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Introducing Georgia Webster – Kelsea Ballerini’s UK tour support

Sony Music Nashville/River House Artists Georgia Webster kicks starts an exciting 2023 for the rising star by supporting Kelsea Ballerini on her ‘Heartfirst’ tour in the UK. The tour will begin in Manchester on the 22nd February before culminating at London on the 25th February. Webster was recently announced as the 2023 Pandora Country Artist to Watch. She is also one of CMT’s Next Women of Country in 2023. 

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We interviewed Georgia back in 2021. Read that interview here.

Georgia released her EP ‘Chapter 1: Things We’re Not Saying‘ at the end of last year. The EP features the tracks ‘I Hate Phone Calls (Long Distance Sucks)’ and ‘Risk’ ft. Jonathan Hutcherson. There are also four additional tracks including ‘X’s,’ the song that originally garnered the attention of Kelsea Ballerini. It now over 3 million global streams.

“This tour is a dream,” says Webster.  “I get to play my new music on tour with one of my favorite artists in country music.  I can’t wait to visit the UK and play the new songs and support Kelsea”.

Webster started performing around her hometown while in high school, playing original songs that reflected her pop influence and love for country music. She is an old soul, and her songwriting reflects a depth and mindfulness that was influenced by hours listening to Josh Turner, Tyler Childers and other acclaimed singer/songwriters. Webster then honed her craft by attending the prestigious Berklee College of Music’s songwriter camps.

Everything changed when, in July 2020, her song ‘Tell Your Mom’ became an instant viral hit on TikTok, amassing more than 2.7 million views in just a few days. Georgia’s success on TikTok brought impressive offers from pop and rock record labels out of New York and Los Angeles. Her instincts told her working out of Nashville would allow her to stay true to herself as a singer/songwriter with small-town roots

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