Tammy started performing with Radio Rage, a band based out of L.A. Performing at such places as Disneyland and Las Vegas. She says, "While playing a gig at the Monte Carlo, Adrian Young the actual drummer of No Doubt was in the audience and sat in with us. I also have played with cover bands in Northern CA, and top Casinos in Reno, NV. When I would sing No Doubt songs and put on my blonde wig, night after night, people would approach me and tell me I look and sound just like Gwen Stefani. I was very flattered. But let it go in one ear and out the other, for a while. It kept happening. I would be in a store or a casino and people would come up to me and tell me the same thing. Even other musicians would say, 'Hey you should do a No Doubt tribute.' It finally occurred to me that I should take this wonderful opportunity and put this project together."
"I had to find the perfect players, and I found the band in Reno. They are a cover band. They were voted best band in Reno over and over again, by the Reno Gazette Journal. Three of the musicians were the players for Rob Hannahís salute to Rod Stewart at the height of his career."
"I also grew up in Orange, CA. I would put on talent shows as a little girl. I guess itís in my blood to perform. I love Gwen Stefaniís style, and what a great artist to salute! Since then I have a platinum blonde life and I also bleach out the color. So when in doubt, hire Gwen In Doubt."
"I have also been featured on channel 8 news of Reno, NV as an aspiring songwriter and singer. I will be coming out with a solo CD entitled ďWicked Grip.Ē Itís an alternative pop sound. Channel 8 news affiliated show Impulse at the time viewed my music video of the song, 'That Doesnít Matter' off the Wicked Grip CD. An international artist Paul Manktelow did the artwork on the cover of the CD. I also have collaborated with an up and coming rap artist, 'Raskal' and co-wrote the song entitled. 'Let Me Know.' Since then I have also worked with other very talented musicians and co-wrote other songs on my CD."