Gin Wigmore is a New Zealand singer-songwriter who has made a name for herself with her unique style. Before pursuing music full-time, she had tried teaching and was studying to become a veterinarian.
Gin Wigmore’s debut album, Holy Smoke, went platinum in New Zealand and gained international success. The album featured her Black Sheep,” whit songs, hich appeared in advertisements for Alfa Romeo cars and Johnnie Walker whisky.
After her father’s death, Wigmore released Holy Smoke to express her grief. The album won New Zealand’s Tui music awards and showcased her distinctive style with the support of Ryan Adams’ band, The Cardinals.