Playing a guitar and singing, Tanya’s music invites audiences into the soulful, happy discovery only available by traveling far, both externally and internally. As one reviewer wrote, "You don't doubt her when she sings that she'd like to make traveling her home, and you can almost feel 'sun shining right through skin' as her voice shines its brilliance in your direction.”
A tribute album exploring masculinity and music.
From the love songs of George Michael and Cat Stevens, to the protest songs of Poison and Stevie Wonder, the album travels through broad styles and messages. Recorded in an intimate setting, the album is built to sound like I am playing in your living room.
Listen to a few rough mixed tracks from the album:
Tanya’s music received Best New Artist, Album of the Year, and Song of the Year nominations from Pride in the Arts. She’s performed in venues large and small as both a solo artist and supporting other musicians on guitar, back up vocal, and fiddle.