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On Allow Me to Confess, her recording debut, 22-year old Gina Sicilia comes across as a young Etta James, both in the power of her voice and in her repertoire. Based in Philadelphia and more experienced than one would expect from someone at her young age, she performs blues, blues ballads, soul, and some 1960s-style R&B. While guitarist/producer Dave Gross gives some of the songs a 1950s jump blues feel, Sicilia sings a tune apiece from Big Maybelle, Esther Phillips, and Etta James, plus her own originals. Whether any of her songs will catch on as future R&B/blues standards is open to question, but certainly Gina Sicilia will be a force in this music for many years to come.


Genre: Blues

Years Active: '00s, '10s

To be sure, Philadelphia-based vocalist and songwriter Gina Sicilia has come a long way in a relatively short time in the blues world. This is not to say that she's some new up-and-comer, either, as this woman in her mid-twenties has been actively singing the blues and writing her own songs since she was an adolescent. Exposed to blues and roots music by her parents, Sicilia began writing her own songs as a 12-year-old. By the time she was 16, she would have some of the songs that would be included...
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