Gabby Steel at Ballarat Begonia Festival

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Gabby Steel is an Australian singer-songwriter who has captivated audiences with her enthralling musical style. At just 23 years old, Gabby has established herself as a talented musician with a distinctive voice and a gift for crafting soulful and memorable folk-pop songs.

Gabby’s powerful vocals and heartfelt lyrics are the centerpiece of her music, and she has gained a dedicated following thanks to her honest and authentic approach to songwriting. Gabby blends elements of soul, pop, and jazz to create a style that is both familiar and fresh.

Gabby’s live performances are always a highlight, and she has played at some of Australia’s most prestigious music festivals, including the main stage of Port Fairy’s iconic Folk Festival and the Queenscliff Music Festival. She has also shared the stage with well-known Australian artists such as Owen Campbell, Tex Perkins, and Kate Ceberano, cementing her reputation as a rising star in the Australian music scene.

As a multi-instrumentalist, Gabby brings a range of sounds and textures to her music, and she is constantly experimenting with new instruments and techniques to keep her sound fresh and exciting. With her talent and dedication, there is no doubt that Gabby Steel is a musician to watch in the coming years.

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09 Mar

1:30am - 2:30am

Ballarat Bontanical Gardens

Gillies Street North, Wendouree VIC 3355


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