This undeniably bright star of the Sta’atl’imx Nation from the interior Lillooet British Columbia has earned his artistic integrity. His debut album, Just Where I’m At (2000), garnered international recognition, establishing him as a respected singer, songwriter, guitarist, and performer, winning “Best Male Artist” and “Best Rock Album” at the 2000 Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards. The video of its popular single, “Young Enough,” reached the Top 5 on the coveted Bravo Video Hit List and the Top 10 on the Much More Music chart and won ”Best Music Video Award” at the 2002 American Indian Film Festival in San Francisco. His highly anticipated follow up album Surrender promises no less, receiving early recognition with a nomination for Best Video for “You Got It” 2009 at the 2010 Aboriginal People’s Choice Awards. This collection of unique and distinctive original songs reflects a deeply felt musical statement of change, growth and maturation.
“its about being vulnerable to the experiences that make us human and real” George explains…Letting go…To free yourself from judgment in order to evolve.”
And evolve he is, into one of the most exciting Canadian artists today. His talent is undeniable. His stage presence is passionate and full of expression and his connection to the audience is unwaveringly sincere. For George, having a real, genuine and in the moment experience at one of his shows is his ultimate goal. To have an intimate, personal connection of spirit is something that drives him, and allows him to continue his path in music.