Gwen Majors

Gwen Majors

 Palmdale, California, USA
BandR&BSoul

GWEN PUTS THE SOUL BACK INTO MUSIC AND GIVES YOU SOMETHING YOU CAN FEEL....a sultry songstylist with a captivating stage presence, prolific songwriter and owner of Melodicchic Records. Gwen sings about her life journey and love experiences that everyone in any age group can relate to.

Biography

Born in Martinez, CA, raised in Los Angeles, Gwen began singing at the early age of 4 years old in her Baptist church. She is a sultry songstylist with a captivating stage presence, prolific songwriter and owner of Melodicchic Records. Gwen sings about her life journey and love experiences that everyone in any age group can relate to. She brings an emotional and heartfelt delivery in her performances. You can literally feel her passion as you listen to her smooth, sexy voice. Her mission is to return to meaningful lyrics, good singable hooks and intricate melodies. Fred Pittman, a staff producer at Fantasy at the time, heard about Gwens performances in the Bay Area and signed her to Fantasy Records, recorded her first album and during that time she was the supporting act for the Dramatics. She has toured internationally Japan, Indonesia, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Canada; performed for the King of Singapore. She has shared the stage with James Brown, EnVogue among others. Gwen has been produced by Grady Wilkins (Whispers), Preston Glass (Aretha, Whitney), Felton Pilate (Confunkshun), and D. Tavie (Lakeside). She penned her first club joint All I Wanna Do Is Dance featuring L.J. Reynolds (Dramatics) which was a major hit with the Oakland club scene. Gwen was also honored with the opportunity to cover the Motown classic, "Your Precious Love" with the "Emperor of Soul", the late, great Mr. Ali Woodson of The Temptations. This was his last and final recording. Look for it on her CD release.

Discography

Your Precious Love w/ Ali Woodson
We Should Be Lovers
So Our Love Will Last
To Me You Lied
All I Wanna Do Is Dance /featuring L.J. Reynolds
The Show Is Over
I Feel Like Holding On (featured on the Miami Vice
Soundtrack Episode #58, Cuba Libre)
Since You Went Away
Actions Speak Louder Than Words