George St Kitts


George St. Kitts Biography

George St. Kitts has shared his gift of song since the age of three, performing vocals that led to a dazzling career on stage and producing musical revues.
Founder of St. Kitts Music Inc., writer-producer George was twice nominated for Juno Awards in 1993 and 1996 for independently produced R& B tunes. His latest album of big band jazz tunes “A Lot of Livin’ To Do” exudes his world-class vocal talent and showmanship. A consummate entertainer and versatile vocalist, George has given stellar performances in the Broadway musical “The Lion King,” and as Sammy Davis Jr. in “The Rat Pack Show” at Toronto’s Cannon Theatre. George also co-produced the musical revue “Soul to Soul” for Ontario Place and performed in the play “Once on This Island”.

George is leader, producer and musical director of several bands and shows including:
The Love Train Revue Show – Celebrating Black History Month, That 80’s Show – recently filling Caesar’s at Windsor Casino, Sounds of Motown Show, Sounds of the Pride-Land; and A Night of Jazz (a Rat Pack Show) George is the Producer, Artistic Director and Foundational Sponsor of the Newmaket Music Festival. This 3 day Award Winning Festival is now designated by Festivals and Events Ontario as a Top 100 Festival in the Province of Ontario.