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Angie Stone is a name of a famous American R&B, soul, and neo soul singer-songwriter, keyboardist, record producer, and an actress to some degree. She was born with the name of Angela Laverne Brown on January 30, 1961.
She had also the honor of being nominated for the 2008 Grammy Award for Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals for her duet with Betty Wright from the hit single Baby.
Stone had passed the early days of her life in the city of Columbia, where she had started to sing gospel music at First Nazareth Baptist Church. She has two children, a daughter and a son, her daughter had contributed for the background vocals to her 2007 song Baby.
Angie had started to sing as a member of the band named The Sequence, which was a major female hip hop/funk trio in the early days of 1980s. Together they had a hit in 1980 with Funk You Up, which had reached at number fifteen on the U.S.
Top Black Singles chart and there was another minor hit titled Monster Jam, which had featured the Spoonie Gee. She had also worked with Mantronix, before singing background for Lenny Kravitz's fifth studio album 5. Stone had really established her career during the 1990s as part of the R&B trio Vertical Hold, which had a release of the popular single Seems You're Much Too Busy as well as two albums: A Matter of Time (1993) and Head First (1995).
She had made a team with Gerry DeVaux along with Charlie Mole to form a band called Devox. They had got a chance to record only one album, Devox Featuring Angie B. Stone, released in Japan only on Toshiba-EMI, including Stone-penned material.
Stone had to share the songwriting credits on D'Angelo's first two studio albums, Brown Sugar (1995) and Voodoo (2000), as well as providing backing vocals on tour with him.
Stone had started her solo career with the debut album, titled Black Diamond, which was released in the year of 1999 under the banner of Arista Records; the album had been so much famous as to have gone for the gold.
She had released her second solo with a title of Mahogany Soul, on October 16, 2001, and Stone Love on July 6, 2004. Most of the solo work of the Stone has been considered as a category of hip hop and soul influences and features notable samples.
She had finished a stand-up theatre play at sometimes earlier and the title of the tour was Issues: We've Got Them All, where she had the she had a leading role.
She had also appeared on the VH1's reality television series Celebrity Fit Club during the fourth season. It is interesting to know that she had lost eighteen pounds, the second lowest loss in the history of the show.
Stone has also appeared in the Summer Festival across America and also three headlining American shows in June and another two in the Netherlands in August.
Stone toured with Sisters in the Spirit in 2007; toured in Europe in May/June 2008; toured on various Summer Festivals in the US in summer 2008, and two in the Netherlands in August 2008.