Grafton artist’s job is to inspire talent in Ozaukee

July 5, 2021
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Angie Mack of Ozaukee Talent wants to harness the skills of her students of all ages at her Grafton home.

“This is honestly the best job you can ever imagine. I love working with musicians and actors. I feel really lucky to be doing this,” Mack said. 

Mack trains aspiring artists from southeastern Wisconsin ranging in age from 3 to 83.

“I have 35 students signed up per week this summer. I usually show older people the shortcuts because they aren’t really into the tricks of the trade and just want to keep the rhythm going,” she said.


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Angie Mack is a musical director, performing artist, blues educator and writer who has a wealth of experience and connections in the arts and entertainment industry.

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