MUSICIAN & SONGWRITER
LIVE FROM THE HOUSE OF BLUES
Headlining at The House of Blues in Dallas, TX
Behind the Voice
singer. songwriter. storyteller
Giselle is an American pop singer-songwriter. Born and raised in Austin, TX, Giselle grew up backstage as her father, Texas Red Sullivan – a renowned Texas blues pianist – played with Stevie Ray Vaughn, Jesse Taylor, B.B. King and Willie Nelson. Her music is rooted in emotional storytelling and rich vocal textures. Giselle's powerful vocal style has been likened to Christina Aguilera and Adele and her soulful sound draws from her deep blues roots. Her music has been featured on iTunes Top 100 charts in the United States and she has toured extensively in the US, the Virgin Islands, and Asia.
Giselle burst onto the scene with her first studio album, SIREN. The 13-track album was produced in part by Grammy-nominated, Billboard charting producer Jaylien Wesley (Britney Spears, Quincy Jones, Snoop Dogg) and Texas music stalwart Graham Miller (SessionWorks). SIREN debuted at No. 79 on the iTunes Pop Charts and has since garnered radio play across the country. Giselle's live show has been described as "electric" (The Dallas Morning News), and she has opened arena tours for Grammy-winning, Billboard artists and played sold-out shows throughout the U.S. Her tour success has included sold-out shows at Emo
Following the success of her debut album, Giselle spent the next few years touring and performing around the world. In 2020, Giselle announced that she was taking a break from touring to go back into the studio to record her upcoming album, FRAGMENTS. The album is slated for a 2023 release and its first single, "FADE," is now available on all streaming platforms.