Gale Franklin is a singer songwriter from Winnipeg, Manitoba. Gale has recently completed her Bachelor of Music Honors with a focus in songwriting from Carleton University. Music has always been a passion of Gale’s and has taken her all over the globe, whether it was learning to play new instruments, new genres, or song writing, music has always been a part of Gale’s life.  

Gale’s debut EP showcases her inherent musicality, captivating voice and creative writing skills. Ranging from pop, R&B and jazz influences Gale’s sound is a delightful blend of powerhouse vocals, soft harmonies and intimate moments.  

She is currently located in St. John’s Newfoundland where she is studying Ethnomusicology at Memorial University. Gale’s research at Memorial University was awarded a Joseph Armand Bombardier Canada Graduate Scholarship from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. Her project involves the role of music making and consumption for new comers to Canada, and how music may shape their identity and experiences as new Canadians.  In addition, Gale plans to continue writing music and become inspired by the sounds of the East Coast.