LondonJazz interviewed Georgia ahead of her second Hang at the Pizza Express Jazz Club 10-12 October.
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Georgia has once again been nominated in the Best Vocalist category in the 2018 Parliamentary AND British Jazz Awards alongside luminaries Ian Shaw, Liane Carroll, Zara McFarlane, Tina May, Claire Martin and Clare Teal.
The British Jazz Awards are public awards so you can vote for Georgia in the Best Vocalist and also add her in the Best New Album category for ‘Songbook’ with Alan Broadbent (there’s space in the category ‘Other’) here
Voting closes 30 September.
Georgia announces her 2nd Hang at the Pizza Express Jazz Club this Autumn – a series of stunning bespoke collaborations and new writing.
From last year’s landmark recording, Songbook, with co-writer Alan Broadbent and their subsequent performances in Europe and the US, to her iconic ReVoice! Festival, work with luminaries Ian Shaw, Liane Carroll, Bobby McFerrin and Kate Williams, to nominations in the Urban Music, Parliamentary and British Jazz Awards, Georgia is an artist of boundless creativity and dedication in constant evolution.
2018 also marks Georgia’s 18th anniversary as a professional musician. Do not miss this joyous coming of age!read more…
“one of my absolute favorite new female vocalists” JazzWax review
In June 2018 Georgia and songwriting partner, Alan Broadbent, played their first US dates with their much acclaimed Songbook. Joined by bassist Don Falzone and drummer Dave Ohm they performed at the long established Rochester International Jazz Festival, NYC’s beautiful Kitano Jazz Club and CT’s Side Door.
Georgia performs her original ‘The Last Goodbye’ at BBC Scotland’s Jazz Nights At The Quay.