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Gina Sicilia at The Boom Boom Room on July 26, 2017


Gina Sicilia
Boom Boom Room
July 26, 2017
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Gina Sicilia had planned a career in journalism, but her natural gifts made music a stronger draw. While she was still in college, her 2007 debut, Allow Me to Confess, was released. After that, things happened fast. She was signed by one of the nation’s premier roots music booking agencies just one week later and began to tour the globe, play major festivals and rise up the blues charts. The album garnered her first Blues Music Award nomination, for Best Debut Artist.

Since then Sicilia has remained in the upper echelon of female blues vocalists, regularly releasing albums that earn accolades and ride the charts, and playing 150 dates each year. Asked about her passion for making music and her tireless pace, Sicilia replies: “Working—writing songs, touring, recording—motivates me. That keeps me inspired and focused. I’ve learned that hard work and experience are what it takes to grow and become a better artist. And I see myself as always evolving, reaching for a kind of perfection within the music I love to make. I’m not sure I’ll ever find it, but I’ll never stop searching.”

Sicilia’s most recent album, Tug of War, celebrates her status as one of the reigning voices in modern blues and marks a potent evolution in her songwriting. The 11-song set is her seventh release since emerging as a doyenne of the genre a decade ago. Today, Sicilia’s experience and the fully realized powers of her warm, flexible, emotionally nuanced singing resonate like never before.

In addition to playing the Boom Boom Room in San Francisco, Sicilia will play at these Bay Area venues on her tour:

Moe’s Alley, Santa Cruz on July 23, 2017

The Big Easy, Petaluma, CA on July 25, 2017

Poor House Bistro, San Jose, CA on July 28, 2017

Listen to “I Don’t Want To Be In Live” from Gina Sicilia’s latest album Tug of War:


About Author

Jeff Spirer is Managing Editor of SF Sonic. He is a professional writer, a professional photographer, and a full-time music lover. He has written and photographed for Mercedes-Benz and Marlon Wayans, although he didn't write comedy, and lots of arts/music productions. He does volunteer photography for non-profits Rebuilding Together and Kitchen Table Advisors.

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