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George Gaudy

George Gaudy is a London based singer-songwriter, arranger, composer and producer with a gritty and versatile voice and a gift for building catchy, skilfully crafted and carefully arranged songs. George has released the critically acclaimed LP Millionaire (2012) and the EP Will you (2014) via Archangel Music, followed by his first major label releases, the 4 digital singles Mother/Why oh why (2016) and Berlin/Lullaby (2017) via Universal Music Greece and his sophomore LP Little Pieces via his own label, Sun Kid Ltd. He is currently recording his next album in London. His songs earned airplay in most major national radio stations (e.g. EnLefko, Pepper 96.6, ERT), and are regularly featured in playlists and blogs in Greece, Germany and the UK

George Gaudy's songs are parts of a larger work, which sets up its own, strange dance in the heart of an uncharted desert - Avopolis

Career Highlights

  • Signed a publishing deal with Universal Music
  • Synced Mother as the theme song of the hit TV series Eteros Ego
  • Headlined the historic "Gagarin 205" venue in Athens, Greece in 2017
  • Supported artists as diverse as Sivert Høyem's Paradise in Gagarin 205 and The Fun Loving Criminals in Fuzz club
  • Headlined "Young guitars and Heroes festival by Jumping Fish festival" in 2013, sponsored by the largest Greek telecom provider (Cosmote), which was attended by more than 4.000 people
  • Sang the main vocal in IKEA's Greek TV commercial
  • Received Best Song, Best Lyrics and Best Cover art award at the 48 hour music project 2010 contest sponsored by Sony, Aepi, the municipality of Athens e.a.
  • Has been given reviews, interviews and participated as a guest editor in major music websites and newspapers (Clash Magazine, Vice, e.a.)
  • Composed for short films, tv commercials and internet platforms, and licensed songs in tv series
  • Received Best OST award in the Five Continents International Film Festival for Humphrey
  • Earned an MA (distinction) in Songwriting from the ICMP and a classical piano and music theory degree from the Athenaeum Conservatory

Contact: george.woothis@gmail.com +447523831036

Credits:

Mariza Kapsabeli