Making a Scene Presents an Interview with Georgia Randall
Growing up in Virginia, Georgia Randall started singing gospel in church at the age of five. While still a teenager in high school she began singing professionally with local bands. Her roots are in rock, blues, gospel, and soul. She has traveled all over the country fronting several bands. Now a singer/songwriter performing her own original music this powerhouse singer remains true to her music roots, mixing up her style to appeal to a wide audience. She performs solo and as a duo, trio, or full band.
Georgia Randall currently has recorded and released two albums “Fly On” and “These Days”
each a blend of blues, soul, and rock. with all tracks composed and arranged by Georgia. At Indiecon 2019, Georgia Randall won two awards, best blues original song for “Fever” from her 1st album (Fly On), and best blues vocal for “You Lied to Me” from her 2nd album (These Days).
A third album, ” Help Wanted”, is scheduled for release on January 2nd, 2020. This album is her best yet and combines her roots of soul, blues, and rock.
Georgia Randall has been compared to Melissa Etheridge, Susan Tedeschi, Bonnie Raitt.. but make no mistake, her style is all her own.