With her silky tones and effortless twang, singer-songwriter, Tammy Moxon, is a modern innovator in traditional Country music styles.
In 2016 Moxon released her debut album ‘Fall in Time’, produced by Roger Corbett of the iconic ‘Bushwackers’. Her sophomore record ‘Drive Me Sane’ came three years later. Produced by award winning artist, Shane Nicholson, the album expertly blended Tammy’s down-to-earth songwriting with modern and traditional tones. It spawned the #1 radio single, Rocky Ride, while subsequent single, Wyangala Ain’t Wyangala, reached the #2 spot.
Moxon has shared stages with some on the country’s finest, including Felicity Urquhart, The Bushwackers, Drew McAlister and Bill Chambers and ticked festivals like Music in the Mulga, The Gympie Muster and The Tamworth Country Music Festival off her bucket list.
Now the singer-songwriter has joined forces with Nicholson once again to deliver her most explorative album yet. “I see my music as alternative, and when this new album is released, I think people will see that.” 8 of the albums 11 tracks were penned by the songwriter herself, whilst others enlisted the help of her father. It also features a duet between Moxon and Bill Chambers.
When Moxon’s expert songwriting comes alive in her crossbred, modern meets traditional Country music, you can hear something special. It wasn’t just created for fame or money. Tammy Moxon is a truly authentic artist.
In April, Tammy’s single, ‘Fighting Chance’, was released to radio with it reaching number 1 on the Australian Country Radio charts. In May, Tammy supported Lee Kernaghan at the Tropic Fiesta Festival in Townsville to a welcoming home crowd.
Tammy released her upcoming album’s second single, ‘Comfy’ to country radio, granting her a number 1 spot on Australian Country Radio. Her third single has just been released to country Radio, ‘Saved Me.’