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Born in 1967 in the small town of Nyah West Victoria, Geoff spent his younger years moving around Victoria and eventually ended up in the A.C.T. His Father was a country music singer who had played with various country music names in his younger years but never pursued music on a professional level. However, the roots were there for Geoff to inherit a taste for music.
Geoff spent many hours teaching himself guitar chords on any guitar he could get hold of. Usually a beat up old nylon string that had seen far better days. Geoff quickly learnt to play simple songs and even the classics that still exist today like Pink Floyd's "Wish you were here" and Led Zepplins "Stairway to heaven".
At the age of 18, Geoff found himself living in the NSW central west town of Orange. It was here that Geoff joined his first real rock band as the singer after answering an advertisment in the local paper. This band was short lived however and never got out of the lounge room.
Many years and many bands have passed under the bridge during his career, but that never stopped his passion for doing what he loves.
After recording his first solo album in 2006 as an experimental work, Geoff has honed his skills and written a new album far more worthy of the general public. Requests for copies of 'Take me back' began as soon as people heard the title track. So do your ears a favour, and get a copy of Geoff's latest album and enjoy Australian home grown country music.