Georgia van Etten is a soulful, blues-driven songstress based in London with a unique voice and a badass mouth trumpet. She has wowed audiences globally from major festivals in her homeland Australia, to Ronnie Scotts to famous European stages like Montreux Jazz (Switzerland), Porretta Soul (Italy), and Jazz à Vienne (France).

"enthralling audiences around the world with her refreshing creativity and rich vocal tones"
The Telegraph, UK

Together with a killer 10-piece band, Georgia recently released her debut EP: Live at the Pool Studio. Lead single ‘Take My Hand’ gained airplay on BBC Radio 2 with Jamie Cullum remarking "Love her voice, this really blew me away when I first heard it," and its video premiered in prestigious UK publication The Telegraph. UNILAD SOUND featured a short clip from second track 'Sugar' that reached viral views and shows off van Etten's impressive mouth trumpet coining her the 'Human Trumpet.' Major Australian blog The AU Review premiered the video for 'Sugar' with excellent response proving her honest songwriting is just as fierce as her voice. The success of her debut EP also led to a run of sell-out London dates, and a highly successful Australian tour. 

"A voice so full of texture and experience"
Jamie Cullum


 "Not only has this gifted performer a great vocal delivery but she plays mouth/vocal trumpet too...Here's a songstress who can definitely blow her own trumpet.”
Blues & Soul Magazine, UK

In 2014, armed with one suitcase and zero connections, Georgia made the gutsy move to London. Since then she has earned an incredible response, performing at foremost venues like 606 and Pizza Express Jazz Clubs, guesting with soul legends like Omar at The Hideaway and Earl Thomas at Ealing Blues Festival and headlining Europe's largest smooth jazz festival 'Stompin' On The Quomps.' 

“The band knew it. The audience knew it. The autograph and selfie-hunters certainly knew it. A killer combination of soul and sass, Georgia Van Etten is a superstar in the making.”
Gill Wing, Show Media

Georgia has written and recorded extensively with soul-electro artist and producer Alice Ivy who has quickly risen to fame in Australia after success with tracks 'Touch' and 'Almost Here' that feature van Etten. Together they have toured the UK and Germany and recently played the famous 'Falls Festival' in Lorne, Australia as well as supported Foster The People at The Forum, Melbourne. In 2017 she also featured on London Topaz track 'Midnight' which was heavily celebrated in the electronic scene. 

"Georgia van Etten has contributed vocals and it makes the track oh so silky smooth.”
Stereofox (on track: 'Touch')