About Georgia Cécile

Tipped as 'One To Watch' by Wonderland Magazine and Jazz FM, Georgia Cécile is at the helm of the new wave of UK jazz crossover artists

Growing up in Glasgow immersed in jazz, Georgia's grandfather was a renowned jazz pianist. Inspired by the likes of Nancy Wilson, Duke Ellington and Stevie Wonder the vocalist and songwriter's debut album 'Only The Lover Sings' topped the UK Jazz and Blues charts and remained in the Top 20 for its first 16 weeks and counting. Scooping 'Best Album' at the 2021 Scottish Jazz Awards, the album - co-written and arranged with her pianist and long-time collaborator
Euan Stevenson - has featured heavily across BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio 3, Jazz FM, BBC 6 Music and BBC Scotland. Described as "possessing timeless values, influenced by the great popular composers of the 20th century - particularly Duke Ellington and Stevie Wonder" her debut album received a glittering 4-star review in Jazzwise Magazine. A gifted and engaging performer, Cécile has been championed by Gregory Porter and Jamie Cullum - she toured as the main support for Gregory Porter - opening four sold-out shows at the Royal Albert Hall. Making waves across the Atlantic, Georgia was selected to perform at SXSW in Austin, TX in March 2022. At the 2022 Jazz FM Awards Georgia was crowned 'UK Jazz Act Of The Year' and 'Vocalist Of The Year' during a star studded event at Shoreditch Town Hall in London.

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