Tammy is a fine Canadian singer, now resident in London, who has been
performing to great acclaim in her native Vancouver. She sings a mix of
classic jazz standards and beautifully crafted originals which she performs
with a wonderful sense of melody and swing. Her debut album, 'Legacy', was
Internationally received and led to appearances on National and International TV and Radio as well as gigs at both the Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver Jazz Festivals and venues throughout Europe.


Tammy has written with Grammy Award winner Terry Britten (Tina Turner), Tim
Fraser (Lulu), and Tom Cawley (Peter Gabriel), for her new album 'Where I
Need to Be', which was released to a sold out crowd at the Legendary Ronnie Scotts Club in March 2010. She has been heard on Radio stations across the country including Jamie Cullums show on BBC Radio 2, Jenni Murray's 'Woman Hour' on BBC Radio 4 and Robert Elms BBC Radio London to name a few and she was nominated for London Jazz Vocalist 2010.


London highlights include; meeting HRM the Queen, performing on the main stage in Trafalgar Square for Canada Day 2010, supporting the Canadian Tenors with Hayley Westenra at the Union Chapel, performing with Randy Bachman at Pizza on the Park, Bobby McFerrin at Royal Festival Hall and Jamie Cullum at the Jazz Cafe to name a few.


"Not many people reduce me to tears, but Tammy's song about her mother was the most touching I've ever heard and her voice is beautiful" - Jenni Murray- BBC Radio 4 Womans Hour


"Gives me the shivers..." -Paul Grant, CBC Radio One


"Isn't she great! Now there's a vocalist! " -Michael Bublé


"She's the real deal..." Time Out, London.