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Singer/Songwriter, keyboardist, performer...daughter of a dramatic somprano and granddaughter of a big band vocalist, Gina began her professional career at age 12. While in musical theatre. Gina became inspired by Diana Ross' performance in Lady Sings The Blues, and followed to land that same role in a local theatre company, which began Gina's love affair with jazz & blues.
In the years following, she has performed in musical theatre until forming her own band in the mid-1990's. Along the way, Gina as been on stages from New York to Florida to St. Louis, from blues festivals to jazz clubs to Walt Disney World. Some of the artists sh has shared the bill with include Kim Wilson (of the Fabulous Thunderbirds), Debbie Davies, Little Charlie & the Nightcats, Rod Piazza and the Mighty Flyers and more. Other artists she has worked with include late jazz clarinetist Kenny Davern, contemporary harmonica virtuoso and labelmate Dennis Gruenling, and singer/songwriter Peter Karp.
Dennis is a good soul and great player & Gina Fox has great vocals--major talent!
Gina has great stage presence and filled up the Turning Point with the warm sultry spice of her singing. She controlled the horizontal; she controlled the vertical. Watch out for Gina. It won't be long before some record company gets her to sign on the dotted line.
...it doesn't take long to realize this young woman is already a veteran vocalist. Adaptable and diverse, Fox's vocal stylings cover all the bases on this...
Richard Skelly Low-Budget Blues Program WRSU, 88.7 FM
Gina has really hit her niche, Her Name is Gina, is her best effort to date.
In my opinion, which is the only one that counts, an artist makes a sound that is true to them.
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