Georgann Low is an international singer, artist and author of the new memoir "Dancing Alone". She is known in musical circles for a unique blend of jazz classics, French chanson, and her own earthy shuffles and Blues.

A Colorado native, Georgann was musically formed by the jazz and big-band recordings of her parents. Later on, living in Manhattan, LA and San Francisco, she was influenced by the music of the '60s and '70s, hanging in the studio with such classic American bands as Neil Young and Crazy Horse, The Band, The Rockets and the Paul Butterfield Blues Band. Taking this inspiration, Georgann went on to perform in diverse venues, from Mississippi juke joints to Denver's burgeoning music scene and on to Paris night clubs.

Her natural gift of expression warmly welcomes the audience into the magic circle of each creative musical moment.

Her new memoir, "Dancing Alone" delves into her worldly travels and her spiritual journey.

"Artistic, soulful and romantic... she can also be spontaneously hilarious!" JB Walden, Denver Music Critic

"... seductive vocals, quirky, excellent lyrics, both in French and English." Relix Magazine

"When are you coming to Paris again, to bring us the sunny, warm sound of your voice?" Chantal K., Paris

In Denver Georgann has been heard most recently at Dazzle, the Burnsley Hotel, Trios Enoteca, Lannie’s Clocktower Cabaret and La Cour Art Bar. She also performs in Paris and in festivals throughout southwest France. Georgann's CDs include “The Island”, “Enchante” and “Les Progrès de l’Amour”.