After dropping out of college 30 years ago, Gail Weisman decided to play an open mic night at Tierney's Tavern in Montclair, New Jersey. She met some great people that night, who introduced her to more great people, all of whom she's proud to call friends to this day.
Gail is a veteran performer of the famed—and regrettably departed—Wetlands Preserve, an “earth-conscious, intimate nightclub” in New York City, where back in the day she opened as an acoustic solo act for bands such as Blues Traveler. She also was the opener at other NYC venues for songwriters like Steve Forbert.
Someday, Gail hopes to be able to scream like Dave Grohl without suffering permanent vocal cord damage; until then, she lives in the San Francisco Bay area where she entertains herself dabbling in graphic design, jewelry-making, music and other creative pursuits.
You'll find some of her work at gaiadesign.com.