As one half of Bachelor Girl, Tania Doko (pictured)enjoyed much success through the decade long journey with James Roche. It was 1998 when Bachelor Girl's debut single Buses & Trains leapt onto the Australian music charts and since that time became one of the country's leading live and recording acts.
These days Tania has a new album with her new electro rock band SHE SAID YES (SSY).
Securing the support for the Darren Hayes national tour October 2007, SHE SAID YES released their critically acclaimed debut independent EP to coincide with the tour.
Tania recently wrote and recorded a song with the Veronica’s called “Don’t Say Goodbye”.
She’s a busy girl, but she took the time to chat to The Hump Day Crew. Click here to hear the interview.
Also visit www.myspace.com/shesaidyesband for gig updates and SSY releases...