Album & Reviews

Here are links to sample my music.  To buy the album, click on 'Buy Album'

The physical CD album is now available for purchase on the SHOP page.

Feel free to listen to a demo of three songs from the album.

Reviews.

 

 

 

Courtesy of Gavin Fitzgerald - Editor - The Songsmith (Songwriting Society of Australia)

- February 2018 Concert - Volume 31 Issue 01

Beautiful Dream - "...has such a strong flowing melody that I instantly remembered it from when I've been

at The Harbourview. Almost lilting in an Irish melody, the song has haunting lyrics that grabbed the

audience."

Feel Worthy Now - "...had a good melody and you can tell Gia means what she sings. Quiet and gentle in

her way, but all the more  powerful as it's a true representation of herself."

When Will You - "The soft, pulsing piano started "When Will You?" which are its questions with tasty

melodies, which had dynamics in their memorable hooks.  A song that definitely entranced the audience's

ears, as "Life is not a dress rehearsal".  A sentiment I'm sure we all could follow.  A great set, for a

newcomer to the Society stage...."

Courtesy of Gavin Fitzgerald - Editor - The Songsmith (Songwriting Society of Australia)

-  April 2018 Concert - Volume 31 Issue 03

Beyond This Time [Suddenly] - "...a song about life. The melodic, flowing piano settled Peter, who had been

walking around.  Gia has a positive essence in [her] presentation and lyrics. Combine that with her smooth,

persuasive vocals and you get an easy feel from her material that's very calming.  Gia's lyrics are

conversational, like chatting with a good friend, but always have strong melodies.  Team that up with a

good hook song and you have a great performance."

That Is Why - "...has fluid, entrancing power lines and a bluesy edge to the vocal.  Good lyrics in a tight

performance that's almost like true, experienced advice.  The chorus is very hooky with a strong melody.  A

tune beautifully done."

 

Contrasts - "After getting rejections following a great long-term job's end, Gia was despondent,

so she wrote [the job song] to cheer herself up.  So, it's quite a humorous song done in an almost nursery

rhyme style.  The piano melody riff is very tasty.  A definite song to uplift you when you are feeling down.  

Once again, the chorus features a strong melody."

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