Gabrielle Burton ( LADY GAGA)
Gabrielle Burton is a singer/songwriter in the greater Seattle area. She was born in Riverside, California and being a military brat also lived in Germany for a few years before moving to San Antonio, Texas where she grew up. In 2010 she moved with her mother to Seattle, Washington, where she began pursuing her music career.
Gabrielle started dancing when she was 8 years old and is excited to be getting back into it. As a kid, she danced, cheered, acted, and sang. Being an entertainer is what she was born to do. Her first time performing in front of an audience was when she was 14 and sang the national anthem at The San Antonio Iguanas hockey game. Now she sings every weekend with either Bleeding Tree (her top 40 cover band), Poker Face, or The Cove Dwellers (her work band). Gabrielle also plays Violin and piano which will be featured soon.
Her musical influences were and are: Lady Gaga (obviously), The Spice Girls, Alanis Morissette, Korn, Evanescence, Three Days Grace, System of a Down, Jewel, No Doubt, Britney Spears, Mariah Carey, NSYNC, Backstreet Boys, Hanson, The Offspring, Papa Roach, Linkin Park and many more....
We’re exited to introduce you to our Lead singer of Poker Face.... Our Lady Gaga of the greater seattle area....
Gabrielle Nichole Burton
Jaime Jandusay ( DRUMS )
Jaime Jandusay Jr was born on Nov. 13 1967 and started drumming at the age of 9 when he first heard Ringo Starr of The Beatles. His musical interests started expanding more by listening to different drummers like John Bonham of Led Zeppelin and Neil Peart of Rush. He Played in Middle School Marching band. ...Then went on to High School and joined the Jazz Band. After graduating Jaime joined an original band called Abscam and they played for almost 20 years, then moved on to join a top 40 band called Top Of The Iine. He then joined a christian rock band for couple years. Now , Jaime is currently with Bleeding Tree and Poker Face.
Dexter Morgenstern ( BASS )
"Dexter is an artist who dabbles in several of the arts across Washington. He writes as an author, appears in local and commercial film, and plays bass for both Bleeding Tree and Poker Face."