Angel is an angel of death. Her job is to sing and dance o’er the graves of poor souls in their time of dying. Angel’s character ranges from extremes of wild joy to deepest despair. Loving and leaving, Angel is always on the move. Down lonesome roads, across vast deserts, through dirty old towns, she’s hoping to hop a train that will take her to Mexico where she figures she’ll be free. Angel is new at this gig and she can barely hold a tune, but she stomps, hollers, whistles and wails to a handful of country gospel songs with her guitar, accordion and autoharp. When she is not saving souls, she works out with her jangles and makes junky charms to give away as protection from death. Angel is a wild ride.