Tammy exits Voice of Ireland thankful for the experience

Newbridge singer and Voice of Ireland finalist Tammy Browne has come to the end of her journey with the hit RTE singing competion.

Newbridge singer and Voice of Ireland finalist Tammy Browne has come to the end of her journey with the hit RTE singing competion.

Tammy, who was mentored by singing sensation and judge Sharon Corr during her time on the show, said that although she was voted off on Sunday, April 7 last, she enjoyed every minute of it.

“Unfortunately it just wasn’t my journey,” she said.

“Thankfully my singing wasn’t called into question so on a personal level I’m extremely happy with that.

“The experience was fantastic from visiting schools around the Kildare are to taking part in the St. Patrick’s Day Parade and for the continued support at the Leinster Leader.

“I am grateful for every single person that picked up their phone to vote or anyone that tweeted or texted me well wishes.

“The support was really fantastic and much appreciated.”

The well-known singer from Dara Park has been singing since the age of five in shows and local pantos, and has gigged from the age of 16 around the country.

She is also no stranger to TV talent shows having made it to the live shows of You’re A Star in 2006.

“I’m a little relieved to get back to normality and back to singing for the love of it without the pressure of being judged on live TV but again I’m grateful for the platform and experience.”

- Paula Campbell