Tammy Moxon

Tammy always showed a liking for entertainment. She first appeared on stage singing with her father at the age of four and commenced competitive singing the same year. Tammy had success over the next few years at festivals in North Queensland, Brisbane, Tamworth, NSW and in the Top of the State in Mildura. Tammy won the overall Junior section at the Charters Towers Festival at the age of eight as well as other Juvenile Championships at Townsville, Ayr and Ingham.
She finished second in the under eighteen section of Entertainer of the year in Tamworth at the age of nine. Tammy had a break from competition until she competed in the Road to Tamworth series in 2007. Tammy won her section in North Queensland and gained a lot of experience. Tammy then turned her attention to academic studies gaining her degree in Audio Engineering at SAE in Byron Bay, by 2010.
She made a late decision to compete at the Charters Towers festival in 2014 and took out the Overall Championship. This success led to a spot at the Gympie Muster where her performance received a lot of positive response as Tammy performed many of her own songs. Tammy was then invited to attend the Academy of Country Music in Tamworth, 2015. This experience inspired her as she had the opportunity of writing and performing with very talented fellow and established artists – welcoming their advice. The college opened doors, where she was invited to perform at songwriter gigs as well as stage performances with other members of the Academy. Tammy also performed with Kevin Bennett and the Flood at the Tamworth Hotel. She opened for seasoned performer Felicity Urquhart at the Longyard Hotel. Another highlight for Tammy was to appear as a guest artist with the legendary “Bushwackers” at both their shows, also at the Longyard Hotel in Tamworth.
Tammy represented Australia in the Trans-Tasman Entertainer of the Year, held on Norfolk Island in May, receiving both the Runner-up and The Most Promising Artist Awards.
In June, Tammy had the opportunity to sing with fellow locals, Kendal Daines and Peta-Cherae Peters, at the Townsville Muster – supporting the likes of Travis Collins and Adam Brand. Tammy is now working as a full time entertainer in North Queensland and will start recording her first Album in September with Roger Corbett (Golden Guitar nominee and member of the Bushwackers) in the Blue Mountains in NSW.

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