Gina Birch

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Gina Birch performing at Celebrating Sisterhood!, The Verge at The Cheshire Ring, 2012.

Gina Birch (born 1955) is an English musician and filmmaker, probably best known as a founding member of The Raincoats.

Born in Nottingham where she attended Nottingham High School for Girls, Birch formed The Hangovers and released an album, Slow Dirty Tears, in 1998. In 2002 and 2007 she performed live at Ladyfest and continues to play mainly in London, England. In September 2007, she played live at the Modern Art Oxford to commemorate the end of their Stella Vine exhibition.[1]

She has two adopted daughters named Honey and Lei-Lei.

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  1. ^ "An evening of Britpunk and Britart", Oxford Contemporary Music, 21 September 2007. Retrieved 13 December 2008.

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