Gay's Story

Gay is a vocalist/guitarist and songwriter from Southeastern Massachusetts. She performs all over Southeastern and Central Massachusetts, Cape Cod, and Rhode Island. Her sound is a bluesy combination of rootsy rock and soul which reflects her love of so many artists who have influenced her...James Taylor, The Allman Brothers, The Beatles, Carole King, Stevie Nicks, Alanis Morrisette, Norah Jones, Journey, and so many more. Although she sings covers of these artists, her original music presents unique lyrics, observations, and reflections from many different influences in her life.

Singing and composing songs since she was very young, Gay has performed in bands, trios, and duos until she finally went solo in 2012. She has since released 4 CDs and has been honored with WMRC local music awards for Best Local Acoustic Solo Act, Favorite Female Vocalist, and Favorite Local Acoustic Act. She has played at hundreds of venues, weddings, and special events.

Gay is also in a duo called "Poof & The Butterfly" with Adam Frost on bass and vocals.

Currently, Gay lives near Cape Cod and continues to be one of the most sought-after local musicians around. When she’s not performing or writing songs, you can find her working on her new creative endeavor, painting.


In Her Own Words:
"I can't remember a time while growing up that I wasn't writing something. I wrote my first songs when I was about 13 years old. They weren't very good of course, but they were mine. My parents bought me a beautiful guitar when I went to high school and I kept all of those songs in its case. It was stolen a few months later and I probably should have been very upset about that guitar, but the only thing that really mattered to me were those wonderful, awful songs. Not every song is a masterpiece, but they're all little pieces of you."