Ingenious singer songwriter multi-instrumentalist George Montague is an exceptional musician with immense energy, and countless contagious original songs.
Playing piano and guitar, George is known for entertaining and rousing enthusiastic audiences in uplifting song with his versatile vocals. G enhances his phenomenal live shows by featuring live-looping vocal harmonies and beatboxing, creating remarkable hooks to accompany his abiding melodies producing dynamic performances, solo or with his notsobigband.
The full richness of George Montague’s undaunted and intelligent play with a myriad of musical textures can soon be experienced on his captivating and extraordinarily ear-catching new album ‘Curiouser and Curiouser George’ the must-hear release of Summer 2016.
“Charismatic and talented pianist and songwriter… Daft Charming Original” Tom Robinson BBC 6Music
“High-octane Boundless Energy Exceptional Refreshing” Kat Orman BBC Radio
“A true instrumentalist…” Sam Bonham BBC Introducing
“The one man orchestra… a musical god” Lechlade Festival
“The very cool and very cheeky George Montague…” Petworth Festival
"I love it when you're in the studio...That is incredible, the energy is bounding off you in waves. Sounds bloomin' lovely." Kate Justice BBC Radio Gloucestershire
“People who have used the phrase ‘tearing the place apart’ haven't heard George Montague who has redefined the term…” Wychwood Festival: Stephen Morris BBC News
"the engaging and charismatic George Montague on-stage presence lights up the room. Utilising guitar, ukulele and keys as well as beat box samples, his positivity shines through and translates into powerful and unique songs." Danny Brothers For Folk's Sake
“A considerable talent, a powerful singer and a more than useful instrumentalist. He’s also got a genuine stage presence, albeit a decidedly wacky one. Mainstream success may beckon…” The Jazz Mann: Cheltenham Jazz Festival
“Youthful singer/songwriter George Montague entertained with a stirring solo set, promoting his funky album ‘Have You Met George’ and winning a lot of fans.” Jazzwise Magazine: EFG London Jazz Festival