Vanida Gail is a singer songwriter from Philadelphia. Her song writing has been called “intelligent and thought provoking”. – WMNF, Tampa, Florida
Vanida’s work has been featured on the popular Fox TV show Party of Five, won San Francisco’s KFOG’s “So You Want to be a Recording Star Contest” and featured on the soundtrack to the Oxygen Cable Network documentary, “Motorcycle Diaries” as well as the theme song to “Women in Politics” documentary on Oxygen Network. The product of the Philadelphia music scene, Vanida has traveled the country performing in various clubs, theaters, colleges and festivals and developed her unique sound.
“One of Philadelphia’s best singer/songwriter…”- Michaela Majoun, WXPN 88.5
“Edgy, eclectic, and soulful, Vanida Gail has the ability to capture her audience with her catchy lyrics, powerful vocals, and telling experiences. It is easy to get lost in her hard driving vocals and intense sincerity.” – www.uncensoredinterview.com
Vanida’s musical journey began when she co-founded the band June Rich, named Philadelphia Magazine’s “Best Band”. The band went their separate ways in and since then Vanida has performed both solo and with musicians accompanying. Vanida’s long awaited debut album is titled Lift you up.
Most Popular Mispronunciations of Her Name: Va-ned-a, Va-neet-ta, Van-ne-ta, Va-ne-cia.