Gadget White Band
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Gadget White Band


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"Paula Kasey, Classic Rock 94.7FM-Mornings"

"Mark my words, this band is going nowhere but Up, Up, Up! Better quit your day jobs gang and start packing those bags". - Paula Kasey


"Mainstays of the DC area, Gadget White Band is a local band not to be missed. Their guitar driven tunes and soulful soundings get listeners hooked by the first riff". -

"Music Monthly"

"Gadget White Band is from DC and they kick ass. Plain and simple like. Their release "Serious Butterflies", is a friggin' damn s*** kickin' power play and all the good and bad folks need to inject the soul with this life force of phatitude". - Music Monthly

"Washington Post"

The Gadget White Band, named after it's lead singer and primary writer, makes a strong impact with straight-ahead power rock tracks exploring the demands, disappointments and occasional delights, of modern romance. - Richard Harrington


"Bottom line: The grit gets in your teeth from this female rocker. Impossible to pick out the hits, they're all hot". - Ben Ohmart


Gadget White * Gadget White
Gadget White Band * Serious Butterflies
Also available at Waterloo records in Austin, TX


Feeling a bit camera shy


The main strength of the Gadget White Band is, you guessed it, Gadget White. She's a rock mama of the first order.

Imagine Lone Justice marrying Sheryl Crow (playing around with Melissa Etheridge on the side) and you'll have some idea of what's going on here.
As a songwriter, everything is penned on Gadgets heartfelt sleeve. A rather smooth sandpaper voice helped out by backing vocals from Dana Starr and sibling rhythm section Joni and Jimi Lovvorn.

In addition to questions about her influences. She is often asked how she got her name. The answer, "My Grandfather gave me the nickname while I was still in the womb". It stuck

Fast forward to age 18. Fresh out of high school, she joined the Navy. Upon completing her four year stint, she moved to Washington, DC. There she fronted various cover bands. She taught herself to play guitar and soon discovered she had a talent for writing.

1995, Gadget set off to record her first self titled CD Gadget White at Lodge Studios in Indiana.

2001, she and her band released Serious Butterflies Whites second CD. By this time, she and her bands dynamic live performances had earned them a respectable following that grew with each performance.

2004, Gadget moved from the Nations Capital to the Music Capital Austin, TX.

In addition to having her songs placed in film and Television, Gadget has contributed songs to six compilation CD's including a double disc CD entitled Coming Up/Listen To What The Man Says. It includes tracks from Bare Naked Ladies, Semisonic & Matthew Sweet.

Gadget has toured with Bad Company and has opened for Joan Jett, Johnny Winter, Eddie Money and Nazareth, Big Brother & The Holding Company, Patti Griffin and David Lee Roth.
Second stage support for REO Speedwagon, Styx, Journey, Foreigner and Chicago.