Live at The Counts: Tania Doko
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Live at The Counts: Tania Doko

A live and intimate evening with the ever captivating vocals of Tania Doko. Included in the evening is a Q&A + autograph session with Tania.

There are few things in this world more spellbinding than a great vocal, the captivating magic of a beautiful, resounding singing voice. One of those belongs to Tania Doko, the way she connects, how it carries. Her career started early but thus far; Tania Doko is perhaps best known for her work in the ARIA awarded pop-duo Bachelor Girl. Their success is tremendous and together with James Roche she’s responsible for hit songs like Buses and Trains from the double platinum selling album Waiting For The Day.

Tania Doko also moved to Sweden for ten years, got married, built a family, wrote hit records with The Veronicas, Jessica Mauboy, Eric Bazilian, Taylor Dayne, Delta Goodrem, Sheppard, Tina Arena, to name a few. She’s done Disney film, K-pop and even dabbled in Eurovision hey, at one point she herself was a contestant singing her amply named song Piece of Me.

She’s been a judge on Channel 7’s Popstars, an APRA ambassador plus holds a degree in Psychology and Criminology. She’s continuously lent her voice to the European EDM scene, writing and featuring with acts like Leroy Styles, Deep Matter, Gabi Newman. She’s sung to LGBTQ audiences from Manchester’s Pride to Sydney’s Mardi Gras.

So here we are, Tania Doko’s first solo material in 15 years, completed. The first single Harder Now, is a song that musically and lyrically brings you straight into the heartily core of the work. It’s hypnotic, pulsating, tribal. A current and emotional tidal wave to simply, ride, travel with you.

Out of the heart, comes everything and in the light, it’s golden…

Support act, Mia Pisano is a songwriter from Naarm (Melbourne). Her original music melds the earnest storytelling of Patty Griffin and Lori McKenna, with the wit and cheek of Kacey Musgraves and Kate Miller-Heidke. Mia’s modern take on country-folk and Americana is eclectic and unapologetic, speckled with ornate melodies and metaphors.