Davies, Gail


  • From Nashville, Tennessee. (Born in Broken Bow, Oklahoma.).
  • Began performing at age 9 in a family band.
  • Late sixties, moved to Los Angeles and performed in several rock, pop and jazz groups, finally returning to country music which she loved best.
  • Early days: worked with Hoyt Axton and Roger Miller.
  • Has recorded hits for Warner Brothers, RCA and Capitol Records.
  • 1980, had first #1 single with Paul Craft’s “Blue Heartache.”
  • 1986, had a group called Wild Choir (recorded for RCA).
  • 2001, recorded a live bluegrass album at the Station Inn in Nashville: Live & Unplugged at the Station Inn (Valley Records).