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BIOGRAPHY





THE WORLD'S GREATEST VOICE

Georgia Brown, Italian/Brazilian, started her artistic activities when she was 7 years old, and became a professional musician when she was ten, being approved in a test of the OMB (Musicians Organization of Brazil).

Georgia Brown, Italo / Brazilian, is the youngest of the four daughters of the Neapolitan singer Antônio Monti (died on 1992) and the plastic artist (painting on porcelain) Walkíria Monti from Goiânia. Still a child, she began her artistic activities while still living in Italy, where she performed her first performance with Madonna songs for an audience that was concentrated around twenty thousand people in a public square in Naples, which celebrated the victory on the Italian Championship of Football on 1987. In that same year she moved with her parents to Brazil. In the city of Goiânia-GO, the girl who was already an artist and even with a progressive degenerative genetic deficiency in vision (Retinitis Pigmentar), was brilliant as athlete and caught the attention of her Olympic gymnastics trainer Angelo Petri, who soon realized that the girl had talent for music encouraging her to follow as a singer after suffering a serious motorcycle run that disrupted her career as a gymnast and from there, began her artistic activities. The artist who always knew what her future would be, in the beginning used her baptismal name Rossana Monti. She recorded her first demo tape and sang in the night bars of Goiânia, accompanied by a band composed by the best and most renowned musicians of the capital of the state of Goiás and she became a music professional when she was ten years old when she took her card from the OMB (Order of Brazilian Musicians), and since then her mother has been her manager.

Completely self-taught, she devoted herself entirely to the study of voice and developed her own vocal techniques, and her evolution as singer was assessed by the severe analysis of her extremely demanding father.

At age of 13, she had her first national projection on the top TV show of that age "Xou da Xuxa" (Rede Globo). The following year, on the first semester, she won the contest "Teen Ager Talent of Sílvio Santos Program (SBT) and soon in the second semester of the same year won the contest "Youth Talent" (TV Record) at the same time in a desperate attempt to maintain her strength and focus on music to overcome his father's death that occurred during the contest. At age of 15, she left the school to never more come back and moved to São Paulo, where she had the opportunity to work as backing vocal of one of the greatest MPB icons, Jorge Ben Jor on his "W Brasil" tour. She realized that she was not born to be behind and made her own way. She participated in important competitions and festivals renowned in the 90's, among them Skol Rock and Fest Valda where she won as Hours-Concours and was managed by the French multinational and in Rio de Janeiro settled with the project in which she sang classics of Blues.

On 1994 she decided to become an R&B/Soul singer. Her stage name went on to be Georgia Brown and continued her career by being invited as special guest to record on albums of various artists and sing alongside big names in music.

At age of 17, she became producer, instrumentalist, began composing and arranging her own songs in the R&B/Soul genre. To improve her knowledge of the genre, at age of 19, she moved to San Francisco-CA, USA where she spent two years producing music and in Oakland-CA, USA she specialized in audio engineering (recording, mixing and mastering). During the period that she lived in the United States, she became pregnant with her unique son, fruit of her first marriage. Georgia returned to Brazil in Goiânia and on March 6, 2000, Giovani Bruno was born. The first single "Commit A Crime" features the special participation of her niece Pollyanna Penna, who studied singing with her aunt from the age of four and at the age of nine recorded her first demo-tape produced by Georgia Brown who released her as a singer. On 2001, Brown sent her pupil's material to "Gente Innocente", Rede Globo's most visible talent show, presented by Márcio Garcia and there, Pollyanna was part of the cast for two years following in the steps of her greatest reference as artist.

