Christie George

Christie George

 Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
SoloPop

After touring with the Trans Siberian Orchestra, Christie is ready to get her first solo album recorded and on the road. She just released two songs that were placed on 157 radio stations across the U.S. and podcasts in London, France, and Sweden. She's a girl's girl who's one of the boys and writes about being a strong and empowered female.

Biography

Christie George is a vocal talent and natural beauty who will soon be a household name. She recently completed the national Winter Tour -70 shows in 46 cities - with The Trans-Siberian Orchestra. She dazzled audiences every night, holding her own, elbow to elbow, with life-long professional singers.

Having grown up in Peachtree City, Georgia only adds to Christie's southern charm. It is also the beginning of her resume. It was there that she cultivated her undeniable talent as a professional performer. From a young age Christie knew exactly what she wanted to do and what she was good at. For 13 years, Christie wowed audiences singing live in numerous school and community plays, choirs and musical theaters. Georgia began to take notice of her presence as a performer, being a key actress at the Black Box Theater and Fayette Community Theater and a singer with the nationally recognized choir, The McIntosh Singers.

Excelling at every turn, Christie was given various awards including the Georgia All-State Honor Choir five times and District Honor Choir six times. Christie also won the coveted title of Miss Pride of Fayette County, Georgia 2003. Christie was awarded a full scholarship to Georgia State University and was the single recipient of the Presidential Scholarship for Vocal Performance. Although she enjoyed her academic career and the full scholarship, Christie knew her talent was not being realized and decided it was time to make the inevitable move to Los Angeles to pursue her professional career as an entertainer.

Christie hit the ground running in L.A. and quickly booked work both as a model and an actress with her stunning good looks and “modelesque” stature, appearing in numerous film and TV productions, such as Nip/Tuck, Rush Hour 3 and a recurring hosting gig for the G24/7 Network. She appeared in music videos as a dancer and model in both Justin Timberlake's "What Goes Around Comes Around" and Bodog's Battle of the Bands winner, Fall From Grace's "Last Straw." Christie was also featured in the trailer of Justin Timberlake’s video. Christie appeared in videos for Eagles of Death Metal and Maroon 5.

In December of 2007, during the writer’s strike in L.A., Christie decided to move to Las Vegas for more professional opportunities. It was in Las Vegas where she auditioned for The Trans-Siberian Orchestra. Now that she is back from tour, Christie is working hard to record her first album.

Discography

Take Back
Kiss My ATL Goodbye