Hannah Georgas《5CD》2009-2020/FLAC/BD

Hannah Georgas(生于1983年8月30日)是加拿大流行/摇滚歌手兼词曲作者,总部位于不列颠哥伦比亚省温哥华。在2011年Juno大奖中,她被提名为“年度最佳新歌手”和“年度最佳词曲作家” ,并在2013年Juno大奖中再次获得“年度最佳词曲作家”和“最佳替代专辑”的提名。 ”。

她最初来自安大略省纽马克特(Newmarket),在高中时曾与Arkells的蒂姆·牛津(Tim Oxford)一起乐队演奏,然后移居不列颠哥伦比亚省维多利亚市(Victoria)上大学。

在大学期间,她在一个朋友的录音室录制了许多歌曲演示,并很快引起了其他地区音乐家的注意,于2009年发行了她的首张EP The Beat Stuff。 EP在CBC Radio 3上获得了播音,后来也将Georgas评为2009年Bucky最佳新人奖的获得者。她在音乐BC Songbird West歌手与作词大赛中提交了主题曲“ The Beat Stuff”,并获得了冠军。在2009年纽约市的一场演出之后,Georgas受邀为沃尔玛的商业广告创作一首歌。商店的秋季广告系列中播放了结果曲目“您有一个叫家的地方”。电视节目Def Defing Gravity和Flashpoint中播放了歌曲“ Shine”的早期版本。

她于2010年4月27日发行了首张完整专辑《This Is Good》。该专辑入围了2010年北极星音乐奖。专辑中的两首歌“ Chit Chat”和“ The Deep End”也在2009年与Mark Watrous的单曲中出现。“ Chit Chat”在Cyber​​ Bully配乐中得到了体现。除了巡回演出以支持专辑外,Georgas还参加了2010年莉莉丝博览会巡回演唱会。随后,她为CBC Radio 2的《加拿大颂歌探秘》(2010 Canada Edition)发行了新歌“ Drive” 。

在2011年朱诺奖中,她被提名为年度最佳新人和年度歌曲创作者。她在2011 年的XM’s Verge音乐奖中获得了年度新兴艺术家的称号,并在Sirius / XM赞助的印度独立艺术家中获得了年度独奏艺术家的称号。

2012年,她作为凯瑟琳·爱德华兹(Kathleen Edwards)的支持乐队的一部分进行了国际巡演,她的第二张同名专辑于2012年10月2日与Dine Alone Records发行。在2013年6月,这张专辑入围了2013年北极星音乐奖。这张专辑在2013年的加拿大西部音乐奖中赢得了年度流行唱片奖。

她在2013年Juno大奖中被提名为年度最佳歌曲作者和年度最佳专辑,并在颁奖典礼上演奏了她的单曲“ Robotic”。

2014年冬天,Georgas巡回演出是整个欧洲和英国的City and Color的开幕式。2014年夏天,Georgas出演了Sara Bareilles的开幕式。

她的歌曲“数百万”在片尾被刊登女孩第三季第6,2014年2月9日

她的新专辑For Evelyn以祖母的名字命名,于2016年6月24日发行。首张单曲“ Do n’t Go”于2016年4月29日发行。

2016年秋季,专辑《For Evelyn》在北美,欧洲和英国巡回演出。

在2019年3月8日的国际妇女节上,乔治(Georges)发布了唯一的数字EP 烙印,这是她认为对她有影响力的女性的封面。与她一起出现在EP上的是来自布鲁克林的独立流行乐队Lucius的 Jess Wolfe和Holly Laessig,加拿大民谣乐队The Weather Station的 Tamara Lindeman ,歌手Emily King和Montaigne

2020年6月,Georgas宣布她的最新专辑《All That Emotion》定于2020年9月4日发行。

Hannah Georgas (born 30 August 1983) is a Canadian pop/rock singer-songwriter, based in Vancouver, British Columbia. She was nominated in the categories of “Best New Artist of the Year” and “Songwriter of the Year” at the 2011 Juno Awards, and again at the 2013 Juno Awards for “Songwriter of the Year” and “Best Alternative Album”.

Originally from Newmarket, Ontario, she played in a band with Tim Oxford of Arkells in high school before moving to Victoria, British Columbia to attend university.

While in university, she recorded a number of song demos in a friend’s recording studio and quickly attracted the attention of other area musicians, releasing her debut EP The Beat Stuff in 2009. The EP garnered airplay on CBC Radio 3, who later also named Georgas the winner of their 2009 Bucky Award for Best New Artist. She submitted the title track ‘The Beat Stuff’ into The Music BC Songbird West Singer-Songwriter Competition and won. Following a show in New York City in 2009, Georgas was invited to write a song for a Wal-Mart commercial; the resulting track, “You’ve Got a Place Called Home”, ran in the store’s fall advertising campaign. An early version of the song “Shine” was featured on the television programs Defying Gravity and Flashpoint.

She released her full-length debut album, This Is Good, on 27 April 2010. The album was longlisted for the 2010 Polaris Music Prize. Two songs from the album, “Chit Chat” and “The Deep End”, also appeared on a split single with Mark Watrous in 2009. “Chit Chat” was featured in the Cyber Bully soundtrack. In addition to touring to support the album, Georgas also performed some dates on the 2010 Lilith Fair tour. She subsequently contributed a new song, “Drive”, to the 2010 edition of CBC Radio 2’s Great Canadian Song Quest.

She was nominated in the categories of Best New Artist of the Year and Songwriter of the Year at the 2011 Juno Awards. She took home the Emerging Artist of the Year at XM’s Verge Music Awards in 2011 as well as Solo Artist of the Year at the Sirius/XM-sponsored Indies.

In 2012, she has toured internationally as part of Kathleen Edwards’ supporting band, and her second, self-titled album was released on 2 October 2012 with Dine Alone Records. In June 2013, the album was longlisted for the 2013 Polaris Music Prize. The album won Pop Recording of the Year at the Western Canadian Music Awards in 2013.

She was nominated for Songwriter of the Year and Alternative Album of the Year at the 2013 Juno Awards, and played her single “Robotic” at the awards ceremony.

In the winter of 2014, Georgas toured as an opening act for City and Colour throughout Europe and the United Kingdom. In the summer of 2014, Georgas toured as an opening act for Sara Bareilles.

Her song “Millions” was featured in the closing credits of Girls Season 3, Episode 6, on 9 February 2014.

Her new album For Evelyn, named after her grandmother, was released on 24 June 2016. The first single, “Don’t Go”, was released on 29 April 2016.

Fall 2016, on tour for album For Evelyn throughout North America, Europe and the UK.

On 8 March 2019, for International Women’s Day Georges released the digital only EP Imprints, a collection of covers by women she considered influential to her. Appearing on the EP with her are Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig of Brooklyn based indie pop band Lucius, Tamara Lindeman of Canadian folk music band The Weather Station, singer Emily King, and Montaigne

On June 2020, Georgas announced that her newest album titled All That Emotion was set to be released on September 4 2020.

专辑列表:
2009 – The Beat Stuff
2010 – This is Good
2012 – Hannah Georgas
2016 – For Evelyn
2020 – All That Emotion

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