A few months later, Georgia Brown's first full-length CD titled "Black Nature", was released on the Programa do Jô (Rede Globo) show. After the interview that she showed her talent and her remarkable presence as singer, she was consecrated through the great television media with more than fifty appearances in national network in all the stations, obtaining, from there, a surprising space in the air for arresting the attention of millions of viewers, elevating the audience of the programs due to the great success of her performances and conquered the mass with her singular explosive and potent voice, the expressive and charismatic image, the style extravagant and with unique personality that marked the Brazilian television in 2001 with the hit "Commit a crime", realized her first tour "BLACK NATURE TOUR" with the premiere show in the famous temple of Jazz of São Paulo, the Bourbon Street. Toured two years (2001/2002), dragging a multitude of fans, achieving with her first independent album reaching the mark of 125,000 copies sold in Brazil, even with her music being considered refined.

Out of the traditional standards of music made in her country and having her work recorded only in English, so she was expanded abroad. The international start was given with the single "Forgiven" - a sensational Drum 'N' Bass refined, very rich musically and praised in unanimous opinion by respected connoisseurs of the style. The song "Forgiven" also showed international success in the hands of renowned DJs like DJ Patife, who produced an unusual remix in the R&B style to compose and break the parameters of the playlist of his album 'On the Road' in 2003. Counting with other DJ's, the song went to the tracks and to radio programs around the world, joining several Top 10 specifics in electronic music. Georgia Brown also was included on the first album released in 2001 entitled "Cool Steps" with the track "81 is the number" Georgia Brown, Cosmonautics & DJ Patife ', both albums released by the brasilian label Trama. Georgia Brown's voice on the Drum N 'Bass scene garnered fruit and more significant partnerships were made with other DJs to release other remixes and new singles were released in England as "Deeper" (Georgia Brown, DJ Marky X XRS) and "Red Light" (Georgia Brown & XRS). In Brazil, Georgia Brown has licensed songs for AMP MTV 2, with the track "I need U" Georgia Brown & Cosmonautics, Joia 3 Chill Out and Lounge by Luciano Huck, with the track "Lover Street" (G. Brown Bossa Nova Mix), among others.

The multi-instrumentalist (piano, keyboard, guitar, sax, clarinet and drums) spent two years dividing her time between shows and studios, producing carefully the arrangements, composing, playing, programming the electronic part of the instruments and mixing their second album, following the same process of production as her previous album 'Black Nature'. Georgia Brown is synonymous of innovation and boldness. She advanced her musical style, which allowed her to show her various techniques. The futuristic and particular way, features a spicier Georgia Brown in a blend of 'Urban Chic'. Combining the accelerated beat of the DnB with the melodic lines of R&B, harmony and the color of her voice, Georgia created a new genre of electronic music, the D'N'B/Soul, and with these elements, in 2004 she released "Heart Beats", an original album full of concepts, which surpassed the mark of 300.000 copies sold on her first world tour that was through Europe, Asia, Chile, Argentina, Canada, the United States and Brazil. She burned the AME Parade for more than 200,000 people at the Ibirapuera Park in São Paulo. "HEART BEATS WORLD TOUR" was performed during 2003/2005 in "Live P.A." format.

As always, Georgia Brown comes up with news to shake up your audience. They sang along her fresh repertoire and the hit songs in partnership with DJ's, remixes of the first CD as her first hits "Commit a Crime", "Lost Love", "Hold On" that were not left out and beyond all of these, Brown provided her audience with this tour in a meeting with the hits of DnB International circuit of that time.

Always involved with electronic music since 1998, she performed at mega Rave parties, GLBT events as well as at the Parades in cities like Rio de Janeiro, Uberlândia and in one of her shows, Georgia Brown sang to three million people (her record of public) at Avenida Paulista in São Paulo in 2003, being the first electronic music singer to sing live in a parade in Brazil.

