NELSON VAHOS INTERVIEW WITH ANGIE ROA
The Roa girl is what her closest group of friends calls her. In this interview, our guest told us part of her life and how her professional growth has been.
Angie Roa is a woman, mother, actress, radio host, presenter and singer, that was one of the questions that the artist answered, since with all those responsibilities we did not know what time she has left to dedicate to her career.
We did not overlook asking her about those critical moments in her professional life and in addition, what she has done to resolve them and emerge successful.
In addition to creating her own musical band called THE BONGO, Angie also created a musical genre called singular rock, this has opened the doors for her on many radio stations inside and outside the country where her songs are played. She currently has more than 15 songs of her authorship.
Along with her band, Angie had the opportunity to represent Colombia in Montevideo Uruguay in the capital event of emerging music, with a resounding success. Thanks to this event they have received invitations from the Mexican foreign relations department to sing in that country.
Her group THE BONGO is made up of 6 musicians and she is the only woman and leading voice of the band. With this musical group they created a group called MACA where they make covers from various artists and genres, working most of the time in the most exclusive bars, not only in Bogotá Colombia but also in the rest of the country.
On April 3rd, 2020 Angie Roa launched her first solo single called PASO A PASO to the Latin American market, a theme made for these difficult times of world confinement, this theme speaks of that we must always have hope and that at the end of the road, surely We will find that light that will give us the peace of mind to keep going.
In the month of June, she promises to release her next single called NO PERDAMOS TIEMPO ( Do not waste time) songs of her authorship and musical composition.
Angie Roa is a very successful woman in everything she sets out to do in life, married 19 years ago and the mother of two children, one 17 and the other 18.
She confessed to us that she still has free time to spend with her family. Do you want to know how she does it? Here you will find all the details of the interview.
BY NELSON VAHOS| eRadio Canada
JOURNALIST JUAN CARLOS TORRES eRadio Argentina
Translation By Valeria Alvarado.