Tami live @ Fox Theater, Boulder CO
Singer/songwriter Tami Gosnell, formerly of the bands Disco Goddess and The Meek, will be playing a venue near you! There are many ways to enjoy her 'melodically aggressive acoustic-based rock'. She can be seen solo with guitar in hand, playing originals and covers by her favorite bands, and other times she is joined by members of the Chris Bramble Band. Tami has played professionally since 1997, and she has penned and performs over 150 songs full of thought-provoking lyrics and emotion-provoking riffs and melodies.
The full length 2006 release, Star Satellite, features Tami playing guitar, bass, and keybords and is available for purchase via www.tamigosnell.com. Vince Darcangelo from the Boulder Weekly said "Though the wet dream of a Janis Joplin/Ani Difranco double bill will remain fantasy, Tami Gosnell gives a hint of what this would be like in one soulful, dynamite performance."
Never shy of adventure, Tami’s “out of the box” approach to life recently led her to the halls of American Idol where she was an instant hit, not only with the judges but the public at large. Her heartfelt rendition of “Whipping Post” instantly propelled her to the top of the food chain leading all other female performers in the following Entertainment Weekly poll, the most comprehensive poll of all AI TV viewers.
Of her performance, the often cantankerous Simon Cowell said “I really, really like you. You’re like someone who would’ve been a big star in the 60’s… you’ve got a terrific voice… you stand out, I love that… 1,000 % yes!” Randy Jackson and Paula Abdul were in total agreement.
Tami is not just a talented singer/songwriter/performer. She lives all aspects of her life consciously and with purpose. She is a Flower of Life graduate, a political activist who opposes U.S. imperial wars and who favors a free and sovereign U.S. republic, she supports and is active in all forms of sustainability (which she believes is pure and true independence), and is currently learning modes of sound healing and recording for the betterment of the whole of mankind.