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Gin Wigmore

Singer/songwriter Gin Wigmore crafts emotional, intelligent folk-pop in the vein of contemporaries like Feist, Fiona Apple, and Brandi Carlile. Born in Auckland, New Zealand, her big break came after beating out 11,000 talented participants to win the International Songwriting Contest in New York, which resulted in a record deal with Universal Music Australia. Wigmore released her debut EP, with the award-winning "Hallelujah" (a deeply personal song that dealt with the passing of her father) as its centerpiece, in 2008. A full-length debut, Holy Smoke, arrived one year later, featuring performances by former Ryan Adams backing band the Cardinals. Gravel & Wine, originally released in New Zealand in 2011 and in the U.S. in 2013, was a huge-sounding dance-pop album that, like her debut, went platinum in New Zealand. Wigmore headed to Blakeslee Recording Studios in North Hollywood, California for her third studio long-player, the much anticipated Blood to Bone. ~ James Christopher Monger
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Gin Wigmore

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Albums by
Gin Wigmore

Top Songs by
Gin Wigmore

  1.   Song
  2.   Black Sheep
  3.   Written in the Water
  4.   New Rush
  5.   Singin' My Soul
  6.   Dirty Mercy
  7.   Kill of the Night
  8.   Devil in Me
  9.   Nothing to No One
  10.   Oh My
  11.   Don't
  12.   I Will Love You
  13.   24
  14.   Holding on to Hell
  15.   These Roses
  16.   Willing to Die featuring Logic
  17.   In My Way
  18.   Black Parade
  19.   This Old Heart
  20.   Happy Ever After
  21.   Dirty Love
  22.   Man Like That
  23.   Too Late For Lovers
  24.   Mr. Freakshow
  25.   I Do
  26.   Golden Ship
  27.   Dying Day
  28.   Don't Stop
  29.   S.O.S.
  30.   Hallelujah
  31.   New Revolution
  32.   Under My Skin
  33.   If Only
  34.   Poison
  35.   One Last Look
  36.   Hey Ho
  37.   Easy Come Easy Go
  38.   DFU
  39.   Saturday Smile
  40.   Sweet Hell

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