Townsville-born singer/songwriter, Tammy Moxon, has been playing music from the day she saw her father on a big stage in Charters Towers. She was only 4years of age. The following years saw her musical talents cultivated by the Townsville and outer regions country music community. At 23 and after a few years hiatus, she decided to try her luck again at that same Charters Towers festival. She won overall in 2014- sending her to a gig at the Gympie Muster that same year and a trip to Norfolk Island to compete in the Trans-Tasman Entertainer of the Year Comp. Norfolk gave her the runner-up and most promising artist awards. In 2015, she released her first album, Fall in Time, with legend producer Roger Corbett (Bushwackers) followed by her first single, Home Ground. Since then, she has signed with Kobalt Music Publishing Australia. Tammy is set to have 2018’s Male Vocalist Golden Guitar winner, Shane Nicholson, to produce her second album in April.