Mitch Tambo

Mitch is a new voice for our generation creating music that cuts across cultures.

A proud Gamilaraay man, the Melbourne-based entertainer first came to national attention in 2019 when he performed the iconic John Farnham anthem, You’re the Voice on Australia’s Got Talent. Wearing the Dhinawan and Murray crest and feathers which have significant meaning to his people, Mitch’s performance thoroughly embraced his Aboriginal culture. The moving rendition left a mark on the judges and the talented performer rightfully earned himself the final ‘gold buzzer’ in the last audition episode.

Mitch continued to impress the judges in the semi-finals with another powerful version of You’re the Voice sung in Mitch’s native Gamilarray language. That performance earned Mitch a place in the 2019 grand final of the hit series and he hasn’t looked back.

Whilst he may have not won the ultimate crown, Mitch none-the-less won the hearts of Australians and people around the world, with his independent album Guurrama-Li subsequently soaring up the iTunes World Music charts. The album was a smash hit in Australia, UK, USA and parts of Eastern Europe, reaching #1 in Australia where it stayed for five consecutive weeks, #2 in the UK and #34 in the US. The album recently re-entered the Australian iTunes World Music Chart peaking at #1, and his version of You’re the Voice, also hit #1.

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