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  • Latest: Georgette Hilton - ages ago 14th January 2012, 1:50pm

    thank you for your comment and feedback. Your exacly right, I often find it hard to catigorise my music when people do ask because they only way understand and write my music is from a personal expression or some experience. I am very influenced by jazz as I was brought up with it around the house. Thank you for mentioning the wardrobe.. i agree it would be a fanastic venue and will hopefully be going down in the next few weeks. :0) btw I love to know who you are xxx

    and thank you elfm for having me.. had a brill time! xx


  • spiritoftheunivese - ages ago 12th January 2012, 2:41pm

    Wonder if we could do without categorisation in introducing/reviewing music? Wouldn’t say we are listening to ‘folk’ music here. What about simply calling it ‘new music’ from an individual artist – the songwriter and her accompanists?

    Georgette’s voice has a ‘jazzy’ quality. She would be able to improvise freely and be prepared to take risks at experimenting with her vocal effects and delivery. I’ld say her particular area is that of expressing deep emotions. She could have success in writing songs focusing on the experience of other young women eg having a child early and so on.

    The Wardrobe, Leeds, would appear to be an ideal venue to showcase her talents.

    Good luck Georgette!


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