Angie Alan is listed in the credits for the following albums:
|1989||Illustrator||Somewhere in the World||Background Vocals|
|1990||Washington||Every Time||Songwriter, Background Vocals|
|1990||Tim Miner||A True Story||Background Vocals|
|1990||Kim Boyce||This I Know||Background Vocals|
|1991||Yvonne Belieu||More Than Emotion||Songwriter|
|1991||Washington||Serious||Songwriter, Background Vocals|
|1992||Millions & Millions||Millions & Millions||Background Vocals|
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, a decision which would later be instrumental in her solo career.
Angie Alan was signed to Frontline records in 1989 and released her debut self-titled project the next year. Produced by Tim Miner, the album featured a blend of upbeat pop tunes and R&B influences. Her sophomore project The Bottom Line boasted several hit tracks including the title tune which reached number one on CCM Magazine's CHR chart.