"Tia McGraff is a fantastic singer with her own vocal personality which reminds me of an early Linda Ronstadt.".......Randy Bachman (BTO and Guess Who)
"This is damn good stuff"....Steve Wariner on "Jewel's Café"
"Tia McGraff is real, and is really needed in today's marketplace of music."......Devon O'Day WSIX Radio, Nashville, TN
TIA McGRAFF is proud to introduce to the world "Jewel's Café."
This album is a collection of co-written and self-penned songs that will take the listener on a nostalgic journey through time lost, love found, and mysteries revealed.
The album was produced by legendary rocker and writer Gary O', who wrote "One Time For Old Times" and "Back Where You Belong" for .38 Special. Here,Tia and Gary team up for a duet version of "One Time For Old Times" and Tia sings a rockin' version of Gary's, "Ghost of 66". A song he wrote after been inspired during a trip down the legendary Route 66. Tia recently received a wonderful review on the Route 66 website. You can check it out at: www.roots66.com
TIA McGRAFF is a sensational, engaging, endearing singer and songwriter whose time has arrived. TIA was born in Port Dover, Ontario, Canada and is currently living in Nashville, Tennessee. TIA has written and recorded with such notables as Randy Bachman, Mark Slaughter, Adam Mitchell, Gary O', Dan Hill, and Andrew Gold. She has had numerous videos in rotation on CMT Canada and has received international airplay in both Canada and Europe. In fact her last CD, "Small Town Life" was nominated for "Indie Album of the Year" at the E.C.M.A. awards held in Nashville.
TIA'S latest releases include 2 songs written and recorded on a compilation CD called "One Less Tear" with all proceeds going to various cancer centres in both the U.S. and Canada. She performs with artists such as Olivia Newton-John, Donnie and Johnny Van Zandt, Kevin Sharp, and Mark Slaughter. Check this album out at www.onelesstear.com
If you're looking for real talent, honest lyrics, and unforgettable melodies then you will want to add TIA McGRAFF and "Jewel's Café" to your CD collection.