Sexy rockin' folk music '...A call for an organic mix of honest roots expression has long been missed. An obvious extension to the new breed of melodic underground was evidently appreciated in a truly Australian pop culture release recently ...An Artist's material, be it poetic or musical is effectively transferred in the live sense when combined with the rare ability to window an extension of a performer's personality to the audience. On first listen to the debut release by Angeline aptly named 'Finally...' the degree of appreciation is absolute !...' HITSTATE LIVE REVIEW If you've ever known love, lost it or revenged it, then 'Finally...' will gently touch your heart. It's a beautiful collection of loving, longing & melancholy - coated in sex & candy. Six tracks about waiting for love, looking for something you see in dreams and having imaginary friends. Swirling acoustic guitars over the tightest rhythm section a girl could ever wish for, under the voice of an angel. It's a sound that could mend a broken heart. Angeline Neville is a New Zealand born, Sydney based singer-songwriter, actress, artist & lover of fine things She grew up the youngest of six children on the wild west coast of Auckland, NZ, in a family with a very eclectic record collection listened to intently in the rumpus room for many years. At school Ange was introduced to folk songs & the guitar by a teacher, and went on to write her first song ('Wobbly Knees') at the tender age of eight. Finding that people loved it when she sang, she fell into musicals & acting through dancing & then started working professionally on stage & tv while still at high school. After graduating she took off for Perth,WA, to study for a Bachelor of Arts in Musical Theatre at the prestigious Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts. How very rock'n'roll. A 'triple threat' (singer/dancer/actress) Angeline has worked extensively on stage & screen, some jobs with people such as Glenn Close, Harry Connick Jnr & Jack Thompson (South Pacific), Robyn Archer (The Bridge), Gale Edwards (The Boy From Oz), Doc Neeson & Chris Bailey (Bad Boy Johnny & the Prophets of Doom) & some jobs with lots of people you wouldn't know. She's performed with the Sydney Theatre Co. & in independent theatre - most recently playing the role of 'Jane' in 'Fidelity' by Tobsha Learner for the Tamarama Rock Surfers at the Old Fitzroy Hotel. Angeline also contributed songs to the soundtrack, including the hauntingly beautiful 'For Them All'. ' Great writing. Your songs are inspiring. Good Luck! ' THE MUSIC OVEN NETWORK In March 2003 with her band Angeline independently released the EP 'Finally...' to a packed house at The Hopetoun Hotel, & continued to gain a loyal following around the Sydney pub scene. Their infectious melodic pop led to shows at premier live venue The Basement & a coveted spot at the world renowned East Coast Blues & Roots Festival in Byron Bay. Now working as a solo artist & armed with just the charm of a georgously rich voice & an acoustic guitar, Ange's sound has developed into a beautiful fusion of folk music & sweet indie rock. Currently working on tunes for her first long player, Ange wants to create something beautifully simple & erotically hypnotic. A record that will caress the soul & ultimately, like a lot of her favourites, be timeless. She would love to own her own record label one day and 'Alice in Wonderland ' & ' Alice through the Looking Glass ' are two of her favourite stories. She's an interesting mix....or minx. See her if you can.