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Georgina is bringing the feast

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Georgina Pollard is a vocalist, pianist, songwriter and professional vocal coach based in Lismore.

Currently Georgina is touring and promoting her award winning EP How To Film A Feast. This project was recorded at the Nashua Road Recording Studio and was co-produced with Jim Kelly of Tone Ranger Studio. Jim Kelly is a contemporary jazz guitarist and was a co-founding member of Australia’s most celebrated jazz-fusion band Crossfire.

Georgina-Pollard--spotty-dressTracks from How To Film A Feast have earned Georgina a North Coast Entertainment Industry Association (NCEIA) Dolphin Award and she was a 2012 MusicOz Awards finalist.

You can see Georgina this weekend at the Sphinx Rock Cafe Mt Burrell on Sunday from 2pm.

 

 

Find this and many other great gigs in Echonetdaily’s North Coast Gig Guide.

 


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