BIO

Canadian fiddle music, Country, Americana and Roots-Rock are the primary foundations Tania Elizabeth draws most heavily upon, her versatility a hallmark of her work.
From the driving sets of tunes on Juno Award-nominated and winning albums by The Duhks to the abstract soundscapes on Mary Gauthier’s “The Foundling” and the Cowboy Junkies’ “Demons” to the grooving country hooks on The Avett Brother’s “High Steppin’”, Tania weaves herself into music, supporting, encouraging, listening and responding. A full time touring musician since her first cross-Canada tour at age 16, Tania has had the honor of playing festivals and concerts around the world for hundreds of thousands of people, and opportunities to record in some of the best studios with inspiring producers and legendary musicians.
She is nothing short of thankful.

AWARDS

·Grammy Award Nomination, Best American Roots Performance (The Avett Brothers, Ain’t No Man, 2017)
·Grammy Award Nomination, Best Americana Album (The Avett Brothers, True Sadness, 2017)
·Grammy Award Nominee, Best Country Song with Vocals by a Group or Duo (The Duhks, Heaven’s My Home, Migrations, Sugarhill Records 2007)
·Grammy Award, Best Traditional Folk Album (Various Artists, Beautiful Dreamer, The Songs of Stephen Foster, American Roots Publishing, 2004)
·Juno Award, Roots & Traditional Album of the Year (The Duhks, The Duhks, 2006)
·Juno Award Nominee, Roots & Traditional Album of the Year (The Duhks, Fast Paced World, Sugarhill Records, 2009)
·Juno Award Nominee, Roots & Traditional Album of the Year (The Duhks, Migrations, Sugarhill Records, 2007)
·Juno Award Nominee, Roots & Traditional Album of the Year (The Duhks, Your Daughters And Your Sons, Independent, 2003)
·Folk Alliance Award, Emerging Artist of the Year & Band of the Year (2006)
·Western Canadian Music Award, Outstanding Roots Recording (2005)
·Americana Music Awards, Emerging Artist of the Year (2005)
· Youth Classical Chamber Ensemble, Competed at the provincial level in the BC Festival of the Arts, in Prince George, BC (1999)
· Best Senior Fiddle, BC Festival of the Arts, Victoria (1998)
· Youth Fiddle Award, Kamloops Annual Fiddle Contest (1997)
·Youth Leader of the Year, CFAX 1070 Community Awards (1999)
This Side Up, Tania Elizabeth, Independent (1999) (Just Plain Folks Music Award, Best Celtic Album (2001)