TAMWORTH often means “place of many album launches” and for Victoria McGee, it’s the perfect atmosphere in which to release Fire In The Wind.
It is her second album and produced by Louie Shelton.
Victoria will launch the album on Saturday at the Powerhouse’s Guy Kable Room at 5pm and it’s open to the public.
“The Guy Kable Room has a beautiful ambience,” she said.
“It’s going to be a really good night all ’round.”
Before the launch, Victoria will present her Patsy Cline show tonight that she performed a few years ago at the Blue Water Country Music Festival and it was so popular she had standing room only.
“I hope to get the same response in Tamworth,” she said.
Victories said she hoped to stay around to see other artists perform and drink a bit of whiskey.
“I love the variety of talent on offer and catching up with old friends because Tamworth is somewhere we congregate at the one time of the year,” she said.
“The is too much talent to see everyone and you can’t get a better vibe than Tamworth.”
Fire In The Wind is a mix of traditional country and modern songs with a different voice tone this time around.
“My voice has matured out of sight since the first album, which surprised both me and Louie,” she said.
“I have a totally different tone of voice.
“I’m keen to go to Nashville too.We got the majority of the songs from Sony Nashville, so they’re pretty keen to see what we came up with when we recorded them,” Victoria said.