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Gina Holsopple | 2015

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by Gina Holsopple

Indie Folk...Farm Punk...the illegitimate daughter of Joan Baez and Melissa Etheridge
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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1. A Little Bit of Water
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2. It's Okay
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3. We Are One
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4. Cabin in the Woods
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5. The Place I Love
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6. Let Go
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7. Fingertips of Time
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8. Back to You
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9. Change Comes
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10. A Path I Already Know
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11. Saints and Sinners
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12. Little Songbird
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Album Notes
Gina Holsopple’s inauspicious beginnings as a Mennonite girl growing up in the middle of the Kansas prairie gives Gina’s voice a soul that is tough to find in this fast-paced world. Music has always been a part of Gina’s life, from Sunday mornings to Friday evening jam sessions with the rest of her family and whoever else happened along for the evening. Gina began playing piano in third grade, picked up the violin in fourth, and settled on the guitar as her favorite when she was 16.
After graduating from high school, Ginamade her way to a small town in Indiana to continue studying music. Spending four years working to become a classically trained musician was enough to send Gina right into New York City’s east village, where she became a regular at all of the anti-folk open mic nights. However, a Mennonite girl from the middle of Kansas can only last so long in the big city, and she again finds herself in a small town in Central New York. Here, she has made a name for herself teaching music lessons and performing, and in her spare time, you can find her gardening, canning, baking bread, and harvesting wild edibles.
Gina performs across the country and just released her 9th album. She is a three-time winner of the New Song Contest at the Walnut Valley Festival in Winfield, KS (2009, 2010 and 2013), winner of the 2012 Wayne County Original Music Competition in Wayne County, NY, winner of the Performing Songwriter Contest at the 2010 Avalonfest in Paw Paw, WV, and the winner of the 2007 Schroeppel Songwriter Series contest in Schroeppel, NY. Gina has also performed at Oswego, NY's Harborfest 2004, 2011, and 2012, performed at the 2003 SXSW Music Festival in Austin, TX, and was a featured performer in the New Artists’ Showcase at the 2000 National Women’s Music Festival.
Gina’s clear vocals and down-home sound have become a favorite for fans from New York to Minnesota and Chicago to Baltimore. Her lyrics have been highly commended by both reviewers and fans. As an accomplished musician, songwriter, and performer, her music has been described as “captivating,” “inspiring” and “ethereal with a sense of longing.” Her unique style is described as "Indie Folk," "Farm Punk," and "the illegitimate daughter of Joan Baez and Melissa Etheridge." So listen closely -- Gina’s lyrical, acoustic musical style is nothing less than enchanting.

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"Gina's voice penetrates souls."
~ Fan, Oswego, NY

“Her meandering melodies and winsome voice are sure to make your foot tap, head bob, and lips open wide with a smile.”
~ Brad Crescenzo, MuzikReviews.com

“…Holsopple gives us acoustic guitar, lyrics that encompass the personal and social activism, and a sweet voice whose self-harmonies are smooth and warm.”
~ Alicia Wallace, On Tap, Washington, DC

“sometimes punchy, sometimes poignant…”
~ Jenny Ivor, Rambles

“Gina’s easy-on-the-ears voice, and harmonies…make you feel like ordering a double Americano and lighting up a smoke…”
~ M. Alden, Girl Player

"Gina's voice is pure joy, sometimes low and husky, other times soaring to high notes as though the sky were the limit…”
~ Linda Hood, fan, New York City



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