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Australian Music Sensation 'Why Georgia' & Thriller/Mystery Author Joshua Graham

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'Why Georgia?' is one of the newest up and coming sensations to emerge out of Perth, Australia.
19-year-old Georgia Reed's career took a new level when she appeared on Season 1 of the highly anticipated phenomenon 'The Voice Australia' in 2012. 

Georgia has captured audiences over the years with the uniqueness of her voice, reflecting that of a seasoned artist beyond her years. 

Now as part of the band 'Why Georgia?' she is joined by the talented Chris Mackenzie on guitar Kim Thair on keyboard, Blake Skinner on bass guitar, and Lewin Riddell on drums. The band formed in 2012 and perform regularly at Perth's classiest venues. Their fan base has continued to grow at a rapid pace regularly drawing new faces to every gig. 

WINNER OF the INTERNATIONAL BOOK AWARDS #1 bestselling author Joshua Graham’s novel DARKROOM hit three bestseller lists on Amazon the night of its release.CBS News described DARKROOM as a book with “action, political intrigue and well-rounded characters…a novel that thriller fans will devour.”

Many of Graham’s readers blame him for sleepless nights, arriving to work late, neglected dishes and family members as they are unable to put the book down.

Publishers Weekly described BEYOND JUSTICE as “A riveting legal thriller…breaking new ground with a vengeance…demonically entertaining and surprisingly inspiring.”

Joshua Graham grew up in Brooklyn, NY where he lived for the better part of 30 years. He holds a Bachelor and Master’s Degree and went on to earn his doctorate from Johns Hopkins University. During his time in Maryland, he taught as a professor at Shepherd College (WV), Western Maryland College, and Columbia Union College (MD).

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