Georgia Omarah

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Artist Or Band Category: Soul / Funk / R&BArtist Or Band Tags: blues, devon, georgia omarah, and soul

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  • Georgia Omarah is a versatile singer, songwriter and pianist, with diverse influences ranging from Carole King and Jo Harman to Adele and Amy Winehouse. Her unique genre-busting performance style offers much for discerning music lovers. Unafraid to tackle difficult subjects, including bereavement and mental health, Georgia draws upon her personal experience to craft beautiful, melancholy lyrics with haunting, resonant and unexpected melodies. Her songs are instant “earworms”. Georgia’s heartfelt performance often moves the listener to tears. But her music has an uplifting quality; it reminds us that, ultimately, we have much to be optimistic about. 

    Recent performance and broadcast highlights include BBC Introducing, Grinagog Festival, Macmillan Cancer Support’s Green Light Unplugged album, BBC Radio Devon’s Soundlaunch Stage at Glas-Denbury Festival, Palace Theatre Paignton, Exmouth Music Festival and Paignton Regatta.

    Georgia’s debut EP, “Take My Hand”, is now available. It features original compositions in a range of styles, touching on blues, soul, pop and soft rock, with a hint of jazz and classical thrown in. Each song, with its own unique identity, takes the listener on a soul-searching journey. 

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    “Georgia Omarah’s music is written from the heart … an outstanding musician and lyricist, one of Devon’s musical treasures.”

    Ted Evans, Riviera FM

     

    “A singer with real emotion: powerful, dedicated and professional.”

    Lee Rawlings, Montagfire Events

     

    “I don’t think there was a dry eye in the room during Georgia’s performance, such was the heartfelt and meaningful way she told her story through her song, which she sang beautifully and with dignified grace.”

    David Durrant, Media for Good