Gina Larner
16th November 2024 - 7:00 pm
The Lodge at Deaf institute

Hailing from Brighton, Gina Larner is a singer-songwriter known for her unique blend of country and pop-rock, drawing inspiration from legends like Fleetwood Mac, KT Tunstall, Lily Allen, and Kacey Musgraves. Her debut album ‘Something Good’ is nominated for BCMA’S ‘Album Of The Year’.

Influences from Fleetwood Mac, KT Tunstall, Lily Allen and Kasey Musgraves.

Gina’s reviews describe her live performances as having “bewitching tones and weaving an intoxicating spell of guitar…” (SLAP Magazine) as well as ‘witty…draw[ing] in her audience like pins to a magnet’.

The depth of Gina’s musical prowess is unmistakable in her material and performances, a testament to her graduation with first-class honours in music. This showcases the depth of expertise she brings to her craft.

“I sing and write Americana and country pop. People often see the pink hair and assume punk, but I’ve just loved Americana and country since I was a kid – I really like Stevie Nicks, KT Tunstall and Kacey Musgraves and I listen to a bit of Dolly Parton too.”

“I’ve been writing for a long time, ….the 14 year-old me did not write bangers… hopefully, the 24-year-old me is writing better songs. I like to think my writing is very honest,…. that’s what I aim for.”

Gina, a burgeoning young songwriter, signed to Knoxsongs, a boutique music publishing company.


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