Gia Wyre leaves for CA to pursue her career
Gigi Tinsley | 9/19/2013, 9 a.m.
Gia Wyre, affectionately and professionally known as the “songbird,” has made the painful decision to leave Miami and seek her due fame in San Diego, CA on Sept. 25.
Born in Miami, Nov. 7th 1972, Gia was singing at the age of five. She was a member of the Miami Girl’s Choir of the University of Miami from age 9 -15. Then she was privileged to sing throughout the nation.
At the age of ten, Gia sang at Carnegie Hall and in 1995 at a Summit in Miami she sang for former President Bill Clinton. She has shared the stage with Billie D. Williams and Tichina Arnold in the stage play “If These Hips Could Talk” [2000-2003]; with Kim Fields and Aaron Hall in the annual stage play “I’ll Always Love My Momma.; and co-starred with Clifton Powell, Demetria McKinney,Robin Givens and Angela Winbush in Church Girl .
She has shared the stage with gospel music greats, such as Karen Burrell, Dorothy Norwood and many others.
"Gia has a voice that is a gift from heaven,' Marshall Davis, director of the Culture Arts Center [6161 NW22nd Ave.] said. Her voice is not only pleasing to the ears but also empowering to the soul. God bless her in her new ministry."
Her stage performances are known to be captivating and soul reaching. She has been featured in the Sister Sister Magazine and described as "uplifting,funny,soul stirring,and anointed. Her sultry style of singing has touched hearts around the country.
Gia was the music director for Mt. Moriah Missionary Baptist Church in Perrine.