Gail Sings
Voice Over Demos

Gail Becker's album Small Day Tomorrow is available for purchase for $10. To request a copy, please use the Contact page.

Gail has been no stranger to the cabaret world, having been at it for over twenty years. Her highly anticipated debut album Small Day Tomorrow was produced in Chicago and released May of 2006. A collection of jazz and cabaret songs, Gail spans decades of genres from the early 1940's standards to the intricate 3 part harmonies of Stephen Sondheim. She even includes a few gems from her critically acclaimed show "Can't Stop Talking" the music of Betty Hutton. Lighting up Davenport's Cabaret Room in Chicago, Jeff Rossen of Cabaret Scenes named it one of the Top Ten Cabaret Shows of 2002."Becker creates nothing less than pure magic." (****)

"Though she can play it cool in such an environment, a bent for drama and sensitivity may be more her natural instinct. The album is varied not only in musical style, but attitude as well. It's more about communication and making an emotional point. ... the title song (Bob Dorough/ Fran Landesman) and the opener, "The Friendliest Thing." ... They also present Gail in fine form, sounding confident and in charge." Rob Lester Talkin' Broadway

In July of 2003, Gail was part of a five person cabaret show called "Explicit Lyrics", which performed to sold out audiences. "Gail Becker, (who) brought down the house, has a voice with a crystalline Broadway edge," Jennifer Vanasco, Chicago Reader.

Gail has been heard at:

West End Cafe, NY, NY
Portage Center For The Arts, Portage, WI
The Plush Room, San Francisco, CA
Park West Chicago, IL
Drury Lane Michigan Ave, Chicago IL
The Royal George Theatre Cabaret Room, Chicago, IL
Davenport's Piano Bar and Cabaret, Chicago, IL
Overture Center, Madison, WI
The Brink, Madison, WI
The Comedy Club, Madison, WI 
Pop's for Chanpagne, Chicago, IL
University Club, Chicago, IL
The Mercury Theatre, Chicago, IL


She entertains at many venues that still love to promote live music, and enjoys jumping back on the theatre stage whenever she gets the chance. Most recently, in Madison she has performed with Middleton Players Theatre, Four Seasons Theatre, Madison Opera, Forward Theatre, Savoyards, and Children's Theatre of Madison.

Gail belongs to a few special types of singing organizations.  One of her favorite groups is The Prohibition Orchestra of Chicago where Gail is a lead singer.  They perform original charts for a 10-piece band highlighting music from pre 1940 only. Now living in Madison, Wisconsin, Gail is a member of the Wisconsin Chamber Choir, a prestigious 38 strong vocal chorale.  For the prior 3 years, since 2007, she had been 1 of 130 excellent singers with of Apollo Chorus of Chicago, the oldest established choir in the nation.  

3Girls3, her renowned unique girl group, has been entertaining audiences for over 10 years.  This top cabaret group, which boasts two other great talents; Heather Moran and MaryMonica Thomas, perform fabulous blending harmonies that span from the Andrew Sisters to Burt Bacharach, to the Dixie Chicks. Their newest show is a celebration of Barry Manilow's genius.  Gail is honored to be listed with MarymonicaMusic.com.