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Tania Doko

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As one half of Bachelor Girl, Tania Doko enjoyed much success through the decade long journey with James Roche. In 1998 Bachelor Girl’s debut single, Buses and Trains,” was not only an Australian smash but an International hit as well, including the U.S, Europe and South East Asia. The song-writing chemistry between Tania and James was explosive and their double platinum selling debut , “Waiting For The Day” won them the 1998 ARIA (The Australian equivalent of a Grammy) for Best Producer and put them on the unstoppable trajectory towards their second album, Dysfunctional (2002) which features hits including “I’m Just a Girl” & “Drowning Not Waving”. In 1999, with 4 ARIA Award nominations and the APRA Award for Song of The Year & PPCA most played song on Australian radio (Buses & Trains), Bachelor Girl rode high on the airwaves and the charts as their debut release spawned five smash hit singles including “Buses and Trains”, “Treat Me Good’’ and the anthemic Australian classic “Permission To Shine”. Following the album’s amazing success in Australia & abroad, Tania was invited to perform a lead role in SEL’s ‘Tim Rice Musical Spectacular’ (2001). The talented artist was also asked to participate in a judge/mentor role on Channel 7’s ‘Popstars’ (2004) the Australian Idol. Tania’s singing/acting landed her a role in ‘SERIOUSLY, the Pet Shop Boys Reinterpreted’, which took her to the Edinburgh Fringe festival where she enjoyed rave reviews and endorsements from many people including the Pet Shop Boys themselves.

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