Georgie releases new EP ahead of Manchester Albert Hall date

Georgie will support Jake Bugg at the Albert Hall Manchester

Georgie has announced her new three track EP Too Much TV will be released ahead of her forthcoming UK and European tour supporting Jake Bugg including a Manchester gig at the Albert Hall.

Featuring three brand new songs, highlighting her rich, powerful vocals and deft songwriting, Too Much TV will be released alongside Be the fire and Mathew E white produced live favourite Wildcat.  The EP is due to impact on 16 February.

Not always destined for a life in music, Georgie had a promising career in professional football looming ahead of her, but the sudden discovery of a guitar and her uncle’s record collection whisked her off the pitch and into her bedroom to hone her musical craft. She quickly mastered the art of blagging her way into pubs underage in order to play open mic nights, and it wasn’t long before her rich soulful voice and honest, reflective songwriting had earned her local notoriety – after one pub crowd demanded a fourth set from her in a single evening, she failed the next day’s history GCSE exam due to the exhaustion. It wasn’t too long before her relentless graft paid off when her music caught the attention of local hero Jake Bugg, who took her with him on an intimate UK support tour.

Where and when will Georgie perform in Manchester?

Georgie supports Jake Bugg at his Manchester gig at the Albert Hall.  The show is one of 13 UK dates which follow a brief run of European dates:
19 February   –   Glasgow, Fruitmarket
20 February   –   Glasgow, Fruitmarket
21 February   –   Carlisle, Sands
24 February   –   Bristol, Colsten Hall
26 February   –   London, Palladium
2 March   –   Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall
4 March   –   Leeds, Grand Theatre
5 March   –   Manchester, Albert Hall
7 March   –   Margate, Winter Gardens
8 March   –   Warwick, Arts Centre
11 March   –   Southampton, Guildhall
12 March   –   Exeter, Great Hall
13 March   –   Bristol, Dome

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