Bofill, Angela (1954–)

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Bofill, Angela (1954–)

American singer. Born 1954 in New York, NY; dau. of a Cuban father (singer) and Puerto Rican mother.

Was singing on Latin club circuit with the Group while in high school; served as singer, dancer, composer, and arranger for Dance Theater of Harlem; released debut album Angie (1979), which became best-selling jazz album. Other albums include Angel of the Night (1979), Something About You (1981), Too Tough; Teaser (1983), Intuition (1988), I Wanna Love Somebody (1993) and Love in Slow Motion (1996).