Angie Senger is a nationally acclaimed Award-Winning singer, songwriter, and recording artist.
She has been regularly featured on RFD-TV's popular, "Midwest Country Show" for more than 15 years. You can catch her regularly on many Cable TV stations throughout Minnesota.
In 2019 she was inducted into the Arizona Country Music Hall of Fame.
In 2018 she was inducted into the National Traditional Country Music Association Hall of Fame.
In 2016 she was awarded "Country CD of the Year" for her album, "Country Memories."
Angie is also the proud recipient of the 2015 "Female Country CD of the Year" award for her album, "Legendary Ladies." Presented by the National Traditional Country Music Association.
Senger has been a guest interview on several radio stations around the country from Nashville to Mississippi and even Iowa.
Hailing from Minnesota, Senger lives year-round in Mesa, AZ, but remains very "mobile" going where the music takes her!
In Arizona, Senger and new husband JIM WEST have combined their very busy bands. West is the talented, award-winning, Hall-of-Fame lead guitar player and front man for the DAKOTAS band. The new band name, 'Last Train to the DAKOTAS' is based in Mesa, AZ and they are busier than ever! They remain open to traveling to wherever the music takes them. Including an upcoming trip to the recording studio!
Angie Senger's Personal Story
Angie grew up in Minnesota's Twin Cities in a very large family. She’s been performing her whole life. Her older brothers taught her to play guitar when she was in elementary school and her older sisters entered her in singing contests. She sang at a wedding for the first time at age 14, which she continues to do today! She also joined a band for the first time at age 14, playing bass guitar, which is still her first love. Soon they were a full-time band playing six nights a week with contracts stretching as far as she could see.
When Senger married her late husband, a truck-driving Minnesota man, he came with three daughters. Deciding to devote her time to her new family, her professional music career was put on hold. But music was never far away! She started the first ‘Guitar Mass’ at her church and was very involved in all aspects of music ministry. She also taught guitar privately and through the community education department at the local school district.
For the last 20 years she’s been playing bass guitar with her band in Minnesota, and rhythm guitar in her Arizona band. In this short span of time she has:
Recorded 15 studio CDs, in 6 different professional studios – Minnesota and Arizona! Two of her CDs have won national awards.
Appeared several times in BRANSON - by special invitation! She was asked to join the LEGENDS SHOW in Branson for a 12-week run!
Been inducted into the National Country Music Hall of Fame and the Arizona Country Music Hall of Fame, where she currently holds a position on the Board of Directors.