Former Fargo resident Angie Stevens now calls Denver home and has been named that city’s “Best Singer/Songwriter” by both the editors and fans of Westword, Colorado’s largest alternative weekly paper
She is a passionate, soulful Americana/indie rock artist who performs with the power of a freight train: Patty Griffin coupled with Janis Joplin.
Angie is sponsored by Coors and Cowgirlpunk Clothing. Her song, "Sleepwalking," was featured on HBO''s Big Love. Her video, "Stand Up Girl," (filmed during her August 2006 concert at Red Rocks) was a "Pick of the Week" on Country Music Television''s Top 20 Video Countdown show. And in September 2007 she returned to Red Rocks to perform as part of the first-ever Monolith Festival. In January 2008 she showcased at the Sundance Film Festival. Recently her band played in Mexico as part of Roger Clyne and the Peacemaker’s semi-annual Circus Mexicus festival.
She is also developing a sports/music promotion, "The Bass Surfer Project," and has a music licensing agreement with MTV Networks.