Biography Early life Tara was born in Gander, Newfoundland but moved frequently during her developmental years. Chris Arthurs (Bramalea Secondary School) for giving her the discipline and know-how to be successful in the music business.
Tara first moved to Malton, ON, when she was 10 years old and then later to Brampton, ON, where she attended high school at Bramalea Secondary School. At 16, Tara was signed to an indie label and released her first country music single.
Visit Oram stepped into the spotlight as the star of the CMT produced show 'The Tara Diaries.' Her undeniable spirit and unshakeable drive proved her a stand out singer/songwriter and performer, earning her a recording contract with leading country music label, Open Road Recordings.
In April of 2010, Tara performed and spoke at the event benefiting the Dr. Bliss Murphy Cancer Care Foundation in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Born in Gander, NFLD, Tara's music is inspired by her family, and is a celebration of her small town roots.
I was not about to give up on years of paying my dues to become and instant star.
My parents and friends understood my feelings but still pursued to talk me into auditioning." Tara instanly caught the eye of the judges and was given a ticket to Toronto."Canadian Idol" 2007Tara first hit Canadian television screens when she auditioned for Canadian Idol in St. during her run on the show, Tara excited fans and judges alike, covering artists such as Michelle Wright, Martina Mc Bride, Shania Twain and Dwight Yoakam.
Tara breached the top ten mark but, much to the dismay of her fans, was voted off Canadian Idol in August, 2007.
The band played the bar/club circuit and corporate events around Ontario for the better part of four years, performing a mix of country, top 40, rock, R'n B and retro.
In 2007, Oram auditioned for the hit show Canadian Idol, earning a 6th-place finish on the hit reality show.
For four years, my parents tried to talk me into auditioning for the Idol show.