I am passionate about music, healing, finding your voice, discovery, people, life.

My earliest memory is singing into a microphone as my 22 year old father recorded my voice on a Grundig reel-to-reel recorder. I was two. I also remember the thrill of running down the aisle at Zagreb’s Music Hall when the performer invited a volunteer to come onstage and sing with him. I was four.

The thrill is always there whether I run or walk calmly onto stage to sing. Whether I am in a big arena or an intimate setting, the opportunity to tell a story and move others with my music is a precious gift to me.

My road has been filled with ups and downs, with times of personal confusion, identity crisis, loneliness, abuse, of running away and hiding. With bad times filled with fear of emptiness and good times in which I discovered my purpose, found happiness and love in marriage and motherhood, and regained courage to be ME. 

Through it all, music was my way to reach out, express myself, to pray and heal.

Throughout my journey, knowing there was someone out there who could hear my voice and my songs gave me a sense of being heard, accepted, understood and loved. And for that I thank YOU.

So here it is: my life, my career, my story…so far!

Musically, I might seem to be all over the place – with different music styles, different production levels, different genres. But please don’t try to define and fit me into any particular box. I am a singer/songwriter and passionate about my music, I use it to express myself and give voice to my soul- as free as I am courageous to let it be.

Thank you for visiting my website, thank you for listening to my music and allowing me to inspire you. 

Nashville, June 3, 2017


Tatiana Tajci Cameron is an award winning music artist, speaker, TV show host, author, humanitarian and a certified life coach.

Tajci became a pop superstar at the age of 19 (as finalist at Eurovision), reached platinum record sales, performed to sold out sporting arenas and had a limited addition of “Tajci Doll” made in her likeness.

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, she graduated from American Musical and Dramatic Academy, performed at venues such as Carnegie Hall and Madison Square Garden; in over 1,000 concert events throughout the US; and wrote a musical “My Perfectly Beautiful Life”. Most recently, Tajci released an indie pop album AWAKEN and launched a TV show “Waking Up in America”.

Tajci mentors inmates at the TN State Prison for Women with “Better Decisions” and is an advocate for victims of abuse, rape and sex trafficking.

She lives in Franklin, TN with her husband Matthew and their three sons Dante, Evan and Blais.