What people are saying about the Georgia Rae Band

Kodeman Hanchar
"Awesome family to see live, had much energy through out the show, fun to watch, would definitely go see again soon, hopefully lol"

Harold Southard
"First time I saw you, and you put on an amazing performance that kept the whole audience into your show! I bought your new album at Concert on the Creek. Amazing and true talent!!

Mark Summerfield
"If you have never seen the incredible fiddler Georgia Rae you need to asap! Georgia Rae has won numerous Fiddling championships and brings the audience to their feet every time!!"

The Favia Family
"Our family first watched your band in Reedsburg, WI at the community park. You quickly became our young daughters favorite band! Abby brings the CD to her grandparents, her friends house and in the car and refers to it as "her favorite band". She is now six years old and still shares your music with others. We would love to attend another concert and we will make sure to come see you this summer."

Country Music Vibe

Georgia Rae's first solo recording project!

The day Georgia Rae discovered the loop pedal  she opened a creative vein allowing her to express  not only her amazing fiddle skills, but her happy and creative outlook on life and the world around her like never before. "Insomniac Coyote, " "Walrus Cuddle,"  "Kelly Kazoo," "Overslept,"  "Loopy Loop #1," "Wing It," "Buffalopillar Totrugus," and the haunting dream adventure of "Holden Nosleeves," these songs will gladly tag along in the back of your head and you wont mind it at all.        

To access the Georgia Rae Family Band’s EPK, please click on the photo above. Thank you.

After 7 years of playing together and 4 CDs to get our feet wet, add some life lived and some inspiration from the world around us, and out comes "Insomniac Coyote,""Sunny Rain,""Albert's Song," "Dirty Dishes," "Movin' Up," "I Have No Friends," "Hippy Song," "It Ain't Me", and Georgia Rae on the Banjo of all things, on "Jacksong."  Plus re-recorder bonus tracks of "Back When" and "Jeraldine".