Georgia Brown joined the GUINNESS BOOK, with two WORLD RECORDS: "WORLD'S GREATEST VOCAL RANGE (8 OCTAVES - G2 / G10)" and "WORLD'S HIGHEST NOTE GIVEN BY A HUMAN VOICE - G10." Her records were published in the 2006 editions (page 172), 2010 (inside cover), 2012 (page 10), and 2015 (page 73). The records of the immortalized Yma Sumac were broken by the American Mariah Carey, who was overbroaken by Georgia Brown who is the current greatest voice in the world and her titles remain intact since the date of August 18, 2004, when the deed was blessed. Georgia also joined RANK BRAZIL RECORDS the same year. Achieving all grades totaling 8 complete octaves (Sol2 / Sol10) that were proven by measuring her voice certified by a team of music professionals and teachers who said: "Georgia you are an alien, it is a freak of nature!" Georgia's vocal chords have surpassed the limits of the human voice, animals of any kind, and even the highest note of any natural or electronic musical instrument, becoming inaudible to the human ears. Only an ultrasonic frequency meter is able to detect the frequencies emitted through the voice of the singer who still has surprises on her vocal range, which was not revealed in its total limit.

Georgia Brown, expert in vocal techniques, released in 2005 the first volume of the series of her Video Class in DVD and VHS specific in vocal coach, that surpassed the mark of 20.000 copies sold. 'The Greatest Voice Of The World' is a very original title for the DVD of the singer who has the most wanted vocal chords that entered to the world's history of the book of records. On 2008, she opened hes own record label WGM Music Entertainment and signed with a digital distribution for iTunes and several other music marketing platforms through the internet. The third album "The Renascence Of Soul", classified as an album of Black Music International, of the specific genre R&B/Soul, released by her own label, was produced, arranged by the singer who recorded, mixed and mastered all the work at her studio in the Rio de Janeiro. The CD has accurate sonority, with perfect frequencies and can be equaled to the best albums produced by the greatest artists of the world music industry, with all the latest technology and the invited musicians that make part of the hall of the top names of Top Cast of Brazil even recognized outside the country as: Arthur Maia, Claudio Rosa, Marcelo Mariano, Bororó, Huck Pontes, João Castilho, Fernando Vidal, Edson Jr, José Antônio, Nelson Jr, Ricardo Leão, Serginho Trombone and Marcio Montarrojos. The singers Alex Guedes, Pollyanna Penna and Janeh Magalhães were part along with Georgia Brown in the backing vocals of the mega production of the track "Art A Shield For Me". Brown co-starred with American singer Carl Gardner Jr. as lead singer of the famous sixties quintet "The Coasters" in the track "Place In Your Heart" and Giovani Bruno son of Georgia who, at the time, at age of six, did duet singing with his mother on the track "My Child", the song that she wrotes dedicated to him. With this CD, Georgia Brown gained great visibility mainly in Asia, where she obtained an expressive number of sales, arriving to be invited to appear on major Asian TV stations in countries like Japan (Fuji Television) and South Korea (SBS Television), in addition to the tour "The Renascence Of Soul European Tour".

In 2009 Georgia Brown released her first hit in Mexico. The track "Loneliness", which is also a composition by Brown and which closes the album "The Renascence Of Soul", was remixed by DJ Allan Natal and with this remix in the House Music segment, the song remained for more than a month in # 1 position of the top 10 in the biggest radio of the segment E-Music of Mexico, the Beat 100,9. "Loneliness" makes part of the compilation Sector Beat 100.9, Vol. 8, which contains the biggest names in world pop music with their top hits and the most played songs of FM. With an immeasurable acceptance in House Music, all her powerful voice exposed in perfect sync with the pick-ups in command of the Top DJ's, resulted in another successful project in electronic music. In the House scene, Georgia Brown has become one of the biggest divas in the world. The queen idolized by the GLBT community, toured through all the brazilian capitals and raised crowds on her first tour in the House scene, "TO DA FLOOR TOUR 2009".

In 2010, the consecration in the E-Music. In pursuit of an innovative style, Georgia collaborated with Henry T (HytraxX), a very talented but still unknown DJ / Producer. Brown noticed his distinctive way of producing and revealed him. "Love 4 Real" was the song of the year, an aggressive BPM-style of House Music, that became a watershed. From the launch of "Love 4 Real", has created a new trend. The single released by the Mexican label Bearlin Records brings in addition to the original mix, plus eleven official remixes and for six weeks remained # 1 place in download sales on the two biggest sites of that time, Beatport and Masterbeat. The song that became a track anthem worldwide, won countless remixes produced by DJs from countless countries and in the same year she held the "LOVE 4 REAL WORLD TOUR".

