Tania Kernaghan is undoubtedly everybody’s favourite “country girl next door”. She comes across as “the real deal” because she really is like the people she sings about on her hit records. But take a closer look past the youthful demeanor and you’ll see there’s even more to Tania. She’s a uniquely Australian woman with a lot of heart – and strength. She’s also proud of who she is and where she’s from.
With record sales now in the hundreds of thousands and chart success that is matched by her reputation as one of Australia’s finest live performing artists – crowds can hear a good time coming as soon as she steps out on stage. From Broken Hill to Bondi, Darwin to the Dandenongs and from Perth to Parachilna – Tania Kernaghan’s career continues to build from strength to strength.
Tania Kernaghan travels from Queensland Australia
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Planning Institute of Australia, Queensland Division
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"It is wonderful that even today, with all the competition of radio, television, films, and records, the book has kept its precious character. A book is somehow sacred. A dictator can kill and maim people, can sink to any kind of tyranny and only be hated. But when books are burnt the ultimate in tyranny has happened. This we cannot forgive."
John Steinbeck; Nobel Prize speech 1962