She traveled the earth (50 countries) with her band and supporting dancers. Today this is done by many stars, but then there was Gwen, (inspired by Tina Turner) but a wilder, more aerobic version, perhaps going one step beyond with her high flying dance movements and unpredictable stage exploits. Then tragedy struck; her husband, John, was felled by a severe stroke and diagnosed with cancer. She disbanded her show and put her career on hold to personally provide hands on care in his recovery. Being uncertain about his survival, she resolved to record everything he had written, arranged and loved - Surprisingly, over a ten year period, he slowly and miraculously made a full recovery - He not only survived but thrived; contributing many original songs and arrangements. During this period of performance hiatus she explored many different genres, directed and coached by musical wizard, vocalist, and chief producer, Joe Mumford, with contributions by Bob Ware, Johnny Rogers, and Marvin Moses - Meanwhile, she maintained herself physically with consistent dance class and gym training to go along with her vocal explorations She also reinforced her faith and vocal capacity by singing in her church choir every Sunday for 10 years, also taking advantage of an opportunity to rehearse and perform with Love Machine (locally) - the reknowned group she started with -she found pleasure, fun, and a break from her therapy responsibilities. Presented here are her recordings from around the world along with those recorded while on hiatus, all featuring her universal perspective. They are now available here on line for your enjoyment and purchase. Each has a distinct flavor shaped by her vocal stylings - Enjoy! You'll find each a pure delight.
Join her on a tour of her concert, club, and TV performances around the world. She traveled the globe before the present day era of global media saturation made it possible for many artist to do so. At her height, during the 80's & 90's she was considered around the world by her fans in many countries as "America's Most Exciting Female Entertainer".