Georgia Middleman was raised in San Antonio, Texas and received a BFA in Theater from New York University. Upon graduation, she moved to Nashville, Tennessee to pursue songwriting and soon landed a staff writer position at PolyGram Music. After a live showcase one night, Giant Records signed her to a recording contract and her debut album "Endless Possibilities" was released in 2001. Georgia followed this up with the independent “Unchanged” and “Things I Didn’t Know I Knew,” two CDS which she released on her own label, Middle Sister Records.
As a songwriter, Georgia has had songs recorded by Keith Urban, Faith Hill, Kenny Chesney, Reba McEntire, Joe Nichols, Martina McBride, Radney Foster, Sarah Buxton, Striking Matches, Sheila E., Terri Clark, Maia Sharp and many others. In 2010, she watched her song “I’m In” rise to the top of the charts by Keith Urban. Her song “When The Right One Comes Along” was featured on the ABC series “Nashville.”
Georgia is currently one third of the trio, Blue Sky Riders along with Kenny Loggins and Gary Burr. Their debut CD “Finally Home” was released in 2013 and they have just finished their sophomore CD “Why Not” which will be released in 2016. When she is not touring with Blue Sky Riders, Georgia performs all over the country as a solo act and as half of the duo Middleman Burr along with her husband, Gary Burr.