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content After what can only be described as an incredible 2013, Tori Darke is already well on the way to making 2014 ‘her year’! This impressive musician just keeps going from strength to strength in her career, and fans can expect a whole lot more this year, especially with the release of her second long player just around the corner. Tori kicked off 2014 having been selected by a panel of esteemed music industry judges as a Top 10 finalists in the 2014 Toyota Star Maker competition. Her beautiful vocals and amazing performance saw her selected as one of the Top 4 Grand Finalists, a position that has previously launched the careers of the likes of Keith Urban, Lee Kernaghan, Beccy Cole and Kylie Sackley to name a few. To add to this accolade, Tori was also the only female artist who made it through to the TOYOTA STAR MAKER Grand Finals for 2014. No stranger to this event, this talented musician was a Top 5 Finalist in 2010 and a Top 10 Finalist in 2009.
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الخيار ثنائي رحلة 2012 was also a massive year for Tori, she achieved incredible charting success as her singles hit high rotation on radio stations around the country, undertook a Nashville songwriting trip, performed to Australian troops in the Solomon Islands and joined an amazing line-up at some of the country’s most coveted festivals. Tori kicked off 2012 with charting success with the release of her third single to radio (from her debut release Dreams & Chances). The single, Great Mistake, hit #1 on the Cool Country 2KA charts, #9 on CMC, #14 on Country Tracks Top 30 and #9 on Mildura’s HOT FM charts. Her next single, Cut Me Loose, the fourth from her album, worked its way up the Top 40 charts on radio and CMC. Tori also charted on the Reverbnation National Country Charts’ Top 10 at #10 and has held the #1 spot on the Reverbnation Local Charts for more than 12 weeks. The last single released from her debut album No You No Me also seared up the charts. It reached #1 on Mildura’s HOT FM, #1 on Cool Country Radio and #3 on the Australian Country Music Charts. It also held the #1 spot on the Reverbnation charts for 16-weeks, a pretty impressive feat for this versatile country performer.
my response Tori also took important steps in establishing herself as a reputable songwriter. She travelled to Los Angeles to record backing vocals on Billy Ray Cyrus’ new single That’s What Daddy’s Do and returned to the US again later in the year for a month-long songwriting trip. During this time, Tori performed in and around Nashville venues also taking the opportunity to write with some of Nashville’s best – John Bettis [Hall of Fame inductee], Michael Davey [who penned Martina McBride’s hit single Ride] and Phil Barton [who wrote Lee Brice’s #1 hit A Woman Like You] to name a few – and returned to Australia with 13 new tracks under her belt. Tori then travelled to the Solomon Islands where she performed for Australian troops as part of an official contingent organised by Force Entertainment for the Depart of Defence. Tori Darke was an amazing artist to have on the Forces Entertainment tour to the Solomon Islands. Tori’s energy and stage presence were fantastic and she was a huge hit with the crowd she performed for. Forces Entertainment would not hesitate on having Tori on another tour again soon – Forces Entertainment.
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