Veronica Petrucci

Veronica Petrucci has been most widely recognized as apart of the husband and wife Gospel/R&B/ Latin duo, Angelo and Veronica.  These two highly skilled vocalists and met in the city of Boston and both studied at Berklee College of Music.  Their debut solo album in 1992, “Higher Place” caught the attention of both Gospel music mogul Bobby Jones and legendary hit pop songwriter Diane Warren to create the incomparable sound that is Angelo and Veronica.  They went on to record 6 albums with Benson Music Group, Verity Records and Harmony Records, a division of Sony, Inc.  Their song "God Knows" was included in legendary Gospel artist, John P. Kee's “Show Up” video and also made top 15 on the Contemporary Christian Music charts.  They toured with Iyanla Vanzant (from the Oprah Winfrey network) with their 1999 release, “Change”.  They are recipients of three Dove awards including Contemporary Black Gospel song of the year and Urban Album of the year.  Angelo and Veronica have made numerous television appearances on Fox 17, TBN, Word Network and BET.  In 2009, they performed at a very historical Inaugural Event at the prestigious Constitution Hall in Washington, DC.  Also in 2009, they released their long awaited CD entitled "Still in Love".  Angelo and Veronica became ordained as Worship Pastors in 2009 at Life International Church.


 In 2005, she created A Voice for Women, a ministry dedicated to change the way women and girls feel about themselves one voice at a time.  Born in New York City and of Puerto Rican descent, Veronica released her first solo Spanish language album "Atrévete a Soñar" in 2009.  In 2006, she closed for Elton John with a song she wrote called “Dare to Dream” which was also selected for the Special Olympics.  In 2010, she was a guest soloist for Michael W. Smith’s “Music City Unites for Haiti” for which she also performed live at the 2010 Dove Awards.  In 2011, she performed at the Taste of Soul Festival in Los Angeles, the Georgia Dome for the Stand One Body and COGIC Convention at the America’s Center in St. Louis.  In 2012, she made her first solo television appearances on BET Bobby Jones Gospel and TBN Praise the Lord with Donnie McClurkin and Mary Mary.  She has performed at the Kurt Carr 20 Year Music Celebration, One Love Gospel Cruise and Dr. Dorinda Clark-Cole’s Singers and Musicians Conference.  Veronica is the 2013 recipient of The Atlanta Gospel Choice Award for Best Female Artist.


 Veronica has released her first official solo album entitled "Made It Out Alive" through Latin Soul Entertainment on iTunes“Made It Out Alive” includes special guests Fred Hammond, John P. Kee, Shirley Murdock, Canton Jones, the Mississippi Mass Choir, Brian Courtney Wilson and Will Champlin of “The Voice”.  She has also recorded a song called “Hope” for the major motion picture, Unconditional (duet with Brian Courtney Wilson) produced by Award winning producer (for Marvin Sapp and Israel Houghton), Aaron Lindsey.  Veronica has made two full-length videos for Tamela Mann’s “Take Me to the King” in Spanish and “Expecting Great Things” feat John P Kee.  She is also working to release her first book publication similarly titled, "How I Made It Out Alive".