Featuring deliciously eclectic selections, from standards to contemporary music. Background or featured, it’s perfect music for your perfect occasion.


Timeless Standards

featuring excerpts from: Fly Me to the Moon  Bart Howard All The Things You Are  Kern/Hammerstein It Had To Be You   Jones/Kahn Misty  Garner/Burke Girl From Ipanema  AC Jobim Someone to Watch Over Me  George & Ira Gershwin You’d Be So Nice To Come Home To  Cole Porter Body and Soul  Johnny Green Almost Like Being In Love  Lerner/Loewe

Songs from the Super 70s

featuring excerpts from: Space Oddity David Bowie Just The Way You Are Billy Joel Surrender Cheap Trick Nobody Does it Better Carly Simon Your Smiling Face James Taylor Peg Steely Dan Somebody To Love Queen Your Song Elton John Something The Beatles Pump It Up Elvis Costello

80s Neon Mix

featuring excerpts from: You Spin Me Round (Like a Record) Dead or Alive Every Little Thing She Does is Magic  The Police Say It Isn’t So Hall & Oates Always Something There to Remind Me Naked Eyes Things Can Only Get Better Howard Jones True Faith New Order Tempted Squeeze Get Into the Groove Madonna That’s All Genesis Is There Something I Should Know? Duran Duran Rainbow Connection The Muppets

Seattle Sounds & 90s classics

featuring excerpts from: Vaseline STP In Bloom Nirvana The Old Apartment Bare Naked Ladies Black Hole Sun Soundgarden If I Ever Lose My Faith in You Sting Heart Shaped Box Nirvana Mayor of Simpleton XTC Pretty Noose Soundgarden Rook XTC

George’s Favorites

featuring excerpts from: Strawberry Fields Forever The Beatles Los Ageless  St.Vincent She Makes My Day Robert Palmer Black Cow Steely Dan Shake It Off Taylor Swift Something’s Coming Leonard Bernstein Little Girl The Monkees Learn To Fly Foo Fighters

George’s repertoire includes songs by these artists and more…

ABC Animal Logic Harold Arlen Louis Armstrong The Beatles David Bowie Bare Naked Ladies Tony Bennet The Beach Boys Anita Baker David Byrne Beyonce Leonard Bernstein Bee Gees Irving Berlin Chet Baker Elvis Costello Chris Cornell Cibo Matto Phil Collins The Cars Crowded House Hoagy Carmichael Harry Connick Nat King Cole Thomas Dolby Duran Duran The Darkness Def Lepard Eurythmics Duke Ellington Ella Fitzgerald Ben Folds Foo Fighters Donald Fagen Al Green Peter Gabriel Genesis David Gilmour G&I Gershwin Hall & Oates Elton John Billy Joel Journey AC Jobim Al Jarreau King Crimson Mike Keneally John Lennon Level 42 The Monkees Men At Work Modern English John Mellencamp George Michael Marillion Monty Python Madonna Glenn Miller Nirvana Naked Eyes The Police Pink Floyd The Pointer Sisters Robert Palmer Prince Cole Porter Queen RUSH The Romantics REM Rogers & Hart Rogers & Hammerstein Steely Dan Stone Temple Pilots Frank Sinatra Sade Soundgarden Sting Spinal Tap Sade Squeeze St.Vincent Paul Simon Simple Minds James Taylor Talking Heads Toto Travelling Wilburys Mel Torme U2 Frankie Valli Van Halen Jimmy Van Heusen Sarah Vaughan Stevie Wonder Barry White XTC Paul Young Yes Frank Zappa

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Hello. My name is George Hrab. I am an American citizen of Ukrainian descent that resides in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania and makes a living playing drums in a nine-piece horn band called The Philadelphia Funk Authority. I produce a weekly internet audio program called The Geologic Podcast. This program has no geology content whatsoever but is so named as a portmanteau of “George” and “logic.” This tends to confuse people. Quite rightly so. I seem to have a habit of regularly acting as emcee/host for science conventions like The Amazing Meeting, The Australian Skeptics Convention, or QED. Those are always super fun. When I am not performing with The Philadelphia Funk Authority or working on The Geologic Podcast or emceeing science conferences, I like to write and record albums of original music. I have six so far, plus one live album and DVD. When people find out that I am a songwriter, they ask me what my music sounds like. I usually tell them who my influences are, and that my songs are basically crappier versions of those influences. The main bands that I like are Yes, King Crimson, Talking Heads and Frank Zappa—although Frank Zappa is not a band but an individual. I am also an individual…but nowhere near as cool as Frank Zappa. Welcome to my website. There’s a lot of links to clickety-click and a way to easily get in touch. Please do so. Enjoy. Visit George’s Wikipedia
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Original songs, stories and interesting covers. An intimate evening of curious compositions.

A combination of guitar, piano and voice covering everything from Frank Sinatra to Elvis Costello. View The Full Playlist

A three-piece Rock and/or Roll combo performing George’s original music.

Geo’s full-blown, nine-piece original ensemble. As featured on the concert DVD 21812.

From The Amazing Meeting to QED Manchester to Australia and beyond, George’s panache as an emcee is acclaimed.

Need a speaker for your skeptical / scientific / nerd-based event? George has a number of appropriate topics and talks he can present.

George is aces at writing, creating, and recording jingles, intros, outros and other musical oddments for video and audio projects.

Percussion for hire. Decades of professional experience. This is what he’s REALLY good at. His “day” job even…


Speaking of his day job… George and the crew in Philly Funk have been laying down R&B, funk, soul and dance grooves for over 17 years. Hire them for your party, wedding, anniversary, barbecue or barn raising. Seriously fun music.


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