadjam will not allow changes after the submit button is pressed. As I said before, I use 1's and 2's for the worst of the worst. I really didn't think this song was one of the worst. Even if you said you liked it, the numerical score doesn't match the comments. All my songs are my babies which is why I get passionate about them. When people give me constructive criticism, I always go back and listen. Most of the time I will make changes if I think they will make the songs better. We all grow by input from others just as we did studying music in college. Composing is an ever evolving endeavor. I would like to friend you as I do like your music, just not your reviews. Apology accepted.



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Paul Messina
over 30 days ago to Angie LaDuke

I am appalled at your review of my song Jubilee. According to your scores this song has absolutely no market potential and the quality of the hook is terrible. These are the lowest scores you could give for those categories. I have previously gotten perfect scores for this song and it has been in a top ten list. If you could have given constructive criticism to justify your scores I could understand. I think this song deserves better.

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Paul Messina
over 30 days ago

I personally reserve scores of 1s and 2s for the worst of the worst.

Bill Dake
over 30 days ago

Paul, I've had a few experiences like this and even if you get a response, don't expect a coherent answer. There's always someone who just wants to feel better about their stuff by criticizing yours. I'd ignore it.

Bill

Paul Messina
over 30 days ago

Thanks Bill.

Angie LaDuke
over 30 days ago

I just posted a comment if you wish to read it on my comment page. Paul, I did like your arrangement and song and I said so on the review. I take back the 1; as I stated in my recent comment, if you go take a look at it. I apologized and so on. Bill, you may read the comment too, because I wanted to clear up any misunderstanding. We are all in this business that we love and we want to encourage one another, but we are all different in our scoring. I did not say anything negative that I can see.



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NashvilleJoe
over 30 days ago to Angie LaDuke

hey ANGIE--thanxs for taking a listen to my FUN song--THE PRETTIEST GIRLS ARE IN TENNESSEE--cheers--joe.

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Angie LaDuke
over 30 days ago

You are welcome. I have been to Tennessee. It's been years though. Best Wishes to you! I will try to listen to some of your other songs in the near future!

Angie LaDuke
over 30 days ago

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