Booking an average of at least 200 appearances annually, Gaily is a celebrated and sought-after solo musician with an expansive repertoire of music with the experience to match.
Gaily was raised in a musical home, training as a classical violinist in Pasadena, California. As a young musician, Gaily was concert master in local orchestras and string ensembles. After graduating from Penn State University, Gaily returned home to Los Angeles and joined forces with a live hip-rock-soul band called '4th Avenue Jones'. Once the band was signed to Interscope records, Gaily acquired her first electric violin to meet the demands of a heavy rehearsal and tour schedule, sharing the stage with such artists as: Sheryl Crow, Eminem, Black Eyed Peas, The David Crowder Band, and more.
Gaily earned credit as the first known hip hop violinist and honed her performance skills, performing a wide variety of musical styles for audiences all over the world.
After seven years with the band, Gaily returned home to pursue solo endeavors and creative projects. She currently resides in Allen, Texas and maintains a successful freelance career as a performer and performance coach.