Gary Lynn Floyd
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Gary Lynn Floyd

North Hollywood, California, United States | Established. Jan 01, 1978 | INDIE

North Hollywood, California, United States | INDIE
Established on Jan, 1978
Solo Pop Singer/Songwriter


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Gary Floyd's performance at Stone Street Theatre was incandescent. He has a ready smile and easy charm that radiates out into the audience. His singing voice is strong, clear, and pure. When he plays the piano, it is with love and tender care and the instrument responds in kind to produce beautiful melodious notes. Watching Mr. Floyd perform is to experience total ecstasy. The songs he performed came from a variety of genres - country, adult contemporary, gospel - some of which he had penned himself. The songs flowed easily from one to the next. His jokes about his career were genuinely funny and increased the bond between him and his listeners. If you have only experienced Gary Floyd in musical theatre, you owe it to yourself to experience his vocal and musical skills in a more intimate setting. - by Joseph Melnicoff

Gary Floyd is the real find at the Hideaway. His smooth original ballads pound with soul and fire. - Dallas Observer - Elaine Liner

Gary Floyd, a prolific recording artist in his first theatrical role, does double duty as music director and the piano-playing nerd who attracts all the women without quite knowing why. He's a natural. - Dallas Morning News

Lots of performers become an overnight success. Gary Floyd became king in a day, "King David", that is - and one of the big men on the Dallas theater scene.
Mr. Floyd, who makes a living as a singer and instrumentalist making recordings and doing corporate events, hadn't done theater since high school. When his friend M. Denise Lee persuaded him to try it again, he doubled as performer and music director for Contemporary Theatre of Dallas' "Pump Boys and Dinettes". Mr. Floyd displayed comic talent and shy sex appeal, along with his musical chops and nabbed the 2004 Leon Rabin Award for best supporting actor in a musical. - Dallas Morning News - Lawson Taitte

Gary Floyd is why the Higher Power of Evolution created vocal chords. His voice: eargasm. - Elaine Liner

This year, the best productions also featured the best acting. Gary Floyd as the bon vivant George Gould Strong in WaterTower Theater's "Grey Gardens" topped Broadway's version. - Dallas Voice - Arnold Wayne Jones

One of the show's true standouts is Gary Floyd as George Gould Strong. He is remarkably handsome and his singing voice could melt the hardest of hearts. He is stellar as the gay beau of Edith Bouvier Beale. -






Influences: Kenny Loggins, James Taylor, Keith Green, Vince Gill, Andre Crouch. 

His original ballads pound with soul and fire - Dallas Observer

Hes a natural - Dallas Morning News

Watching Floyd perform is to experience total ecstasy -

This is why the Higher Power of Evolution created vocal chords - TheaterJones

Gary is a singer/songwriter originally from Houston, Texas.   He has quickly become one of the prominent voices in New Thought music.  His song, Unbound was recently named the theme song for the Global Womens Empowerment Network.  He was nominated for three Out Music Awards for his critically acclaimed EP, The Gospel of Zen, and was featured on the CW Network television series, TroubadourTx, a music documentary featuring Texas singer/songwriters.  His song, Unbound, won the 2012 Hollywood Music in Media Award for Best Adult Contemporary song.  He recently recorded his new CD, BODYSOUL, with award winning producer Doug LeBow, which will be released in early spring 2014.  He will be a featured artist at the upcoming New Thought Music Festival in Riverside, CA with fellow artists Eddie Watkins, Jr, Denise Rosier and Harold Payne.  Gary is also an award winning actor, and his theatrical credits include Pumpboys & Dinettes, The Full Monty, Crimes of the Heart and Next To Normal.  For more information, visit  

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