George Montrelle is a Detroit-based, Pop-driven singer-songwriter — featuring colors of R&B and Soul, edges of Rock, and touches of Hip-Hop.

From Motown, Stevie Wonder, and Allen Stone, to that of Fall Out Boy and Hiatus Kaiyote, George’s musical influences have guided him in channeling his uplifting and honest outlook.

The self-produced project, debut EP, titled "Love Unfolding,” is woven with his passion for music, and life. As love, empathy, and sincerity lead his writing, he progresses his artistry by collaborating and exhibiting his multiple talents in the industry. Recording, producing, co-writing, writing for film, and composition are some of the facets he has pursued.

From the Charles H. Wright Museum, the Concert of Colors stages in 2024, the historic Willis Show Bar, and the Axis Lounge of MGM Grand Detroit — to the Magic Bag Theatre in Ferndale, MI, and various other venues — he has traveled Detroit and the surrounding cities. 

George Montrelle is primarily a solo act, that also performs with his own four-piece band. He's also know to sing with the Bluewater Kings band, for receptions, private parties, and corporate events.