I was born on the outskirts of Halifax, Nova Scotia, in the Spryfield area. At that time, it sure was a small town, but as it continued to grow, so did the family, so we moved farther south to Harrietsfield, Nova Scotia, where some of my family still reside. I am the last in a famly of 5 children, four girls and a boy. We were all introduced to music at an early age, an enjoyed many a performance of talented musicians in our home over the years.
I learned to play the guitar at age 9 by my mother, just to suprise my father when he came home. I then learned to love the guitar at the learning hands of my father, who was an very well know guitarist in the area of Halifax, Larry Joseph Gaudet. I learned under his patience and care for many years, until his death at age 52 from Cancer before I was able to actually perform with him on stage as it was my final year of high school.
Music has been an important part of my life. I play guitar, keyboard, mandolin, and some accordian (there is a good part of me that is Newfie!). I am pleased to be able to compose my own orignal songs with ease, over the years and share them with family and friends. Now as part of a life long goal, I am sharing my songs with the world.
I moved to Ontario in the early 90's, and now reside in Embrun, Ontario, Canada. I have a loving family at home, My loving Parnter and four children, a girl (9) a boy (12), my Step-son (21) and a step-daughter(17). My 12year old son was diagnosed at an early age to be Autistic, and he has truly inspired me to do more with my life and to follow my dreams.
This is me, and my dream, and I hope you enjoy it.
Love it! Not too often I hear a song that can make me happy and sad at the same time. The perfect kind of Country Song! Good luck Gail :)!
review written by: Kris
I was very deeply touched by this meaningful song... I could put so many people in my thoughts and I agree... I'll just wait to cry (and enjoy them while they are with me)
review written by: Mamahill
review written by: Bill Gray
great song - catchy and just simple and beautiful at the same time.
review written by: melanie burns
Wow! Fantastic stuff! I am so very impressed...and would you believe I'm waiting on a snow storm? Perfect! A wonderful song to be shared during the holidaze.
review written by: Natasha Head
A very emotional song! Well written and sounds great!
review written by: Kris...
Really well done Gail. Definately speaking from your heart.
review written by: Anica Boudreau
You have great talent....wonder where that came from?!! LOL! Inspires us all to participate and give. Would be a great theme song for the cancer association....or should I say "IS a great theme song for the cancer association". Can't wait for more from you Gail! Don't forget us little people!
review written by: Rob Fredericks
I followed a link posted on a friends facebook. Hey Gail I hope you read this cause its really good. Proud of you! I will repost your link, hope you get lots of hits. Catchy tune I am sure I will be humming it for days!
review written by: Abby Miller
I came upon this contest by accident, but really enjoyed this entry. It was a very inspirational song. The lyrics touched my heart as I too have had family members pass away from cancer. I hope her song really goes somewhere and inspires more to relay for the cause.
review written by: Karen McPhee
Nice sound. I really like the lyrics, shows some real talent there. She will do well.
review written by: Roger St. Estiene
What a nice song, you can tell she put her heart into it. Nice Job. I hope she does well.
review written by: Chelsie Rotham