Angela Stefano (“Ang,” unless she’s in trouble) is the editor-in-chief of The Boot and a senior writer for Taste of Country. Based in Nashville, Tenn., but with her heart in Buffalo, N.Y., she enjoys boxing, exploring record stores and dog-sitting some very sweet pups. A graduate of Boston University’s College of Communication and a former Boston Bruins intern and game-night staffer, she also enjoys a good hockey game and often employs a good dose of Northern-bred sarcasm and self-deprecation.
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Every drink leads to something weirder and weirder.
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Carlile made her 'Saturday Night Live' debut on Saturday night (Oct. 23), appearing as the musical guest for an early Season 47 episode of the late-night sketch comedy television show.
Interview: Lady A Found Healing in Writing New ‘What a Song Can Do’ Album
Lady A were separated for the first three months of the COVID-19 pandemic — the longest they'd been apart since forming the trio, formerly known as Lady Antebellum, in 2006.