The second single from Arna Georgia's debut EP "Midnight Carousel".
Arna Georgia is a county singer/songwriter born and raised in Sans Souci, in the city of Sydney. Throughout the last 10 years, she has obtained a certificate IV in performance, a Bachelor of Music majoring in Music Theatre and most recently graduated from the CMAA Academy of Country Music in early 2016, where she was mentored by a number of leading Australian Country Music artists and industry professionals.
Throughout the last two years, Arna Georgia has performed at a number of country music festivals including the Tamworth Country Music Festival, Bluewater Country Music Festival, Gympie Music Muster and Tamworths Hats Off to Country. She has been lucky enough to support Amber Lawrence and Catherine Britt in the Southern NSW leg of their “Love and Lies” tour in 2017 and become a regular in the Sydney music scene as a singer/songwriter. She is currently on the road with Amber Lawrence and Travis Collins opening for their ‘Our Backyard’ show and with Bill Chambers as band member and special guest in venues around Australia.
In Late 2016, Arna Georgia took a 5 week trip to Nashville and Texas, in which she played venues in both states, and played as part of the ‘Sounds Australia’ showcase in Nashville.
Arna Georgia’s debut record ‘Midnight Carousel’ was released August 2017, debuting at #2 on the iTunes Country charts and at #19 across all genres. The record gained airplay around Australia and the debut single and video clip entered the CMC charts at #43. The record, produced by Bill Chambers included 7 tracks with songs co-written with Bill Chambers himself and the title track co-written with Catherine Britt. Highly influenced by the Carter Family, Hank Williams and Johnny Cash, the record has a unique, raw and traditional country sound.
“I was immediately impressed with her original approach to writing in a way that combines cool lyrics with simple arrangements, resulting in song that sound fresh and new but still retain a healthy dose of the traditional country sounds of the past”
- Bill Chambers