Real Housewives of Melbourne star, Gamble Breaux is keeping it classy, releasing a new dance track to get people grooving in isolation.  Many thanks to Hamerspace producers Troy Nababan and Leon Todd, who transformed Gamble’s lyrics and vision into an amazing new version of ‘Classy’.

Composed by: Troy Nababan, Leon Todorovich. Hammerspace Recording Studios.

Lyrics by: Gamble Breaux. Photography: Peter Coulson. Artwork: Simon Robins


Fire & Fury

Real Housewives of Melbourne star, Gamble, Unleashes the Fire & Fury

LIVE & EXCLUSIVELY at Feast, Adelaide’s LGBTIQ Queer Arts and Cultural Festival

**Saturday 10th November 2018**

More info on Feast, Adelaide’s LGBTIQ Queer Arts and Cultural Festival

Fire and Fury is the title of Gamble’s new track she has written EXCLUSIVELY for Feast (Adelaide’s LGBTIQ Queer Arts and Cultural Festival). She will be performing the new single LIVE at the Opening Night Party for the very first time in Australia.

The song is an anthem to celebrate pride and diversity that co-insides with the anniversary of the same-sex marriage survey results announcement.

“Fire and Fury is about empowerment, to embrace who you are and proudly show it to the rest of the world!” said Gamble.

Moving away from the typical pop music genre that most Real Housewives dabble in, Gamble embarked on a different path. Her first single titled This Time feat. Jason Singh,  debuts on the AIR Charts at #5 on the 100% Independent Singles chart and #9 on the Independent Singles chart.  Gamble then followed up her first hit with I Can’t Tell You Why – still with an array of soulful lyrics but set with an easy rock tone, but this time (no pun intended) Fire and Fury mixes elements of pop, country and rock music all into one fast tempo power ballad inspired by the works of Queen.

The song was written by Gamble along with co-writers and producers Leon Todorovic and Troy Nababan at Hammerspace Perth. Gamble will perform with her band, also named Fire and Fury, featuring guitarist – Leon Todorovic, drums – Cameron Barrett, and bass – Troy Nababan.


I Can’t Tell You Why

The song pretty much sums up every pointless argument I have ever had with my spouse. To me, there was only one way to cover this song. True to the original, however, taking the tone of a woman trying to rationalise an argument the morning after.

The remake of the Eagles’ classic was produced in Perth by Troy Nababan. The single features the cream of Australia’s rock musicians: Cameron Barrett, Ryan Rafferty, Leon Todorovic and Troy Nababan.

The original was written by Timothy B. Schmit, Glenn Frey, Don Henley in 1979.

The music video for “I Can’t Tell You Why” was directed by photographer Peter Coulson, who also directed the music video for “This Time”.

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“This Time”

Hi everyone, I’m super excited to announce the release of “This Time”.

The song was written and produced by Jason Singh and Lukether Batterbury.

I performed it at Melbourne’s iconic Athenaeum Theatre to my gorgeous husband, Dr Rick Wolfe, for our anniversary.  I hadn’t been on stage for 20 years before this moment.

When I was a young woman, my life’s direction took a massive detour.  My singing career was going well.  I was a signed Singer/Songwriter with Warner Chapel Music.  I had plenty of studio time under my belt and I wasn’t even twenty yet.  It came as quite a shock when I started losing my hearing. It was due to otosclerosis.

Although I had surgery to fix the condition, I never trusted my hearing until now. If you can’t hear, you can’t pitch.  It broke my heart.

Rick organised the most amazing boost to my hearing.  Afterwards I felt so confident that I started taking secret singing lessons. I would sneak out once a week to meet up with Carolyn Waddell, who is better known in the theatre set as Cal.

Rick and I love live music and we hired Jason Singh to play at Luke’s twenty-first.  Rick has tried to encourage me to get up on stage to sing with all matter of bands since I met him, literally every time a band is in our general vicinity.   To the musician’s relief I have always said no.  Not this time.  I asked Jason to help me.   To my relief he agreed to and wrote the most amazing song for me to sing to my husband.  It’s called “This Time”. I cry almost every time I try to sing it.

It has given me new life.  Jason Singh and Lukether Batterbury are the most brilliant producers.  I chose Valentine’s Day to release the song.  I hope you love it as much as we do.

Hugs, Gamble Breaux 

“This Time” Music Video Directed by Peter Coulson

Written and produced by Jason Singh and Lukether Batterbury


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