Georgie Jessup, a Baltimore area songwriter, is influenced by everything from old school country to Memphis R&B, placing her music firmly in the “cosmic” Americana Music genre. Her lyrics reflect her outspoken advocacy for animal rights, Native American issues, transgender rights and environmental sanity.
She has an extraordinary ability to encourage audiences to look deeply into their prejudices and other transgressions. Consequently, audiences tend to respond emotionally, if not always lovingly. Georgie has developed a successful career by challenging musical styles, personal identifications, and storybook history lessons.
She has released six CD’s:
American Holocaust, Winkte & Crazy Sacred Dogs, Woman in A Man’s Suit, Working Class Hero, Philosopher Dogs and My Work Here Ain’t Yet Done.
| It takes a lot of balls to put the words “American Holocaust” on the front of an album cover…
especially when the back drop is a picture of Mt. Rushmore. I like that. …So I will keep the albums
[American Holocaust & Woman In A Man’s Suit] within listening range…. As they say…’keep up the
Cary Swinney: Johnson Grass Records – Texas
The past few years she has been doing live performances, solo, and as a member of The Cosmic Cowgirls, at local venues.
She is the subject of an award-winning documentary film,
“Woman In A Man’s Suit” film, winner of the Festival Favorite,
Roanoke International Film Festival
(Pride In The Arts)
Check out Georgie & Marty’s trip to the Delta.
“Georgie sings from the heart, like a rare flower in a wilderness. She speaks to us about the deepest issues. Issues that all of us should care about, but so many of us pretend don’t affect us.” blues diva Candye Kane.