Tania Maree Kernaghan (born 18 July 1968 in Albury, New South Wales) is an Australian country music singer. She is the sister of Lee Kernaghan and daughter of Ray Kernaghan Career: In 1992, Kernaghan released her first single, "I'll Be Gone". Her first album, "December Moon", was released in 1996. At the time of releasing her fourth album "Higher Ground" in 2005, Tania started her own record label. Discography: December Moon (1996), Dancing On Water (1999), Big Sky Country (2001), Higher Ground (2005), Livin' the Dream (2009), Other Projects: Tania was a co-host on the Australian travelling show Discover Down-under, in which Tania travelled to numerous tourist destinations around Australia. She is now a presenter for Channel 7's What's Up Downunder. She also had a part in the film 'Shadows of the Past' playing the role of Sally Robson.

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