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  1. Angela Tomasa Bofill (born May 2, 1954) is an American singer-songwriter of Cuban-Puerto Rican origins. A New York native, Bofill began her professional career in the mid-1970s. [2] Bofill is most known for singles such as, " This Time I'll Be Sweeter ", "Angel of the Night", and "I Try".

  2. 19 de may. de 2021 · Bofill currently lives with her daughter, son-in-law, and four grandkids: “God bless ’em…A lot of children don’t take care of their parents, just put ’em in a nursing home and “Bye-bye.” Latin and African-American people are accustomed to respect their elders.” -Angela Bofill

  3. 3 de jun. de 2013 · When Angela Bofill (pictured) stepped on to the stage of “ The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson ” in 1979 to sing her hit single “ Try Me ,” her fans knew she would sing the lights out. But...

  4. 24 de ago. de 2021 · Angela Bofill suffered two strokes but neither stroke could take away her positive, humorous personality and her fighter spirit. After she lost the ability to sing, she returned to the stage for “The Angela Bofill Experience” in which she skillfully narrated her life story, while her band and other singers.

  5. 13 de ago. de 2021 · THE HEALTH ISSUE THAT FOREVER CHANGED ANGELA BOFILL’S LIFE Angela Bofill with singer, Chante Moore. In 2006 Angela Bofill suffered a stroke, which she was recovering from. But in 2007 a second stroke struck the songstress, leaving her paralyzed on her left side.