Callaghan (female singer-songwriter Georgina Callaghan)
Callaghan wrote her first song at the age of 14 and earned a place on BBC TV show Get Your Act Together, hosted by Irish singer Ronan Keating.
Callaghan has worked with many musicians and producers including Grammy Award nominee writer John Peppard and producer Peter Lawlor who formed the band Stiltskin.
In 2008 Callaghan self-released single “Look Around”. Doing all of the PR and radio plugging herself, Callaghan achieved airplay on numerous BBC radio stations, extensive local and national press coverage as well as a performance on Sky TV.
In July 2009 Callaghan travelled to Georgia, USA to record with US artist Shawn Mullins. The first single from the collaboration "Smile" has been played on Bob Harris's Country Show on BBC Radio 2.
"The world needs more singer songwriters like Callaghan. In a time where mediocrity is seen as brilliant, Callaghan truly shines through as the real deal. Her voice is original and pure, and she is one of the greatest unsigned talents I've ever heard." - Shawn Mullins
Callaghan's work is influenced by country musicians like Johnny Cash and singer-songwriters such as James Taylor. Her voice has been compared to artists including Sarah McLachlan and Alison Krauss.
She often performs covers at her live peformances, including "The Lucky One" by Alison Krauss
- Callaghan (2005)
- Road To Elmersville (2006)
- Nothing You Say (2007)
- Look Around (2008)
- Smile (2009)