G-Force Revue

Introducing G-Force Revue...

Sisters Emily (15), Hannah (13), and Olivia (11) are G-FORCE! - You'll be amazed by this contagious trio who made it through Vegas and the Top 40 live round of NBCs "America's Got Talent" in 2009. They were also showcased in the NAMM Show (National Association of Music Merchants) in Anaheim, CA and Nashville, TN. They recently appeared with Jim Brickman in his Summer Music Festival and "Messiah Rocks" with Networks National Tour in Cleveland's Playhouse Square Palace Theater. G-Force's young singer, Emily, has also performed the National Anthem for the Cleveland Cavaliers, Cleveland Indians, Monsters Hockey, and Lake Erie Crushers. The girls have also performed on channel 3 WKYC's "Good Company," & "Live On Lakeside," Fox 8's "That's Life" with Robin Swoboda, and T.V. Guide. G-Force has made guest appearances at Playhouse Square, Stocker Center, Cleveland's Q104 "Wilde & Fee," K96 Country, WEOL with "Les in the Morning," and WOBL & WDLW. The girls have also been featured in the Chronicle, Morning Journal, Amherst News Times, Scholastic News, & Sandusky Funcoast; and the house band at the Kalahari Water Resort in Sandusky; as well as many fairs, festivals, and events.


G-Force is one of the youngest all-girl bands to perform hits by current pop stars, Disney celebrities, favorites from the 80s, and classic rock. The band features Emily on guitar and vocals, Hannah on bass & back up vocals, and you won't believe your eyes when you see lil' Olivia feeling the beat on her drums. At ages 4 & 5 these talented musicians from the Northeast Ohio area all enjoyed playing the drums and making guest appearances with their dad in his country band Kentucky Thunder. By age 7 they moved to bass and guitar. With their father a guitarist and their mother an opera and musical theater singer, they performed in church, private parties, and festivals. The family branched out professionally and originated in 2006 as G-Force - its name inspired by the power of their music...and the difficulty of the "Gendics" last name to pronounce and spell.

The girls enjoy playing popular music of all styles and genres, but have also created original music as well. At the age of 8, lead guitarist and vocalist, Emily, wrote "The Car Keys Song," and "The Same," and at the age of 9, "My Appreciation." G-Force tours with other performers, their family, and two younger brothers Cameron (6) and Christian (5), who have already started to join them on drums. Though many students are gifted on an instrument, the combined abilities and youth of this tight ensemble make G-Force unique and appealing to audiences of all ages, and musically inspiring to children. Contact Us about having G-Force perform for you!


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