Tanya Witt

Tanya Witt

 Lake Elsinore, California, USA

Tanya Witt began her career in music at the age of three. She has sung with great such as Ray Charles, performed for as many as 20,000 people, and spent several years performing with Branson Superstars. She has a unique, powerful sound and relates well to music lovers of all ages.


Tanya Witt began entertaining at the age of three. Following in the footsteps of her grandparents and father, she loved an audience! As a teen Tanya founded and managed "Tanya And Company"; a four-person entertainment troupe that performed weekly for five years. She had already decided at an early age to make a career of her passion for performance and song.

Tanya was accepted into the esteemed Music Business program at Belmont University in Nashville, TN. While attending college she performed at legendary venues such as Nashville Palace, Tootsies Lounge, Lonnies, and Barbara's. She had the opportunity to work with many talented Nashville songwriters and publishers including TKO (Sawyer Brown) Music, Bug Music, and Glen Campbell Music.

Tanya auditioned for and won a spot in a small choir that backed up Ray Charles in one of his final concerts, "The Gospel According To Ray Charles". The show was released on pay-per-view, CD, and DVD and airs frequently during the holiday months. She has also shared a stage with musical greats such as Kenny Rogers, Jo De Messina, Boy Howdy, and Poison.

Tanya performs with the Branson Superstars as a soloist and backup singer during their Midwest tours. She works as a demo and jingle singer/voice over artist in the Southern California market. She is represented by nine different talent agencies and contracts independently.

She has performed in front of as many as 20,000 people and has appeared nationally on television stations ESPN, TNN, and CMT as well as locally on NBC, ABC, and Fox affiliates. Tanya has sung at venues such as: the Lambeau Field Atrium, the Target Center, the Meyer Theater, the Bradley Center, Toyota Park, Miller Park, the Kress Center, and the Resch Center. She has performed the National Anthem for the Chicago Machine, Minnesota Lynx, Wisconsin Timber Rattlers, Horizon League Playoffs, Luxemburg Speedway, Wisconsin Toughman, UWGB Phoenix, Green Bay Bullfrogs, Milwaukee Rumble, Milwaukee Brewers, Green Bay Gamblers, Milwaukee Admirals, and the Green Bay Blizzard.

Tanya often lends her vocals to radio broadcasts, charity causes, and special events. She enjoys live theater as well and when time permits she entertains with several community groups. She fronted three successful bands; all stylistically different: Acoustic "Past Due", Variety "Straight Up", and Cabaret "Twisted Angels".