Aneta George is born in Macedonia, in year 1982 (full name Aneta George Kacurkova). Her interest in music is of very young age, where she studied the harmonies of the Beatles songs, and composed her own songs. She was self taught, played tunes on the piano by ear and sang them.
Deeply influenced by Stevie Wonder and Boyz || Men, at age of 15, after getting very comfortable in songwriting, she started a vocal trio named PS - “Peeme Soul”, which in English means “We sing soul”. The trio consisted of three females, all teenagers. Shortly after their first song which was a soul ballad, they became very popular in Macedonia. They released several singles, took part of music festivals, as well as toured within the country. The activity of the trio lasted for five years. In the meantime, Aneta started working as a songwriter, arranger, and back up vocalist for other Macedonian and Albanian artists.
In year 2002, she moved to Greece to study computer science, where she entered a jazz bend as a lead vocal. For the next four years she explored and learned the jazz standards and harmonies, rehearsing intensely with the band, performing in the jazz bars of Thessaloniki.
After moving back to Macedonia, in 2007 she entered the jazz academy in a small town called Stip, with jazz piano as main instrument (the academy did not offer vocal studies). Since she did not have a proper piano training, she practiced the piano day and night for five years, learning and analysing the piano styles of Oscar Peterson, Bill Evans, Dave Brubeck and Thelonious Monk. In 2012, Aneta released her first solo project, a soul jazz/soul album with gospel and spiritual lyrics called “UniversaLove”, performing and promoting it in South Africa, Poland, Germany and the Balkans.