Angie Alan grew up in the Dallas area and is a graduate of Dallas Baptist University. She pursued her love of music and started out as a singer for the touring group The Continental Singers. Her desire to be a pop singer led her to do backup work for Tim Miner. Signed to Frontline in 1989, Alan released her debut self-titled project in 1990 featuring a blend of upbeat pop tunes along with distinct R&B influences. Her sophomore release, The Bottom Line, came out in the summer of 1991 and boasted several hit tracks including the title tune which reached #1 on CCMâ€™s CHR chart.