Duluth Homegrown Music writes: In 1979 Terry Bradshaw quarterbacked the Steelers, the Knack just released “My Sharona,” The Muppet Movie, played at the drive-in, and Duluth’s original folk maiden Gina Lee began her professional music career. For the next decade, she gigged in rock and country outfits, and then things like family and work took precedent. Now she’s back playing regular solo shows at Quinlan’s, Beaner’s, and Amazing Grace, to name a few. Her delicate vocals haven’t aged a day. Her 12-string guitar sounds as bright as ever, and while her songwriting has matured, her subject matter remains light and optimistic.
Okay. I want to say that although I can have "delicate' vocals as they wrote above, and so far my recordings have been a bit 'delicate' on the vocals, truth is I'm a vocal powerhouse too and you might be surprised when you hear me sing live. I plan, on my next album, to bring out the power of my vocals more! Peace!
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