- At just 22 years of age, this dynamic
talent hails from Newcastle, NSW. Victoria McGee has been
singing since the age of eight and entertaining professionally in
Sydney and surrounding areas
since age 14.Victoria was first trained by Melbourne based
entertainer “Matt O’Connor”. More recently
she studied Contemporary Singing at Newcastle Conservatorium with
Singer “Francine Bell”. Currently Victoria studies vocal
techniques developed in the USA in Sydney
on a weekly basis. Victoria has been special guest at various
sporting events including NRL Games, NBL
Game and NSW Boxing Championships.
- Victoria is a versatile performer who
loves performing all styles of music from Cabaret,
Contemporary & Musical Theatre, but her first love is Country and
she can yodel too! Performing
professionally for the past eight years, Victoria has entertained
in some of Sydney’s most prestigious
venues including Sydney Harbour Cruises, Star City Casino and many
- In 2004 Victoria was crowned
“Contemporary Country Singer Of The Year” in the McDonalds
Challenge in Sydney.
- Victoria has had many career highlights.
She fi rst appeared on National Television at age 13,
performing as “Opening Artist” on the 1997 NBN Telethon. She
headlined alongside acts such as “The
Seekers” and “Grace Knight.”
- Early in 2005, Victoria was selected as
one of the “Top 5” in her age category on Channel Ten’s “The
X Factor”. 10,000 people auditioned for the show. Victoria was
invited back to the show to perform
as special guest on the “Grand Final” Show which went live to air
in May 05’.
June 2005, Victoria auditioned for “Australian Idol,” she was
successful again. Victoria was
selected as one of the “Top 30” contestants in Australia. 25,000
people auditioned for the show.
- (Also successful for Channel 9’s “Star
Struck”– Due to prior commitments with Channel Ten she was
unable to star in the show.)
- In 2005 Victoria was offered Lead Role
at “Universal Studios” in Osaka, Japan.
- In 2006 Victoria was placed second in
Australia at the “National Country Music Championships,
competing to represent her Newcastle Champion of Champions Title.
- In late 2006 Victoria completed
recording her first album on the sunny Gold Coast with Legendary
Guitarist and Record Producer Louie Shelton. Over the past several
decades you would have heard
Louie’s signature guitar riffs and solos on more hit records than
any other session guitarist in history.
While there are too many to mention, some of his classics include,
Boz Scaggs’ “Low Down”, Lionel
Richie’s “Hello”, Neil Diamond’s “Play Me”, The Jackson Five’s “I
Want You Back”, “ABC” and “I’ll Be
There, The Monkees’ “Last Train To Clarksville” and “Valerie”.
Some of the other artists Louie recorded
with include John Lennon, Whitney Houston, Barbra Streisand,
Marvin Gaye, Diana Ross, The
Carpenters, Joe Cocker, Kenny Rodgers, The Mamas & Papas, James
Brown, Ella Fitzgerald and many
others. Not only did Louie play guitar on Seals & Crofts greatest
hits, “Summer Breeze”, “Diamond
Girl”, “We May Never Pass This Way Again” and “Get Closer”, he
produced their many Gold and
Victoria’s album features eleven tracks
from some of Nashville's top songwriters who have penned hits for
Sara Evans, Carrie Underwood, Martina McBride, Faith Hill, Terri
Clarke, LeAnn Womack, Trisha
Yearwood George Strait and Many More. For Bookings / More Info
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