At a young age, Tammy Moxon knew what she wanted to do – sing on stage, like her Dad!
Fast forward a few years, and Tammy has performed at The Gympie Festival; has opened for such acts as, Felicity Urquhart and Drew McAlister; and has appeared as guest artist with the legendary Bushwackers, in Tamworth.
Roger Corbett produced Tammy’s debut album, Fall in Time (2016), which was featured on ABC Radio’s Saturday Night Country as Album of the Week. She released her first single, Home Ground, soon after.
In 2018, Tammy was asked to be a member of ABC’s DAG Saturday Night Country House Concert – aired after the radio broadcast of the 2018 Golden Guitar Awards.
Tammy teamed up with Shane Nicholson as Producer for her second album, Drive Me Sane, released in April, 2019. Singles from that album included Drives Me So Sane, Rocky Ride, Wyangala ain’t Wyangala, Survive and her latest release, Mama Is.
Rocky Ride was Tammy’s break-out song, earning her number 1 on Australian Country Radio, with both Wyangala Ain’t Wyangala and Survive reaching Number 2.
Bill Chambers joined the band for the Townsville Album Launch of Drive Me Sane, in the midst of touring with Tammy on the North Queensland leg of his Australian tour.
A third album is currently in the works – produced again by Shane Nicholson. Tammy is set to release new music in mid-2022.