Georgie Jessup’s songwriting 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. The subject of an award winning documentary film, “Woman in A Man’s Suit,” Georgie also has five, well received, CDs available. “Georgie sings from the heart, like a rare flower in a wilderness,” says blues diva Candye Kane. “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.”
The Philosopher Dogs
Bass player Pete Miller’s musical career spans playing everything from in show bands for theater producing, to jazz, rock & roll to tradition Irish music. Pete has played with the Eastport Oyster Boys and O’Malley’s March at nearly every venue in the Baltimore/Washington/Annapolis area.
Playing drums since he was 9-years-old, Eric has played music most of his life. From jazz to rock to orchestra to fusion to funk to blues to Celtic, Eric has been blessed to perform throughout the United States with some incredibly talented artists on all spectrum’s of musical genres.
Bruce Elliott has played the mid-Atlantic region for the past decade, playing with Red Sammy, Retro Deluxe, Too Big to Fail, The Wharf Rats, and others. He has contributed to numerous albums, including one recorded at the famous Cash Cabin studio outside of Nashville. When he’s not playing his guitar, he tries to avoid colliding with satellites in orbit
Christina Van Norman
Sings and plays guitar with Cryin' Fridays. She has worked on many local albums as a producer and session singer and player. She plays guitar, piano, squeeze box, cello and percussion among other instruments. She is also a very talented songwriter. Her song Baltimore Rain is well known in the songwriter circles of the Maryland area. Her work on Georgie's Woman In A Man's Suit and Philosopher Dogs CDs are among her best work and her co-production on Ring of Fire is truly inspiring.