Angelo Divino earned rave reviews in Cabaret Scenes Magazine for his original shows, “Let Me Be Frank” and “Lucky So and So,” celebrating the lives and music of Frank Sinatra and Duke Ellington, respectively. In New York, Angelo sang with The Rainbow Room Orchestra at Rockefeller Center, and lead vocals with The Duke Ellington Legacy Band at Birdland. In Los Angeles, he played Mortecai in Howlett Smith's original musical, “Esther.” Angelo performed his shows at the country’s longest running cabaret, “The Gardenia” and has sung at numerous Southern California venues, including Hotel Casa Del Mar, “Twist” at The Hollywood Renaissance Hotel, “The Barbara Morrison Performing Arts Center” and “The Arthur Newman Theatre” in Palm Desert. He’s also performed at Catalina Jazz Club and Rockwell Table and Stage. In November of 2017, Angelo released “Love A to Z,” an album of original Jazz songs, which he co-produced. The album has been reviewed favorably, Nationwide and abroad.