Virginia Claire Wigmore is a singer and songwriter from New Zealand. Featured on the Smashproof single "Brother" in 2009, Wigmore went on to release four albums Holy Smoke, Gravel & Wine, Blood to Bone and Ivory, with the first three having been chart-toppers on the New Zealand Albums Chart. She is known for her high pitched and raspy voice.
|Birth name:||Virginia Claire Wigmore|
|Born:||June 6, 1986, Auckland, New Zealand|
|Genres:||Blues rock, pop rock, alternative rock|
|Associated acts:||Smashproof, The Cardinals, Letlive|
|Website:||Gin Wigmore's Official site|
About Gin Wigmore
Featured singer on the Smashproof single "Brother," which stayed atop the New Zealand charts for nearly three months.
She wrote the song "Hallelujah" in memory of her father who died from cancer. It won the International Songwriting Competition in 2004.
She won the 2010 New Zealand Music Award for Best Pop album for Holy Smoke, and was nominated for Single of the Year with "Oh My."
She was born Virginia Wigmore in Aucland, New Zealand. Her sister Lucy Wilgmore played Justine Jones in the soap opera Shortland Street. She also has a brother named Olly.
Her song "Hallelujah" was featured in the closing credits of an episode of One Tree Hill, starring Bethany Joy Lenz.
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- New Zealand female singer-songwriters
- New Zealand female pop singers
- Pop rock singers
- Alternative rock musicians
- New Zealand songwriters
- Female rock singers
- Island Records artists