Although he sang opera as a boy at school, George was quickly drawn to the emerging and exciting music scene of the early sixties, and has been immersed in music ever since. He got his first guitar at age eleven, and found himself writing his first songs aged fourteen, a gift which has continued to grow and develop over a lifetime. With a stunning voice and a ready smile he has the ability to energise and connect with audiences of all ages.
A talented writer and performer, George has toured both nationally and internationally and has shared stages with, amongst others, Sad Café, The Pixies, Teenage Fanclub, Van Morrison, Lemmy, Bonnie Raitt, 10cc, Neil Young, Don McLean and Tina Turner. He is no stranger to big events and has played Wembley Stadium with Meatloaf. George’s musical experience has enabled him to develop into a seasoned all rounder, and he is a great source of advice and expertise in all aspects of arranging, managing and delivering memorable shows.
He recently completed a series of showcase gigs under the title “50 years with a Plectrum” to celebrate that rare achievement.
He continues to perform and record his own music in his own right, but the chemistry of the band brought together by Alan to form The Clik proved irresistible, and the rest, as they say, is history.