Our guest for this episode is the Australian singer/songwriter Georgia Delves.
The stage moniker of Georgia Delves, Georgia State Line blends both vintage and contemporary sounds to craft songs steeped in Tennessee sunsets.
Honest, agile, and refreshingly self-assured, Georgia State Line’s unique brand of country-infused melancholy yields music that’s equal parts heartsick and hopeful.
Born and raised in the regional Victorian town of Bendigo on a balanced diet of guitar, voice, and classical violin, Georgia Delves sang in Catholic school choirs by day and cut her teeth on the local pub music scene by night.
It was her grandparents who introduced Delves to her beloved American country music of the 1960s and 70s. In this, Georgia Delves had met her match. Armed with her guitar and a book of lyrics heartfelt and resolute, she moved to Melbourne and started a band.
September 24th is the day of her debut album “In Colour” recorded by James Cecil (Architecture in Helsinki, The Orbweavers) at his studio, Super Melody and documents Delves’ journey ever since.
Shining with empathy, creativity and courage, it’s a release that will further cement Georgia State Line’s place at the center of exciting Australian music-making.
She has appeared at festivals across the country including Tamworth Country Music Festival, Australian Music Week and Out On The Weekend, and opened shows for country-music heavyweights, Eilen Jewell (USA) and Justin Townes Earle (USA).