SHOW DESCRIPTION After the success of her first EP "Don't Be Mad" which won the Vox Pop Award in the Folk/Singer Songwriter category in The 10th Annual Independent Music Awards (June 2011), and also won the “Searchlight: In Search of a Song Competition” in April 2011, Gina is happy to announce the release of her first LP, August 2012 titled “Gina’s Picture Show.” With Gina Cimmelli at the helm, the band is a mash-up of well sought after musicians, all groomed from Boston’s notorious Berklee College of Music. Gina and her band, featuring Jeni Magagna (Upright bass), Matt Weber (Percussion), Stoddy Blackall (Keys), & Shay Spence (Guitars) perform throughout the New England and New York area. “[Gina Cimmelli] will take you on a lively roller coaster ride full of upbeat tunes mixing in some crazy love songs.” -City Limits "Wonderful voice, engaging musical style... take it from me, you won't be disappointed, this lady is an excellent singer/songwriter, and she has a very distinctive musical presence" -Kathy Millar, Artist Spotlight WHUD 100.7 “Hear Gina Cimmeli, a groomed musician from Berklee College of Music in Boston. Her wonderful voice and engaging musical style is what makes her newest EP, Gina’s Picture Show, stand out among the rest.” -Coffee House Channel, Sirius XM Radio "Her new song, 'Forget,' is a doozy. Featuring a twisting rhythm with a handclap and harmony ending, 'Forget' is a whirlwind of precious pop." -Lee Levin, Knox Road
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8 - Gina's Picture Show 9 - Ryan Andrews' Requiem 10 - Return of Simple 11 - Miles
Sounds Like: Regina Spektor, Ingrid Michaelson, Norah Jones, Feist, St. Vincent
Bio: Independent Music Award winner Gina Cimmelli’s latest EP begins in a dark, sweet whisper, making her fondness for haunting, beautiful melodies immediately apparent. Though often held in the same light as Feist or Regina Spektor, subtle timbres in her voice show hints of Billy Holiday and Ella Fit...See Full Bio
“This one from Brooklyn based singer/songwriter Gina Cimmelli is simple, poignant, and completely captivating”