Georgia Omarah is a 35-year-old singer-songwriter, whose voice has been described as raw, able to move people to tears. She discovered her love of music at 11 with when she started piano lessons at school and wrote her first song, which she still performs today. She has gone on to write and perform many more songs, wanting to make music her career.

Although Georgia started at such a young age, it wasn’t until 4 years ago that she dedicated her time to making the best out of her voice and unique style of songwriting. She draws inspiration from artists such as Carole King, Joni Mitchell, Adele and Sam Smith to name but a few. Georgia has worked with a number of people on her latest works, including Irish music producer Robert Macleod ('Tomorrow' Universal 'Candle for Kosovo' Grapevine Records, B*witched and chart topping band Rain).

Georgia has become quite popular on the festival circuit, making appearances at the Grinagog Festival, Glas-Denbury Festival, Paignton Regatta, Bradninch Music Festival, Bradninch Musical Gardens Festival, Exmouth Music Festival and Exeter Street Arts Festival.


She has also appeared on many popular radio shows on Radio Walkham, BBC Introducing Devon and Cornwall, Phonic FM, Radio Exe, Phonic FM and Riviera FM on a number of occasions. 


Georgia is currently preparing to record and tour her first solo album.

"A singer with real emotion: powerful, dedicated and professional."
Lee Rawlings
Montagfire Events & DJ at Phonic FM
"Soulful Songs of hope."
Visual Arts Radio
"Extraordinary, great vocals and thoughtful tunes."
Alpha Tide
"Emotional and touching songs from the heart."
Michael Chapman
Film Director