Angie Swan
Angie Swan
Guitarist | Bassist | Producer





Angie Swan

Is a multi-instrumentalist born and raised in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. After attending Milwaukee High School of the Arts, Angie went on to study at the world renowned Berklee College of Music in Boston. When she arrived at Berklee, the music industry was in full disruption - she auditioned for school on cassette, recorded in school on mini-disc and by the time she left everything was digital. The learning curve was steep, requiring Angie to be fast and flexible. While attending college, Angie toured the U.K. with a Brooklyn based band, The Femme Nameless, opening for Femi Kuti at the Barbican Centre in London. After leaving Berklee, Angie fast-tracked it to Los Angeles, where she has played guitar for artists such as, Nicole Scherzinger, Boney James, Stevie Wonder, Alana Grace, and WAX.

Angie auditioned for and was invited to join the Cirque du Soleil production of Amaluna, touring throughout the United States and Canada for three years. In 2017, Angie toured Asia with pop sensation girl-group Fifth Harmony and Argentina/Brazil with five-time Grammy Award-winning CeeLo Green.

See Angie with David Byrne in American Utopia this Fall at Boston’s Emerson Colonial Theatre (18 shows), followed by a residency the Hudson Theatre on Broadway through January 2020.    





  • American Utopia Tour - David Byrne

  • Cirque du Soleil - Amaluna

  • Tour de France - opening ceremony

  • Un été 44 le Comedia Theater (Paris)

House Band Guitarist/Vocals

  • B.E.T. Black Girls Rock Award Ceremony

  • MTV's Rock The Cradle

  • platinum hit (bravo)


  • Cirque du Soleil - Amaluna - Guitar | Mandolin

  • Kelly Roland - Empire Soundtrack ‘Mona Lisa’ - Guitar

  • Terri Lynne Carrington - The Mosaic Project - Guitar

Television Appearances

  • AMERICAN IDOL with Adam Lambert

  • The Late Show with Stephen Colbert

  • American Music Awards

  • MTV Euro Music Awards

  • Late Show with David Letterman

  • michael Jackson memorial

  • Jimmy Kimmel Live

  • Ellen DeGeneres Show

  • B.E.T. Music Awards

  • GLEE

  • The Tonight show