Tania Kernaghan

Australia - QLD

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Tania's music is the music of contemporary Australian country. Just as much as Tania is herself a young contemporary Australian woman who easily crosses from heartland to high rise without skipping a beat...
Her voice sings out with the clarity of the freshest spring water. Her roots are pure Australian country, coming from a family with a tradition in music that seeps back as far as their Irish ancestry, and her music has already gained her widespread recognition and acclaim.

Voted Female Vocalist of the Year at the CMAA Country Music Awards in both 1997 and 1998, Tania Kernaghan has in fact four Golden Guitars to her name and a Platinum award for her debut album "December Moon". "Dancing On Water" is a certified contender for Platinum status. With consolidated album sales in excess of 120,000 and ten National number one singles. Tania's music continues to skyrocket its way up the country music charts and into the hearts of every fan. Now with the release of her ground breaking third recording, "Big Sky Country", Tania has consolidated her place at the forefront of Australian country music.
Tania has a deep love for horses... a passion that has led to a myriad of roles including officially opening and performing regularly at National Rodeo Championships and participating in celebrity Cutting Events. Tania accepted the position of Vice Patron to Princess Anne for the National Riding for Disabled Association (R.D.A.)... and more recently Equitana 2002

Winning the People's Choice Award for Best Female Vocal and co-hosting the Toyota C.M.A.A. Country Music Awards, Tania Kernaghan is certainly Y2K compliant! Hard wiring country music into the 21st Century, TANIA Online, www.taniakernaghan.com.au has been ranked Australia's number one country music artist site with over seven hundred and fifty thousand hits since its inception in March '99.

With record sales and chart success that is matched by her reputation as one of Australia's finest live performing artists.... crowds can hear a good time coming as soon as she steps out on stage, accompanied by her highly credited team of musicians. Tania's commitment to touring is built on a desire to unite country music fans everywhere. From Broken Hill to Bondi, Darwin to the Dandenongs and from Perth to Parachilna Tania Kernaghan is the face of young country!
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