- An MVD Exclusive
- Format: CD
- SKU: CM051920
- UPC: 875531019582
- Street Date: 07/02/21
- PreBook Date: 05/28/21
- Label: Cellar Live »
- Genre: Jazz
- Run Time: 46:14 mins
- Number of Discs: 1
- Year of Production: 2021
- Box Lot: 150
- Territory: WORLD EX JP
- Language: English
Cast & Crew
Angela Wrigley Trio - You Don't Know What Love Is
The much anticipated debut release from incredible vocalist & composer Angela Wrigley stepping out with her Trio.
- List Price: $12.99
- Your Price: $12.99
- In Stock: 84
You must login to place orders.
Drawing from jazz standards, rock hits & pop classics, Angela Wrigley & her Trio have created a body of work that intricately describes the story of love and loss, hope and longing, and what it means to deeply and truly be "in love." Angela's own compositions describe these feelings with poignant accuracy.
- The much anticipated debut release from an incredible vocalist and composer, stepping out with her Trio.
- The marketing plan is a 3 phase single/album/touring roll-out that begins in February of 2021 with Phase 2 encompassing the music video and marketing tools requested in this application, and a Phase 3 plan in the Summer of 2021 with jazz fest touring an
- You Don’t Know What Love Is will be one of the key priorities for Cellar Music Group in 2021 and will be aggressively marketed and supported with social media campaigns in advance of single (Crazy Fool) and album release, performance videos, domestic an
- Drawing from jazz standards, rock hits and pop classics, the Angela Wrigley Trio have created a body of work that intricately describes the story of love and loss, hope and longing, and what it means to deeply and truly be “in love.” Angela’s own compos
The newest throaty sounding singing pianist from Canada takes a little pomo action here in the mix of classics and originals sneaking in some genre blending as well. A tasty trio date that never strays far from jazz even if it used a bunch of hyphenated elements along the way. Clearly played for the sheer fun of playing.
—Chris Spector, Midwest Record review 5/28/2021