Barrelhouse blues vocalist Georgia Light recorded mildly risqué blues music in the mid-30s through the first ’40s including “I’ll Hold Sitting onto it,” “Take Me personally for the Buggy Trip,” “Mama Has learned What Papa Desires When Papa’s Feeling Blue,” and “Hot Nut products.” She apparently transferred to Chicago in the 1920s and started working being a vocalist in the nightclubs through the later ’20s. Georgia Light initial documented in-may 1930 for the Vocalion label with Jimmie Noone’s Apex Membership Orchestra when she sang just one single song, “IF YOU ARE Smiling, depends upon Smiles With You.” Light didn’t go back to the studios until 1935, but documented regularly after that through the first ’40s for the Decca label. In 1935, she also documented several music, including “Your Concerns Ain’t Like Mine,” beneath the alias Georgia Lawson. From her initial sessions before late ’30s, Light was followed by pianist Richard Jones. The past due ’30s found Light followed by blues guitarist Lonnie Johnson. In the past due ’40s, Georgia Light produced an all-women music group. She also caused Big Costs Broonzy from 1949-50, and came back to performing in the night clubs through the 1950s. Georgia White’s last known general public performance is at 1959, and she retired through the music business.