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Belinda Gail

Western headliner Belinda Gail performs Saturday night as OutWest’s SCVTV Concert Series continues in Old Town Newhall.

The multiple award-winning singer, who has frequently performed at the Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival, takes the stage at 8 p.m. at Bobbi and Jim Bell’s OutWest Boutique and Cultural Center at 24265 Main Street. Doors open at 7:30 p.m.

Patrons are asked to make a donation of $20, and the price includes Jim’s famous buffalo chili. As always, dress for TV because you’ll be on it.

RSVP by calling the boutique at 661.255.7087 – and remember, Santa Clarita’s Cowboy Festival returns in late April, so now’s the time and OutWest is the place for you to stock up on your Western attire.

 

ABOUT BELINDA GAIL

Belinda Gail was raised on ranches in Nevada’s Carson Valley and in the California Sierra Nevada foothills near Sequoia National Park. Her rich ranching heritage and love of the West runs deep in her music and evoke the character of the people, as well as the beauty, majesty, and deep connection to the land that only those who have lived the ranch life can truly capture. Ranching and the ‘cowboy life’ are very much part of the essence of this dynamic Western Performer.

Belinda is honored and humbled to be counted among the top female Western Music performers of this era. She has committed her full-time effort to this music for nearly a decade and criss-crosses this country taking her special brand of Western Music to the masses. Her numerous awards are evidence of the level to which she has risen not only with Western Music fans, but with her peers as well. Along with being a gifted singer/songwriter her warm and vibrant personality beautifully captures the “Spirit of the West” and easily wraps itself around her audience.

Belinda Gail is one of the most sought after women performing Western music today. A vibrant and natural entertainer with a dynamic and captivating voice, Belinda stirs the emotions and visions of the West in the heart of every audience she embraces. She truly is “America’s Western Sweetheart.”

As a professional western entertainer Belinda continues to capture the attention of national venues. She tours the Midwest and Western United States extensively and has also performed in Iowa, Michigan, Florida and Illinois and Tennessee, as well as Canada and Austria.

Belinda’s awards include the following:

1999 – Western Music Assoc.  Female Performer of the Year

1999 – Academy of Western Artist Female Vocalist of the Year

2000 – Western Music Assoc. Female Performer of the Year

2001 – Western Music Assoc. Female Performer of the Year

2002 – Western Music Assoc. Female Performer of the Year

2005 – Western Music Assoc. Female Performer of the Year

2005 – Western Music Assoc. Traditional Duo/Group with Curly Musgrave

2005 – Academy of Western Artists Female Vocalist of the Year

2006 – Western Music Assoc. Traditional Duo/Group with Curly Musgrave

2007 – Western Music Assoc. Traditional Album “Red Rock Moon”/Belinda Gail and Curly Musgrave

2008 – Western Music Assoc. Female Performer of the Year

2008 – Western Music Assoc. Group/Duo of the Year with Curly Musgrave

To quote Roy “Dusty” Rogers Jr. “My Mother used to tell me that everyone and everything has an angel. How fortunate for us that Western Music has its angel in Belinda Gail. A truly remarkable talent!”

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