Gaby Duboisjoli grew up steeped in music and performance thanks to her parents’ career as cancan soloists at the Moulin Rouge in Paris. Piano lessons and soloing in the choir throughout childhood at her regional conservatoire expanded her musical universe outward from cabaret and showbiz, and her love of music now spans all genres, with a particular penchant for jazz, funk, soul and blues.
Moving to London from a rural French village at the young age of 17 saw the explosion of music, art and opportunities that she had always dreamed of, and she has been singing ever since.
On stage she has been a member of the Sunday Assembly band and the Sunday Assembly Jazz Collective, London Beat Club (original funk band), Enchorus (Gospel choir), The Chromotones (all female a capella group), The Fabulous Honeys (Big Band) and Frank the Cat (funk and soul function band).
In the studio she has recorded for Column:Inches, Zivonyx and the London Beat Club. She has also top-lined and recorded for british singer-songwriter Andy Evans and french dummer-producer Soufi Orsini.
Her songwriting collaborators include italian singer-songwriter Marcella Puppini, austrian singer-songwriter Sina Moonlake and british songwriter Danny Miles.