Angie Wells “Truth Be Told”


“Truth Be Told”, a recently unveiled album by jazz singer Angie Wells “tells the truth.” It is easy to believe her. The album is compelling and captivating. Her velveteen voice is honest and vibrant. The album talks about relevant topics including the mounting problem of homelessness and the brutal killing of George Floyd which I find refreshing for a jazz singer.

Wells began her career in the intimate, smokey clubs of Paris when a friend suggested she sing on stage. The audience reaction was inspiring to Wells, and she continued to sing in LA and New York. She has worked with musicians including John Clayton, Harry Kim, James Leary, Edwin Livingston, Josh Nelson, Trevor Ware, Rickie, Woodard, and others. she has performed in  several jazz festivals, including the San Jose Summer Jazz Fest as a special guest of Kermit Ruffins, Festival Jazz de Monsegur, The Telluride Jazz Festival and others.

Angie Wells furnishes the sparkle.

“As a musician I tell you that if you were to suppress adultery, fanaticism, crime, evil, the supernatural, there would no longer be the means for writing one note.”….George Bizet

Wells covers many topics in “Truth Be Told.” She tells stories as well as making music. The album is a breath of fresh air and a much needed addition to the music landscape of the world.

5/5 Stars

The official website for Angie Wells may be found at

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