Angela Spivey the third child born to Rev. Harvey and Vernice Spivey, on November 9th. Angie, as she is affectionately called, grew up on the West side of Chicago and attended Lucy Flowers High School. After graduating from high school, Angie launched a career in the hair business, she attended and graduated from Debbie's School of Beauty College.
Before getting deep into her academic studies, Angie at the age of 14 years old started a Young People's Choir at her then and still home church First Corinthians Missionary Baptist Church, where she has served as minister of music for the Voices of Victory--for 31 years.
As a successful businesswoman, Angie owned and operated a hair salon for 14 years. After laying down the "Hot Irons", she began a career in Real Estate. Angie is now a Senior Loan Officer for Refinancing and a Property Investor.
In the past five years, Angie has become an icon in the gospel arena. Angie and the Voices released their first Live Recording "Victorious Praise" on Aleho International Music in 1995, and received an "Excellence Award" for Best New Artist of the year.
In 1997, Angie and The Voices recorded their second Live Recording "In The Church", and now to complete the trinity their third Live Recording "Glory,Honor And Praise" is now available on CD and Cassette. In presenting these three albums, Angie was able to birth her song writing talent with songs such as "Lo I'll Be With You Always", "Oh Lord Fix Me" (Arrangement), "It Shouldn't Be In The Church", Step Out On Faith" and I Want To Be Worthy." Angie is also the lead singer on the song "So You Would Know" which has become the national anthem of the Gospel Announcers Guild of the Gospel Music Workshop of America. Angie's anointed rendition of this song has blessed many souls worldwide.
Angie is an anointed woman of God who is full of energy and serious about God's work. One fruit of the spirit that radiates in Angie's light is "Love", and the spiritual vitamin that she shares in her ministry is "I Love You For Real
One encounter, and it's really hard to forget Angela Spivey. Dubbed the 'Princess of Gospel', she is a powerhouse of vocal exhuberance and a spirited bundle of energy. Beloved for her lead vocal on "So You Would Know" from the Gospel Announcer's Guild of the Gospel Music Workshop of America project, the Chicago native has three solo projects under her belt.