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Gail Page

When:

Fri 4 Jul 2014, 8:00pm–12:00am

Where: Lewisham Hotel, 794 Parramatta Road, Lewisham, New South Wales

Restrictions: 18+

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  • Admission: Free
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Listed by: jon85

Performing a sweet mix of Blues, Soul & Funk; Gail and her band promise a show which brings a vibe and feel to their audience that rejuvenates the soul, and definitely leaves them with the feeling they have witnessed something exceptional.

Gail is simply one of the biggest voices in the business, praised and acclaimed on all levels of the music industry. A multi Australian “CHAIN” award winner, her earth shattering vocals and bubbly personality draws immediate attention when performing live. Gail’s 1st album “Colours That Run” received 6 nominations out of a possible 7 available at the prestigious Australian Blues ”Chain” awards in February 2008. Gail won Best Female Artist, and Best New Artist; with “Colours That Run” picking up the Best Producer award. Gail’s second album will prove to be even better and is in the final stages of production. The admiration and respect Gail is granted by her peers is second to none; with a whole host of musicians both here in Australia and overseas wanting and waiting to perform with Gail. This show will deliver a bit of the old, a bit of the new, and a bit of the unexpected, and is definitely not to be missed.