Angelo and Veronica announce that they will be releasing their brand new album Back to Gospel soon. The album has been preceded by two singles so far, "The Prayer" and "I Didn't Know My Own Strength." The latter is a cover of the late Whitney Houston's single, a track written by the famed composer Diane Warren. The song was also the lead single from Houston's final album released in 2009.
"In the final stages of mixing the new album which should be out this summer," Vernonica reveals. "Some don't know we're still recording but this will be our 13th album. We had to get away from the gospel industry to get back to the gospel. All our music is available at:http://angeloandveronica.com."
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Angelo and Vernonica have been a mainstay in CCM since the early 90s. Their first album, Higher Place finds them collaborating with Fred Hammond. They won several Dove awards including the controversial Contemporary Black Gospel Song of the Year for their song, "God Knows".
Veronica Petrucci has recorded 3 solo albums including Made It Out Alive. Angelo produced songs, "No Fear" and "Expecting Great Things" featuring John P Kee. The album and her book, How I Made it Out Alive, is her personal testimony of overcoming fear and depression.
They have received honorary doctorates in sacred music and teach an online vocal class called Master Your Voice. Angelo and Veronica, now married 27 years, continue to write and produce music that is soulful, timeless and relevant. They are now working on their 13th album release, Back to the Gospel. They have started a church in Nashville, TN called Higher Place Church.