“I first made Gail’s acquaintance while I was the managing editor of a small-but- growing music magazine in Philly. One of my duties in this position was to seek, manage and coddle our semi-talented, semi-literate and semi-paid staff of writers and contributors.
“Gail, you rock! You are the writer that all musicians need for getting the right pitch letter or bio. I have been getting more national USA and international airplay from Brisbane Australia to Belgium on the new songs. Your pitch letter works!”
Jana Peri at Stonehenge
“It seems kind of odd for me to be writing an endorsement for Gail, given that we live in the same neighborhood and have been friends for years; that is, unless you know why I met Gail in the first place. It was because of her writing. I stumbled upon a piece she had written about publicists which was posted on the Internet, was immediately intrigued and sought her out. We started corresponding and finally met in person when we attended a film screening and rode the subway home together. Over time, we have become great pals and have seen countless bands together. When I needed someone to write a new bio for me tocoincide with the release of my CD, Catching Flies with Vinegar, it was a no-brainer. If you are looking for someone with a great reverence for music history, tempered with an irreverent sense of humor, Gail is your girl!”
“As one of America’s foremost purveyors of rock criticism and witty pop culture observations, Gail Worley brings a unique and informed vision to the over-hyped music industry and the various media outlets attendant thereto. Her clever and erudite ramblings are a blast of harmonious noise in an atonal universe, while Gail’s unhealthy fascination with drummers keeps her up-to-date with cutting edge rock technologies, proper touring etiquette and what “beat” the kids are dancing to. You should be so lucky to pay Ms. Worley for her words.”
“Gail, you rock! Your writing is brilliant and we are very happy with our bio! For us it was easy: We just threw a ton of information into a big pot, you sifted through it and what we got is a wonderful story what can be used for a movie. Wow, you have that gift that makes it special. We might knock on your door when the next record comes out.”
Love from Manuel, Antonia, Michaela and Thomas of Tripping Horse