A star already on the rise, singer-songwriter Angie Aparo earned widespread
acclaim when Faith Hill and Tim McGraw each covered his songs.
But in April 2016, he suffered a debilitating stroke. Doctors managed to stabilize his
symptoms, but stroke caused him to forget how to speak, much less write music.
Thanks to a strict recovery regimen, Aparo’s injury slowly began to heal. And nearly
a year and a half later, Aparo played for a sold-out crowd and released
the Album, Life Is a Flower. Life Is a Gun.