GEORGE ST KITTS

GEORGE ST KITTS

Born in Guyana, South America, George St. Kitts has been singing since he was three,  performing vocals leading him to a dazzling lifetime entertainment career as singer, show and festival producer throughout the Toronto, Canada, the States and the U.K.  Founder of St. Kitts Music Inc., writer-producer George was twice nominated for Canadian Juno awards in Best R&B/Soul category in 1993 for ‘All I Need’ from his “SLAM” album and 1996 title from “Never Stop” album.  In 2008 George released his first live big band jazz album entitled “A Lot of Livin’ To Do” proving his talent and showmanship are nothing less than world-class.  This album receives worldwide play.

A consummate entertainer, giving stellar performances for the long-running Broadway musical “The Lion King,” and playing Sammy Davis Jr. in “The Rat Pack”; George also founded the Motown Boys, the Love Train Revue Show celebrating Black History Month; the Sounds of Motown and the Aurora jazz+ Festival all under the umbrella of St. Kitts Music.  This versatile vocalist/producer delights audiences nationwide.  He supports his community, local charities and artists.