Gii means heart in the language of the Gamillaroi people. We have chosen “GiiMusic” as the name for our folk band. GiiMusic was founded by Troy Russell and Bree Baxter in 2016. Both have a deep love of folk and art music always looking for fresh and new ways to tell a story. The vocalist is Leila Hamilton hails from Hill End and Troy and Bree met Leila at a series of concerts held in Redfern NSW.  

GiiMusic

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GiiMusic

Bree Baxter

Violin

Bree first held a violin at the age of five. She played folk violin as a child, inspired by the music played in her Dad’s celtic band. Bree studied classical violin at university, but has always been drawn to jazz, folk and contemporary music. Russell and Baxter met in a blues outfit and immediately had mutual respect for each other musical  talents. 

Troy Russell

guitar banjo mandolin

Russell has played in and around the Sydney music scene for more than three decades, playing in different outfits that has covered rock, folk and reggae. Starting his musical life early, Russell has found himself in a position to have this band as an outlet for the stories he has to tell through different artforms from art music to theatre and combining them into rich stories that can capture an audiences imagination. (photo by Jamie James)

Leila Hamilton

singer

Hamilton started singing at the age of 4 and she is no stranger to the stage. Hamilton met Troy Russell at the Redfern Community centre where she was having vocal training to get back into singing after finding she had spare time to revisit her passion she quickly found herself singing for Russell's guitar classes. Leila Hamilton hasn't looked back. (photo by Jamie James)

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GiiMusic at Singing Up Country

27 Myoora Road, Terry Hills

Singing up Country is a showcase of First Nations lead music that breaks boundaries. Helped by the church staff and friends and family of St Anthony in the Fields, Singing Up Country is fast becoming an event to watch in the future.

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