About Coco-Collette George
Los Angeles, CA
What can be said about Coco-Collette George and her music? She is a singer/songwriter who has the uncanny ability to use words in a manner that evokes emotions of every kind. Her style is difficult to categorize as her songs touch several music genres. Although the style/genre of her music may vary a bit on her first album, "I'm Finally Me", her style is consistent throughout. She is adept at combining the most sultry melodies and harmonies with incredibly delicate words that engage your imagination. She also composes interesting melodies (slow or jammin'), and yes – hot lyrics. Her songs touch lightly or heavily on various stories/subjects that we all can relate to. She is effortlessly versatile in all aspects of lyrical songwriting.
How to describe her voice? Coco-Collette George's voice is extremely appealing. The microphone loves her voice. Together, they seem like a match made in heaven. What more can be said on this matter? The lead, background, and harmony voices that you hear on her album are all Coco. We like to call them "The Coco-lettes". Your ear will be pleased with her voice(s) and her music, and that's that. Check out those lyrics!
Coco-Collette George arranges all of her own music and writes every last lyric. She begins writing, producing and engineering from her home studio using Opcode and ProTools. Her keyboards of choice are the Casio WK-3000, Yamaha S03, and the Alesis QS8. The Variax 700 w/ Tremolo is her main guitar by Line 6. What a fantastic guitar. Her speaker system is the Cylindrical Radiator from BOSE.
Coco-Collette George plays piano, guitar (acoustic, electric, and bass), stand-up bass, accordion, trumpet, French horn, and violin, and banjo. These are real live instruments, not the synthesized kind. She has the ability and talent to be able to pick up any of these instruments and to compose a lead part or background part for that instrument.
Coco-Collette George speaks English, of course, but her first language is French. Check out "Chat Indien" if you're so inclined. To all newbies or veterans in the music industry, you know she had to do it. Check it out.