Gal-Lee, which means my wave in Hebrew is one of those people you feel instantly comfortable with. She is warm and friendly and more importantly, she is driven and focused. There is not much more that she wants to do with her life, other than sing, yet she only started singing at 14 and with very little vocal training her voice is naturally incredible.
Gal-Lee entered Idols South Africa when she was 16 and although she made it through the first few rounds the Judges felt that she needed to grow more as a vocal artist and like Gal-Lee says, in hindsight, she is grateful that happened because she feels she is stronger now in her passion and in her talent.
There is something special, in my personal opinion, about an 18-year-old, who when asked who her favourite artist is, do not reply with the usual, Taylor Swift or Adele. Gal-Lee mentioned musicians that I had never heard of (with great embarrassment) and this is proof of her unique style and genre. Gal-Lee’s style is a mix of folk, jazz and country but I think this artist could sing anything and make it sensational.
Her family is a reflection of her. She is the second youngest of 4 kids and her mom, who was with us in the interview, has definitely instilled a quiet confidence in Gal-Lee. You can see the bond between them is very strong and as Gal-Lee says, her family will always be her biggest support group. As a family, they have lived in Israel, Italy, UK and now have made the South Coast their home, and that travel, which definitely broadens the mind, has assisted Gal-Lee in knowing that whatever happens in the future, she is able to get on a plane and see the world, whilst singing.
Gal-Lee is no stranger to performing live, and has sung at Farm to Fork Feast and at local dance productions and this is where Gal-Lee is at home. On stage, astounding the crowd with the vocal range and the raw talent of a super star, which I believe is where she is headed. She has been on the cover of Miss Pulse and has won modelling competitions, but that is not where the dream is for her.
Please do yourselves a favour, and follow the links attached to hear Gal-Lee’s Single and let’s show our support for some Home Grown Talent who is going to be making waves in South Africa and Internationally in the very near future.
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