A singer, MC, self-taught keyboardist, and prolific songwriter, Angie Stone's first claim to fame was her membership in the Sequence, an all-female trio that recorded for pioneering hip-hop label Sugar Hill beginning with the 1979 single, Funk You Up.
Several years later, she re-emerged as the lead vocalist for Vertical Hold, where she scored with the smooth urban dance track Seems You're Much Too Busy, a Top 40 RnB hit during the summer of 1993 that led to very productive solo career. With the release of her 1999 solo debut, she became one of neo-soul's leading lights, providing sharp insight into romantic relationships with her smoky yet upfront voice.
Tony Momrelle has built a reputation as one of this country’s most assured singer-songwriters. He is as at home with jazz and gospel music as he is with classic R’n’B grooves. Momrelle looks back on a long association with British acid-jazz band Incognito, and has worked with artists including Sade, Gloria Estefan, Whitney Houston and urban gospel group Seven.