Gabby La La

Gabby La La


Multi-instrumentalist Gabby La La performs kooky and spooky indie pop songs on sitar, ukulele and accordion while being accompanied by drum and bass! The songs are about wishes, walks, butter and eggs (among other things)


Gabby La La knew that she wanted to be a musician and performer since she was five years old!

She began singing songs from her favorite movie "Annie" and soon started taking piano lessons.
Some children play doctor, or chef, but Gabby played "superstar" and used the ends of her curtain rods for microphones!

After learning piano for several years, Gabby picked up the accordion, guitar, and then settled on the sitar.
Gabby Studied North Indian Classical Music at the Ali Akbar College of Indian Music for 4 years and then continued her training at The California Institute of the Arts where she received a BFA in Sitar Performance.

Gabby La La's style has been described as "Kooky and Spooky", "Experimental", and "Unusual" but no matter what you call it, La La's music will always bring a smile to your face.

Gabby's first album "Be Careful What You Wish For..." was released in 2005 on Les Claypool's Prawn Song Records.

She is currently performing and writing new music and working on a mini graphic collection of her songs.

Gabby La La has performed with Les Claypool, Buckethead, Bernie Worrell, Rat Dog, P Funk, Snoop Dogg, Weapon of Choice, Dakah Hip Hop Orchestra, The Benevento Russo Duo, and J Boogie's Dubtronic Science, to name a few!

Gabby La La is available to do childrens performances as well:)


Be Careful What You Wish For...

Gabby La La has appeared on the following cds:

Les Claypool: "Purple Onion", "The Big Eyeball in the Sky", "Of Whales and Woe",

"J Boogie's Dubtronic Science"

Baby Elephant's "Turn My Teeth Up"

Set List

1. Back Pack
2. Butter and Eggs
3. Take Away Taste
4. Walkie Walkie Walkie
5. Be Careful What You Wish For...
6. Boogie Woogie Man
7. Whip In
8. Twins

Gabby La La perfoms a 30-120 min set

Gabby La La focuses on all original material but sometimes performs Michael Jackson's "Another Part of Me" and Roy Orbison's "In Dreams"