MUSICIAN & SONGWRITER
LIVE FROM THE HOUSE OF BLUES
Headlining at The House of Blues in Dallas, TX
Behind the Voice
singer. songwriter. storyteller
Born and raised in Austin, Texas, Giselle Grayson is an American pop singer-songwriter whose music is rooted in emotional storytelling and rich vocal textures. Growing up backstage at the now famous Stubb's venue listening to her father, renowned Texas blues pianist Texas Red Sullivan, Giselle was exposed to the music of legendary artists like Stevie Ray Vaughn, Joe Ely, and Willie Nelson. Her powerful vocal style has been likened to Christina Aguilera and Adele, drawing from her deep blues roots.
Giselle's debut album, "Fallen Angel," showcased her evocative songwriting and established her as a promising talent in the world of music. Following its success, Giselle opened arena tours for Grammy-winning artists and played sold-out shows throughout the U.S. Her sophomore album, "Siren," produced in part by Grammy-nominated producer Jaylien Wesley (Britney Spears, Quincy Jones, Snoop Dogg) and Texas music stalwart Graham Miller (SessionWorks), debuted at No. 79 on the iTunes Pop Charts. Garnering radio play across the country, Giselle's live show has been described as "electric" (The Dallas Morning News). 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 is currently recording her highly anticipated third studio album, "Fragments," slated for a 2023 release. The first single, "Fade," showcases Giselle's growth as an artist and is now available on all streaming platforms.With a captivating presence on stage and an unwavering dedication to her craft, Giselle Grayson continues to push boundaries and explore new creative avenues as she cements her place in the world of music.