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An Angel

For other uses, see Angel (disambiguation).

single by The Kelly Family

"An Angel" is a song by European-American pop group The Kelly Family. It was produced by Kathy Kelly and Hartmut Pfannmüller for their eighth regular studio album Over the Hump () and features lead vocals by Angelo and Paddy Kelly. Paddy wrote the song for his mother, Barbara Kelly, who died in from breast cancer. He wrote it on the family's boat, Santa Barbara.

In , the song was also covered by English singer Declan Galbraith and served as the first single and opening track from his second album Thank You (). In , The Kelly Family re-recorded the song for their We Got Love (). Other remakes were also recorded by Silbermond lead singer Stefanie Kloß for the compilation album Sing meinen Song – Das Tauschkonzert Vol 4 () and by Gregor Meyle for his album Meylensteine Vol 1 ().

Track listings[edit]

1."An Angel"
2."Break Free"

Credits and personnel[edit]

Credits adapted from the liner notes of Over the Hump.[1]

  • Songwriting&#;– The Kelly Family
  • Production&#;– Hartmut Pfannmüller, Kathy Kelly
  • Executive production&#;– Dan Kelly, Mike Ungefehr
  • Engineering&#;– Günther Kasper


Weekly charts[edit]

Year-end charts[edit]



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  3. ^"The Kelly Family – An Angel" (in German). GfK Entertainment Charts. Retrieved October 30,
  4. ^"The Irish Charts – Search Results – An Angel". Irish Singles Chart. Retrieved April 3,
  5. ^"The Kelly Family – An Angel" (in Dutch). Single Top Retrieved July 18,
  6. ^"The Kelly Family – An Angel". Swiss Singles Chart. Retrieved April 3,
  7. ^"Kelly Family - Singles". The Official Charts Company. Retrieved
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  9. ^"Jahreshitparade Singles ". Retrieved April 28,
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  11. ^"Schweizer Jahreshitparade ". Retrieved April 28,
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  13. ^"Bulletin Board – Germany"(PDF). Music and Media. 8 April p.&#;4. Retrieved 13 February
  14. ^"Gold-/Platin-Datenbank (The Kelly Family;&#;'An Angel')" (in German). Bundesverband Musikindustrie. Retrieved 13 February
  15. ^"Wyróżnienia – Platynowe płyty CD - Archiwum - Przyznane w roku" (in Polish). Polish Society of the Phonographic Industry. Retrieved October 8,

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Such a Pretty Face: Short Stories About Beauty


by Ann Angel (Editor)

Other authors:Louise Hawes (Contributor), J. James Keels (Contributor), Ron Koertge (Contributor), Chris Lynch (Contributor), Norma Fox Mazer (Contributor) — 7 more, Lauren Myracle (Contributor), Jamie Pittel (Contributor), Anita Riggio (Contributor), Mary Ann Rodman (Contributor), Ellen Wittlinger (Contributor), Jacqueline Woodson (Contributor), Tim Wynne-Jones (Contributor)


Every person lives with his or her ideal concept of beauty. As a teenager, this ideal can be challenging: Am I pretty enough? What does it mean to be pretty? Is beauty fair? Ranging from funny to desperate, each of the stories in this collection portrays a turning point moment when individual dreams of beauty collide with reality. In Lauren Myracle's story, a Homecoming Queen deals with a truly enormous and possibly enchanted chin hair. In Ellen Wittlinger's contribution, a young model questions the career her mother has foisted on her. In Mary Ann Rodman's piece, a white American feels baffled by her beautiful Thai's classmates desire to be pale. Perceptive and unexpected, these stories challenge readers to question their own thoughts about beauty.… (more)

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Remembering Myra Friedman, Publicist to Janis Joplin

Myra Friedman, Janis Joplin&#;s publicist and one of her closest friends, passed away on Saturday, October 16, , forty years to the month after Janis&#;s death. Myra&#;s passing creates silence in a world that was once filled with the beat of her humor and the harmony of her intellect and generous spirit.

