Gail Page

Award Winning & Nominee Artist’s

Australian Female Blues Artist of the Year
The Voice Australia Finalist 2015
6 of the prestigious Australian Blues ”Chain” awards
Best New Artist
Best Producer Award

Originally from Sydney she now calls Semaphore home. Gail Page has one of the biggest voices in the business. Her earth shattering vocals and bubbly personality draws immediate attention when performing live and leaves the audience with the feeling they have witnessed something exceptional and special.

Gail’s album “Colours That Run” was completed and launched in November 2007 and Received 6 nominations out of a possible 7 available at the prestigious Australian Blues ”Chain” awards in February 2008. Gail has won Best Female Artist, and Best New Artist; with “Colours That Run” picking up the Best Producer award.

Gail has performed as a headliner at venues and festivals throughout Australia. Her mix of Blues / Soul & Funk brings a vibe and feel, which rejuvenates ones soul. Every show promises to be a moving and memorable one.

Gail simply has one of the biggest voices in the business. Her earth shattering vocals and bubbly personality draws immediate attention when performing live and leaves the audience with the feeling they have witnessed something exceptional and special. Gail sees her music as a “sacred” place, drawing inspiration from her Aboriginal/ Irish heritage, coupled with a lifetime of experience.

Gail first hit the Sydney music scene back in 1993 when she joined up with Parris Macleod’s band “The Mix” as the Sunday residential at the Beachcomber Hotel. Gail continued on for the next two years at the Beachcomber, where she performed with many of Sydney’s finest musicians that joined “The Mix” including Mal Eastick, Kirk Lorange, Gordon Rytmeister, Sunil de Silver, Garry Steel, Paul Green, Andy Atwill, Roby Seracussa, Steve Furnley and many more.

This experience gained her widespread respect as an incredibly promising and powerful blues and soul singer. It is no surprise that when Gail announced she had decided to put aside her music and pursue a new life west of Adelaide in South Australia, this came as a shock to fans and music industry alike.

For twelve years, Gail focussed on her new life. This period had a significant impact on Gail, for in 2007, Gail joined up with Parris Macleod again where they co-wrote and produced Gail’s first album.

Production on the album “Colours That Run” started in August 2007 and was completed and launched in November at Sydney’s famous music club, The Basement, to a capacity audience.

“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.

Since Gail’s sudden shot to Blues fame she has performed as a headliner at venues and festivals throughout Australia. Performances include Australian Blues Festival, Thredbo Blues Festival, Gosford Blues Festival, Goulburn Blues Festival, Tamworth Country Music Festival, Sydney Blues Festival, Patonga Blues Festival, and Blues on Broadbeach Festival to name a few.

Recently, Gail has performed at a variety of venues and festivals with numerous big names in the Industry. The admiration and respect she is granted by her peers is second to none; with a whole host of musicians both here in Australia and overseas wanting to perform with Gail. Guest artists who have appeared with Gail include Kevin Borich, Calvin Walsh, Jan Rynshart, Adam Pringle, Mal Eastick, Phil Emmanuel, Harry Brus, Mark Kennedy and Glen Terry among others.