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Angel Corsi and his folk-noir influence is felt through each harrowing song about crime, family, trauma and moving forward in alternative & specialized venues like bookstores, record shops, art galleries, D.I.Y spaces, listening room venues and house concerts.

Angel's music is best delivered through intimate audiences rather than rowdy bar environments, instead he is focused on sharing stories through smaller, more "dialed- in" audiences that want to connect deeply and impactfully about perseverance, the pursuit of charging forward and letting go of what needs to be left behind.

It's "Springsteen on Broadway" with a fresh cultural perspective, if Bruce grew up listening to Ice Cube & KRS ONE and wrote about mob tales, barrio stories, poverty, race, identity and still looked out for the "little guy".

What people are saying...

Folky songs and strong vocals divulge troubled stories that includes the protagonist’s father, drugs, criminal activity, lying to oneself to get by, being surrounded by bad influences” - Raymus Media
Corsi's music reflects his philosophy of empathy, encouraging listeners to look beyond surface labels to understand people's complexities and motivations. As we navigate the gray areas of life, Corsi's music provides solace and understanding. Through his honest storytelling, Corsi encourages us all to be brave in exploring our past, understanding our present and looking forward to a future shaped by resilience and love. ” - Adam Steininger

Longmont Leader

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by: Longmont Leader

“When someone asks who’s the best songwriter around, I say the best in the RGV is Angel, one of the best in the state” - E.Saenz (recording artist)
Corsi, a Longmont resident, has been labeled a “Barrio Bruce,” a nod to his Springsteen-like gravitas, which would be akin to catching the Pacific Ocean in a beer mug — both profoundly inadequate and unjust. It's a punchy moniker, sure, but it overlooks the kaleidoscope of his narrative talent, the socio-political undercurrents of his lyrics and the unique flavor of authenticity that he brings to the table. His music does not merely mimic the sounds of Springsteen, instead, it carries forward the tradition of narrating the plight of the common man, with the added layer of his own cultural perspective.” - Adam Steininger

Longmont Leader

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