Gail Davies was the first female Record Producer in Nashville. In 1973, she was encouraged to run her own sessions by Henry Lewy (1926-2008). It was not easy to establish herself as a producer, but she was determined. As a result, Gail has assisted the careers of hundreds of artists over the years. While juggling her career as a producer, Gail also wrote and recorded her own music, topping the charts several times and penning classics, such as, “Bucket of the South,” Blue Heartache,” and her biggest hit, “Someone is Looking for Someone Like You.” Gail also produced a tribute album for her late brother, the songwriter, Ron Davies, which includes several of her favorite songs that he had written during his distinguished career in music.
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