Over the past few years, Myra shared that generous spirit with many, regaling us all with tales of her life as the publicist for the first queen of rock and roll. When I began work on Janis Joplin: Rise Up Singing, I phoned Myra, whose number I had gotten through my editor. I explained that I was writing a young adult biography of the famous rocker and asked if I could interview Myra about her years working for Janis. I expected Myra to give me a few brief anecdotes and that would be it. But she was excited by the idea of sharing her friend&#;s life and music with a new generation, and willingly gave me hours of her time. What began as a series of formal interviews soon became a friendship. Myra told such vivid stories of Janis, her voice adding italics to moments of drama or hilarity, that I felt I was witnessing these times alongside her. Myra adored Janis, and spoke of her brilliant intellect, her keen business acumen, her wit and, of course, her talent.

Myra was a brilliant woman, too, knowledgeable about history and music, especially classical and jazz. She sometimes wished she&#;d had a husband and children, but never wanted a do-over in her career as a publicist, or in her friendship with Janis. Still, she always wished she could have prevented the tragedy that ended Janis&#;s life; she often wondered if there was something she could have done to change that story&#;s end.

Myra was a true friend to Janis, patient with her excesses but willing to call her on her occasional &#;phoniness&#; and constant drug use. It seemed she tried harder than anyone to save Janis. After she died, Myra shared her broken heart with the world in her critically-acclaimed biography, Buried Alive, an insightful portrait of Janis that was unflinchingly honest about the inner demons and bad influences that destroyed her, while also celebrating her as a woman far ahead of her time.

Myra was ahead of her time, too. Working in the male-dominated world of rock when it wasn&#;t any easier for women to be backstage (unless they were groupies), than it was to be center stage.

Myra&#;s strength and heart shone through in our unusual telephone/e-mail friendship. Her first bout with cancer had left Myra with nerve damage, so she typed with just two fingers. We talked at length about whether voice recognition software might help – she said she couldn&#;t be bothered training it to understand her New York accent – which was classic by the way.

This past summer I made plans to visit Myra at the end of October. I imagined proudly handing her a copy of my finished book, inscribed to the friend I&#;d come to adore. But that visit would never come to pass. By September, Myra grew weaker, and our calls grew shorter. We realized we might never meet face-to-face. When we talked in mid-September, Myra knew she wasn&#;t going to beat the beast called cancer.

She told me that she really hoped she&#;d be around when I showed up in October but, she warned, &#;I might be dead by then.&#; Then she laughed as if she was kidding. I suspect she feared any talk like this would sound like complaining, and Myra couldn&#;t abide complaint. Later, she emailed and said she was half-joking; she said she&#;d look forward to our visit. Unfortunately, the death joke wasn&#;t even half a joke. The next time I called, Myra&#;s breathing was so labored we could talk only as long as it took for her to tell me she was returning to the hospital. Late last week was the last time I heard her voice.

She died in the midst of friends with Janis playing in the background, singing Myra out of this life and into the next. I hope Janis was there smiling and laughing that trademark cackle as she waited in the wings for Myra. I imagine the heavens grew raucous with their shared banter.

It seems odd that I never saw Myra&#;s face except in photos, because I felt I knew her so well. I never held onto her hand or hugged her, but we were friends. I was honored to be her friend. I have no doubt that there are countless others who can say the same, because Myra was so interested in life. She so loved people. And we loved her in return.

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Is Ann Angel Anna Evdokimova?

Anna Evdokimova is or was a Russian porn star, she did one movie. She really is striking and beautiful and because of this, she use to be a scammer, enticing men to surrender their money for a variety of bogus reasons. She was born May 12, in Cheboksary, Russia (Chuvashiya province). She probably is no longer living there.

Many other scammers have stolen her photos from online sources and post them on online dating sites like Match and many others. There is a lot of confusion about whether this Russian is Ann Angel. They have similar characteristics, but they are not the same. Ms. Angel warns that many West African scam groups have stolen her photos to use on American dating websites. In one case, the site attracted over 50 guys following her, or thought they were texting or emailing the woman in the photo. They were being scammed by some West African man or woman in Ghana or Nigeria, no doubt. Anna is helpless in stopping it, but does offer ways to tell if it is scam.

