24min | English | Igal Hecht
Tara Shannon’s music has been described as soft rock/inspirational with plenty of soul. Her latest project, SAY, in support of the Canadian Hospice Palliative Care Association showcases her work as a sought-after songwriter with a talent to capture the essence of a message. Previous campaigns such as The Butterfly Child, in partnership with DEBRA Canada and Be You Girl, in partnership with Morguard Investments and Big Brother Big Sisters, have showcased Shannon’s gift as a songwriter and revealed a philanthropist's heart. Her previous single Mutha, co-written with Roxie Dean (Reba McEntire, Faith Hill, Jamie O’Neal) garnered more than 1 million video views and reached Top 50 on the Music Row Country Breakout chart in the US. Where The Light Comes In, Shannon’s latest EP, was released in 2019.
Shannon founded her own label, Willow Sound Records, and co-founded the publishing company Syndicut Music Publishing with Nashville’s Debbie Zavitson. For both her musical and charitable endeavors, Shannon has been featured in media across North America including Etalk, Global’s The Morning Show, CBC’s All in Day, CP24 Breakfast, Sirius XM’s Ward and Al, and many more. Shannon also had the opportunity to host the American hit TV show Country Fix in 2017, a CJM Production that airs in more than 100 million households worldwide on networks including Heartland, The Family Channel, and more.