Georgia Shackleton is a folk singer and musician best known for working with traditional material from East Anglia. She works with fiddle, voice, tenor guitar and drones to create crisp arrangements of old songs, and new compositions. Georgia is a critically acclaimed songwriter, with self-penned songs and traditional re-workings achieving national radio play on BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio 4, BBC 6 music and a BBC 3 live session. Georgia takes great influence from the traditional singers of the East of England such as Harry Cox, Walter Pardon and Phoebe Smith. The traditional material she performs often stems from her native East Anglia and her own compositions are often inspired by stories from the region and the area’s
unique, compelling landscape.