On 2012, the white girl with a black voice and red hair as fire, surprises more and more. Due to the world's highest notes that shake any structure, she is now the Super Voice, making part of the army of Stan Lee, creator of the Marvel heroes and the SUPER-HUMANS series exhibited worldwide by History Channel. Georgia Brown has the full command of her voice and certainly is a phenomenon of nature from Brazil to the Planet!

Due to Georgia Brown's large exposure on the History Channel with the Super-Humans series, the looks of the Latin American countries were focused on her, who once again with her "Super Voice" crossed more borders and won new fans. The fourth phonogram "Me & Myself", also released in 2012, was the first work where Georgia Brown only entered as a singer and songwriter. The EP produced by HytraxX brings the tracks that emplacaram in E-Music like: "Loneliness", "Love 4 Real" (2010) and the unpublished "Gave 2 U", except "Love 4 Real" (Sweet Mix) produced by herself. With this work, Georgia Brown took advantage of the success of the series, exploring the countries of South America and made the "SUPER-HUMAN LATIN AMERICA TOUR", which passed through Argentina, Chile, Paraguay and som.e Brazilian capitals, among them Belo Horizonte, where she met the Uruguayan singer William Corbo and got married for the third time. On 2014 she finished this glamorous phase with "BACK TO THE BEAT TOUR".

On 2014, Georgia Brown became TV presenter, debuting the first four-month season of the annual "Musica Em 7 Minutos" aired on BHNews. Directed and produced by William Corbo, the program is one of several projects in partnerships that the singer does with her husband. The proposal of the television attraction is to show sixteen artists from various countries, but still unknown in the Brazilian media, presenting their music videos, with songs in their respective languages and due to the issue of cultural barrier, are not shown in the Brazilian media.

Still on 2014, SEENHEISER, the German company that is the biggest manufacturer of sound equipment and market leader currently being the best in quality according to experts, to launch the microphone of the stars with Wireless function, the D9000, Seenheiser invited the greateest voice of the world to shoting the top microphone commercial brand line. Advertising is the soul of the business and Georgia Brown is the voice that would impact the launch of the high-priced product.

From Diva to Rockstar "THE GODDESS OF ROCK" in unparalleled version, on 2015 announced her project that brings her alter-ego LORNNE. Although her discography is predominantly geared toward Black Music and Electronic Music, Georgia Brown claims that her soul has been, is and always will be Rock N 'Roll. Throughout her 30-years career she says it's time to launch this project, which fans are eagerly waiting for the album. Meanwhile, Georgia Brown tours her voice playing the greatest Rock Classics on the GEORGIA BROWN & SOME ROCK ELSE tour. As for the selection of musicians for the studio formation of Progressive Industrial Rock, it was a meticulous process, where the chosen ones viscerally showed a lot of study and pure virtuose techniques. On this project, Georgia Brown signs the keyboards, drums, vocals, compositions, arrangements, production and technical part of the album. LORNNE is still at studio.

Parallel to the music, the multitalented one after twenty years returned to act as journalist writing for Diário da Manhã. The newspaper of great expression of the State of Goiás founded by Batista Custódio in 1959, is considered one of the most important of the country and significantly discloses all the achievements of the artist since the beginning of her musical journey.

On January 2016, Georgia Brown created the exclusive and unprecedented acoustic project "Teletema" - the best international of novels- with the biggest hits that became unforgettable and consecrated through the international soundtracks of Rede Globo novels of the 70s, 80s and 90s, which perpetuated through the radio waves. In an intimate format, this show was designed to Georgia Brown could say goodbye to Brazil, being very close to the public of the city where she grew up and began her career. The concert was shown in several concert halls until July, when she left definitively to live in Italy, where she currently resides with her family, returning to Naples after long time.

