AS an unassuming 14-year-old Georgie Taylor captured hearts, wowing Folk Redlands' audiences as a blackboard performer in 2016.
Now she's back as a featured artist at the club's regular monthly event on Sunday, October 20.
Taylor from Thornlands, has already achieved many milestones.
She is an award-winning vocalist/performer, a multi-instrumentalist singer-songwriter and a recording artist/producer.
She can capture the attention of audiences with her lyrics, melodies, and pure voice and has the rare ability to emotionally connect.
Taylor is studying at Griffith University's Conservatorium of Music. In addition to singing, dancing, and acting, Taylor loves to explore storytelling through songwriting and composition.
Earlier this year she released her debut country-pop/folk EP, The Deep, following on from the success of her debut single Insane back in 2018. Her hometown EP launch was a sell-out and received good reviews.
Taylor has been performing her original music at music festivals across Queensland and New South Wales since 2014.
Taylor's career gained traction in 2017 when she won a string of awards, including being a nominee for Redland City Council's Australia Day Cultural Award. She was RedArts Emerging Artist 2017 and graduated from the Country Music Association of Australia Junior Academy of Country Music in the same year.
In 2018 she won a Topology Composing Scholarship and performed in the finals at the Gympie Muster Junior Talent Search. She is a two-time winner of the Redlands Sporting Club Vocal Competition and won the Redlands Modern Country Music Talent Quest as Junior and Overall Winner of 2018. This year, she performed at the Gympie Music Muster.
A highlight for her this year has been to take part in Griffith University's Les Miserables.
She will appear on Sunday, October 20, at the Redlands Country Music Club, 226 Cleveland-Redland Bay Rd, Thornlands. Entry is $3 for Folk Redlands members, and $5 for non-members.
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