“Astounding vocal and musical ability” (Brian Harman, www.bluesart.at)
“Natural and compelling” (Jonathan Blackstaffe, Blues In Britain)
“A stunning performer” (Michael Mee, Blues Matters!)
Gail Muldrow is unquestionably "one of blues music's most exciting talents". She is one of the leading lights in the blues field. Her knockout live performances have made her one of the hottest artist on the contemporary scene.Gail has earned a well-deserved reputation for raw energy and crowd-pleasing shows. A highly charismatic stage performer, Gail Muldrow is able to stretch out in the live setting and demonstrate her considerable guitar skills. The critics called her a "fiery guitarist who makes the spine tingle with her unbridled raw energy."
Her vocal versatility is amazing, reminding of the time when singers all had a distinct difference to one another. Gladys, Aretha, Etta are obvious influences in her vocal style. She has also become a member of the Family Stone - not in the sense that she played on any of the other Sly and the Family Stone albums during Sly's time - but she is a driving force in bringing back together what remains of the Family Stone in various combinations. She has been a member of Family Without Stone around 1989 and in 2004 she join The Family Stone Experience aka Life: The First Family of Funk - featuring former Family Stone members Gregg Errico and Jerry Martini. The latter says that "Gail Muldrow is one of the finest singers and entertainers anywhere in the world". With that connection it is pretty obvious that Gail's guitar playing involves a lot unk. Although she has not been a member of Sly and the Family Stone in the 70s, she has been a member of Graham Central Station for two years and she is featuring on the 1977 album "Now Do U Wanta Dance". In addition Gail played with famous funk musicians like Prince and Chaka Kahn. On the other hand Gail's repertoire includes a lot of blues and she doesn't only play the guitar - she is also a terrific singer.