On December 2017, the film "Der Klang Der Stimme (The Color of the Voice)" was in the cinemas in Europe and in festivals, where the greatest voice of the world was invited by the swiss filmmaker Bernard Weber to makes part of the film. The scenes were shoted in October 2015 in Freiburg, Germany, in the biggest vocal cords center in the old continent, the Institut Für Musikermedizin, where world-renowned protagonist Matthias Echternach (doctor, professor and scientist) studied the whole apparatus mechanism vocal of the singer to understand the "24 over tunes and whistles" of the Georgias voice and what differentiates the superhuman from the rest of beings and the reason of her incredible vocal range, according to experts, there is no musical instrument or living being of any species able to emit the recorded frequency that gave rise to her records on the Guinness Book.

Clearly and more than ever, Georgia Brown is heared with such clarity and shows that she is not a singer who remains only for her rare voice of immeasurable capacity, but for being a complete artist that makes of her show a true vocal spectacle.



CD'S

BLACK NATURE (2001)
HEART BEATS (2004)
THE RENASCENCE OF SOUL (2008)
ME & MYSELF (2012)

SINGLES

HOLD ON (1997)
COMMIT A CRIME (1998)
MAKE IT RIGHT (1999)
IT'S A PLEASURE (2000)
D-SIRE (2001)
LOST LOVE (2002)
FORGIVEN (2003)
ALWAYS (2005)
MERMAID (2006)
I'M DANGEROUS (2007)
ART A SHIELD FOR ME (2008)
SAVE MY SOUL (2008)
LONELINESS (2009)
LOVE 4 REAL (2010)
GAVE 2 U (2012)

COMPILATIONS & PARTNERSHIPS


81 is the number- Georgia Brown X DJ Patife and Cosmonautics DJ Patife Cool Steps and Drum 'n' Bass Grooves Trama 2002) Brazil
I need u- Georgia Brown X Cosmonautics AMP MTV 2 (Sony Music 2003) Brazil
Lover Street- Georgia Brown Jóia 3 Chill Out and Lounge by Luciano Huck (Universal 2003) Brazil
Deeper- Georgia Brown X DJ Marky & XRS (Innerground Records 2004) UK Red Light- Georgia Brown X XRS (Innerground Records 2004) UK
Forgiven- Georgia Brown DJ Patife's Remix DJ Patife Na Estrada- (Trama 2006) Brazil

30/08/2014

GEORGIA BROWN RELEASES THE NEW TOP OF LINE SENNHEISER MICROPHONE D9000


25.000 Hz - Ultra Voice "There's No Limit"

Georgia Brown from Brazil has the highest pitched voice in the world. In a studio interview with Sennheiser, she reflects on her passion for audio engineering, technology that can process an extreme range of notes, and a relaxed approach to her impaired vision.
 
The voice
Georgia Brown’s voice is extraordinary. For a decade, Guinness World Records registered the now 34-year-old singer as the person with the highest vocal range: the Italian-Brazilian singer covers a full eight octaves — only American baritone Tim Storms has a wider range. Georgia Brown, however, still owns the highest pitched voice.

The Heights
The soul and R&B singer effortlessly reaches the so-called whistle register, the highest register of the human voice. The Guinness Book of Records observes that Brown’s overtones reach as far up the musical scale as G10— which according to the “scientific pitch notation” of the Acoustical Society of America hits 25,088 Hertz.

