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Gevin Fax

State: California, USA


Gevin's on-going love for motorcycles landed her a principle role in a Turner Broadcasting Documentary called, "Biker Women", in which she not only rode her motorcycle across country, but also sang in several shows along the way. The documentary aired worldwide on TBS, Life Time, The Learning Channel, and The Discovery Channel. Gevin is also a 4-time Cover Girl and has appeared in Rolling Stone, People, Time, and various magazines all over Europe.


A native Californian, Gevin's passion for music (playing and singing) was well-defined by the age of 13 when she learned to play the guitar at catholic school. She started singing in ski lodges and coffee houses (which paid her way through college), but finally started to bring the house down with her band Galadriel when she hit Hollywood. She made her Hollywood debuts at the Whiskey-a-Go-Go and The Troubadour. Her explosive vocal quality, unique style, and charismatic presence has captivated even the most opinionated rock and roll music fans.


Gevin earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Education/Psychology and a Masters Degree in Education. Her love for others and her passion for life make her a force to be reckoned with. Her high energy does indeed convey her passions, especially when those passions align with others.