Ann Angel and Anna Evdokimova are NOT the same. You can join Ms. Angel's website for a fee. Many of the photos used by West African scammers are when she was much younger so it may be hard to tell if it was her. She is around 30 now. Anna applies eye makeup in the same manner but her color will alternate from brunette to blonde. At times, you might wonder if a younger photo of Ann in her 20's is herself today, time has a way of changing faces. She is the most common victim (as a model, since age 18) of scammers who steal her photos. Ann Angel was born in Warsaw, Poland, in June, , and has lived in the USA for around 10 years

I know from my own experience. I met someone on At that time, I thought it was for real. As time went on in texting for weeks, the conversation increasingly focused on her need for money and logical explanations for it. Even when I first refused, the conversation continued but detoured away from money, yet, within days, it would return with a request for it. That pattern continued for awhile. It all became intimate etc.,but I would try to verify statements etc., and when I became suspicious, I "played" her for her response. After awhile, it was cat and mouse, and actually began like a detective game. I let her play me but I also played her. When she was not talking of money, the conversation was actually great. A great way to pass time, if nothing more. When I did verify that information was false, I debated the issue with her just to frustrate her. A few times, the person on the other end said things that a guy might or wrote English differently than previously. Maybe my conversations on text were with different people.

The funny thing is that after weeks, I demanded a short 10 second video and selfies. When they arrived, it was clear the profile posted on Tastebuds, was NOT her. The scammer has stolen Anna's images and had sent many to me. But truth prevailed, because the selfie and video could not be faked because Anna was not there to make it. The woman was actually attractive from Ghana. Of course, she did it as a job. She was never looking for love and a relationship as she claimed on Tastebuds. This scammer used all of Ann Angel's photos, and a fake US passport to convince me she was another person. While she, herself, was pretty, it was easy to see it was not Ann Angel. Ann Angel is only famous among the scamming and soft-porn industry. Anyone outside of this circle, and the name will sound fake, like I thought until I Googled her. Even then, there seems to be others with "official" Ann Angel websites. The real Ann Angel website is well produced, slick. You can join to explicit views for $

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UmbertoPMarocchi on March 20,

Ok, if U have any questions, follow me on tw, so we can dm. I'm just following you. Thanks

perrya (author) on March 20,

Just trying to get it right!

UmbertoPMarocchi on March 20,

Yes seems so! So please do say it clearly that Anna E is a scammer. And plz don't cutline a pic of Ann Angel Anna E. That is simply a prevarication. The 2nd pic is NOT Anna E. but also Ann Angel in ! FYI pic are from , pic 7 , pic8 , pic9 right!!!, pic 10 !!! Thanks for changing the cutlines.

perrya (author) on March 20,

Perhaps, but the photo of Anna was claimed to be Evdokimova. Maybe this is the source of the confusion. But the Ann Angel is not Anna E. This we know.

UmbertoPMarocchi on March 20,

To clarify, all the pictures you posted on here are pictures of Ann Angel. Please do a research for Anna Evdokimova and you will find another person who does not even be similar to Ann Angel. And I just told you yesterday (why did you delete it?) Anna is living in the US since she was 9 years old, that means she's living here since 20 years! Sorry, but plz do Ur job properly, if you are writing about people you don't know. TY.


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Anne Neilson

Anne Herring Neilson began her artistic career with a successful pottery business, Herring Designs, Inc. ( to ). After a brief interlude spent focused on her growing family, she rekindled her lifelong passion for art in when she began painting in oils. Neilson quickly became nationally known for her ethereal Angel Series paintings which are inspiring reflections of her faith and flair for color and light. In addition to her popular Angel paintings, Neilson&#;s repertoire includes dramatic landscapes featuring scenes from her travels.

In October , Neilson self-published Angels In Our Midst, an inspirational coffee table book featuring Neilson&#;s signature, original artwork alongside stories of faith. In the fall of , she published Strokes of Compassion, a companion book to Angels In Our Midst. Recently, in the fall of , Neilson released Angels: The Collector&#;s Edition, her largest coffee table book to date, combining favorite content from Angels In Our Midst as well as pages of new stories from celebrated musical artists like Steven Curtis Chapman and Amy Grant. Proceeds from the sales of Angels: The Collector&#;s Edition are dedicated to organizations fighting homelessness across the world.

As a result of her successful national shows and the growing popularity of her work, Neilson&#;s art has captured the interest of discerning art collectors. Her works hang in both public and private collections internationally, including those of several celebrities. Anne lives in Charlotte, NC, with her husband and their four children.

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