The woman
Born in Italy in 1980, Rossanna Monti is better known by her artistic name Georgia Brown. She discovered her musical talent and the wide range of her voice early on. Brown has lived with the Brazilian part of her family for a long time, and her new home lies in central Brazil’s Goiania, about 200 kilometers southwest of the capital, Brasilia.
With bright red hair and a powerful presence, Georgia Brown is not the type of person who goes unnoticed. But it is only when she sings that her extraordinary qualities really become apparent.
»With equipment such as the Sennheiser D9000, the sound is just perfect.«
The Soul and R&B artist was born in Italy but moved to Brazil when she was eight years old. Even as a child, she found that her voice had an extremely wide register of frequencies. The “whistle register”, used in operas such as Mozart’s “The Magic Flute”, comes effortlessly to her. In 2004, Brown broke Mariah Carey’s vocal record and for 10 years, the 34-year-old singer has been listed in The Guiness World Records as the person with the highest voice on earth and the female with the widest vocal range (G2-G10). According to the “scientific pitch notation” of the Acoustical Society of America, the highest note she reached (G10) represents a frequency of exactly 25,088 hertz. Since the Guinness experts measured this “using a piano, violin and Hammond organ” and did not use electronic frequency analysis, the claim might be open to debate. What is clear is that Brown has an amazing vocal range, easily reaching into the whistle register. We met Georgia in Rio de Janeiro, where she perfectly blends in with the rhythm of the city. After four successful albums and touring through Brazil, Europe, the US and Asia, she is now working on new projects. In the studio where we interviewed her, she was rehearsing for a concert, looking for the right equipment to transport her wondrous voice. While Georgia tested the Sennheiser D9000 wireless microphone system for the first time, we got the chance to talk with her about her extraordinary vocal ability, her career and new challenges. Recently, Georgia has gone public about a degenerative eye disease, which she has had since birth, leaving her almost blind: with just 10 percent vision in her right eye and zero in the other.
 
 
INTERVIEW

How did you discover this remarkable talent of singing at such a wide range and high pitch?
I was in a band when I was a child. Before we started to practice, I would be playing with my dolls and I would create high-pitched voices for them. One of my musicians said to me “Can you sing in that range you're talking in?” So I did. And just like that, we discovered my high range. While I was growing up and becoming a real woman, my low notes started to appear. I like this because it gives me many choices to put different colors of my voice into the music.

You could have been an exceptional opera singer but decided to do Drum & Bass, R & B and dance music – what attracted you to those genres?
There is no technique that I can’t sing. I can do the soprano voice or the contralto, I can do the tenor or baritone. But I’ve never done anything that I didn’t like. So I have played R & B, soul, hip-hop and rap, metal, Drum & Bass and now: rock 'n' roll. I'm starting a new project called Lauren, where we play progressive industrial metal, with the songs and arrangements written by myself.

Please tell us about your Guinness World Records.
One day, my husband had a dream and when he woke up, he said: “Hey Georgia, what do you think about making a claim to the Guinness Book of Records?” So we emailed them. At the time, I didn't know exactly what vocal range I had. When we met the Guinness guys in São Paulo, I recorded eight octaves. For the last ten years, I have held the record for greatest female vocal range and the world's highest note. And I used to hold a third record for voice with the most potential. I think that's cool because it gave me many chances to travel the world to new countries, cultures and meet new people.

With your unique voice and all the production tasks that you perform, what's the importance of working with quality equipment, both in the studio and in live concerts?
When you have good equipment, good microphones, good compressors, you are able to work faster and more accurately. I have experienced very poor microphones as well as the top-end microphones for vocals. When you have the chance to work with the best equipment, the sound is perfect, clear and powerful – like the Sennheiser D9000. Its low frequencies are very deep; the high frequencies are very clear; the medium ones very, very good. The digital equalizer is very cool to work with.

You spent many years in the US training to be a sound engineer. How does your impaired vision affect your work?
The computer software has accessibility assistance. And then nothing is difficult. I just have to configure the computer for me to see in high contrast, with the background all in black and with the letters in white. When you really want something, you get it. When I sing, I don't need my eyes; I just need my soul. That's why for me, music is magic because you don't need to see it, you just need to feel it, listen and be happy. 
 
 
Fount: Sennheiser Official Website
By: Daniela Gross