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Norma's band performing|
with her guest
from P.E.I. at Moose Lodge
Norma, on right
The June Pasher Show
Norma on right|
the June Pasher
She became a popular bass player and performed with such country music artists such as Bobby Bare, Conway Twitty, Waylon Jennings, Dottie West, Loretta Lynn, Bill Anderson and many others at the famous Horseshoe Tavern in Toronto. She appeared on the Grand Ole Opry on two occasions in 1967-68. She traveled the world and entertained in 40 states, Greenland, Philippines, Japan, Viet Nam and Korea.
In the ninety's Norma was a bass player and singer in the famous June Pasher Band in Toronto and performed for several years every Saturday afternoon at OV's Country Club, until the untimely death of June in 2002.
Norma moved on with her own popular band, Norma Gale & Friends and performed every Sunday afternoon for a number of years at Moose Lodge in Etobicoke, Ontario. Just over a year ago, Norma moved back to Moncton due to health reasons which she had to look after.
Norma had two albums during her long career, January, April and Me and April's Angel Food Cake. She was awarded two gold albums from the recording Industry, attaining 55,000 copies for each album. She had a number of single releases, which were: The Wedding-Too Much of You-So Far From You-My Picture Province and What More Can I Say. Atlantic Seabreeze followed her career for many years, and congratulates Norma for her Induction into The New Brunswick Country Hall of Fame.