Gail Davies is an American singer/songwriter and the first female record producer in country music. She is the daughter of country singer Tex Dickerson and the sister of songwriter Ron Davies.
|Birth name:||Patricia Gail Dickerson|
|Born:||Jun 5, 1948|
|Origin:||Broken Bow, Oklahoma, United States|
|Occupation(s):||Singer-Songwriter, Record Producer|
|Labels:||Lifesong Records, Warner Bros. Records, RCA Records, MCA Records, Capitol Records, Little Chickadee Records|
|Associated acts:||Emmylou Harris, Roger Miller, Dolly Parton, Ricky Skaggs, Wild Choir|
|Website:||Gail Davies's Official site|
About Gail Davies
Composed many 1970s/80s Top 10 and Top 20 Billboard hits. She was the first female record producer in country music history.
She was employed as a session singer at A&M Records. She was hired as a staff songwriter with EMI Publishing in 1976 with her first hit being Bucket to the South by Ava Barber.
She was determined to break through as a singer and finally found success with 1980's The Game with its Top 10 hit single Blue Heartache and Like Strangers and Good Lovin' Man, both Top 20 hits.
She became friends with Joni Mitchell early in her career.
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- Country musicians from Oklahoma
- Songwriters from Oklahoma
- Singers from Oklahoma
- Warner Bros. Records artists
- American female country singers