"I have 3 CDs and have gifted several out. They are great!" - Robyn
"Tajci doesn't just perform. She anoints" - Brian
"I was blown away by Tajci's performance..."
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“Tajci doesn’t just sing. She anoints with beautiful melodies and lyrics poured out from HER heart directly to YOUR heart. She embraces, she loves, she comforts, she uplifts, she renews hope and joy and she inspires you to believe.”
"From the moment she took the stage, the entire room was captivated. 250 women and girls were silent, hanging on every word and every note. As Tajci wove a web of humor, vulnerability, and reverence in song and speech, for those listening, she became a daughter, a mother, a friend."
“When Tajči performs ‘I Thirst’, you witness the presence of her deep faith. Rather than just being entertained by her beautiful singing, you experience the feeling of a powerful prayer depicting the Way of the Cross”
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Tatiana "Tajci" Cameron is an award winning singer and performer, motivational speaker, producer and host of TV show Waking Up in America, published author, and a mom of three sons.
Former Croatian superstar, Tajci left her fame in order to find a deeper meaning to life and moved to America at the age of 21. In New York, Tajci graduated from American Musical and Dramatic Academy, performed at numerous venues - from off off Broadway theaters to Carnegie Hall and Madison Square Garden; in over 1,000 "I Do Believe" concert events throughout the US; and wrote a full length musical "My Perfectly Beautiful Life". Most recently, Tajci released an indie pop album AWAKEN and launched a TV show "Waking Up in America".
Her music, video and live events were featured on mainstream and faith based media (including all major Catholic media).
Tajci volunteers with Better Decisions mentoring inmates at the state prison and works with Thistle Farms and EndSlaveryTN to prevent human trafficking and provide healing for those affected by it.
In 2017, Tajci lost her husband Matthew to Stage 4 non smokers' lung cancer.
She lives in Nashville, TN with their three sons.