A native of Youngstown, Gail Stringer began singing as a child in her father's (Bishop Emmitt Nevels) church choir. Over the years she continued her singing eventually forming a group with her sisters known as the Nevels Sisters. The group would go on to sing on many stages and venues throughout the country over the next thirty years before making their first major release which included their signature title track, "Company."
In November of 2010, Gail married her husband, Jonathon Stringer, in which they currently reside in Warren, OH.
In December of 2011, Gail came off the road for an extended period of time to devote more of her time to God. She was eventually guided into a ministry of praise and whorship in which she is determined to be used by God to mend the broken hearted, heal the sick, reclaim the backslider, and reach the lost and suffering souls.