Tania Maree Kernaghan, 18 July 1968, Albury, New South Wales, Australia. Kernaghan was raised in a highly musical atmosphere, her father is Ray Kernaghan and her siblings are brother Lee Kernaghan and sister Fiona. Tania first performed in public at the age of four and was very soon a seasoned performer. From six she was in Lees band, the Blue Devils. She formed her own group when she was 18 and swiftly gained popularity. With Fiona, she has written some successful songs, notably Ill Be Gone, which in 1992 was her first single. Kernaghans first three albums produced numerous hit singles and several successes at the Australian Country Music Awards ceremonies of the late 90s, including 1997s Album Of The Year for December Moon, which went platinum, and the Golden Guitar for Best Female Vocal, for The Verandah. A track from the follow-up Dancing On Water, Dunroamin Station received a lot of airplay and...