Vocalist/songwriter Tammy Raybould is among Canada’s savored charms. Since 1998, Raybould’s D.We.Y. strategy with her debut EP, Facade, garnered essential acclaim, not forgetting major radio perform in her homeland. Shared times with 54-40, Sloan, and an appearance with Sarah McLachlan in the first-ever Lilith Good offered Raybould the added self-confidence to continue. Her studio room debut, Probably, was released on Sony Music Canada in 1998; Raybould’s solitary, “Caring You,” got top places among the adult modern graphs while also becoming featured within an bout of Dawson’s Creek in 2001. That same 12 months, Raybould was against Nelly Furtado for Greatest New Solo Designer in the Canadian Radio Music Awards; nevertheless, a nomination would suffice. Raybould’s publicity was quickly increasing. She authorized a cope with guitargirls.com in-may 2002 and appeared in the Atlantis Music Meeting in Atlanta later that summer time.