Vicki has been singing for as long as she can remember.  But that's not why she's so good.   It's the combination of experiences, training and just plain talent that makes up the vocal package that she brings to the table.

Her musical beginnings in Australia included playing brass instruments from the age of 8, and graduating from the Queensland Conservatorium of Music with a Bachelor of Music, majoring in Tuba performance, and minoring in Voice.  While in college, she joined the local Army Reserve Band, then joined the Active Duty Band a few years later.

Vicki came to the US in 2002, and joined the 257th Army Band in 2005 as a percussionist and lead vocalist.  After winning the nationwide singing competition "Military Idol" Vicki has performed at sporting events such as Nationals, DC United, and Capitals games and the Washington Redskins Military Appreciation Day

Other performances include Radio City Music Hall, the Army Birthday Ball, the Washington DC Cherry Blossom Parade, the Washington DC Independence Day parade, and many more performances for the USO, the DC National Guard, and other Military organizations throughout the DC Area.  

Since 2010, Vicki has also heavily involved with the organization C.A.M.M.O - Center for Military Music Opportunities. This has included performances at the GI Film Festival and other DC Venues as part of "Voices of Service", and performances nationwide as part of the singing group “4TROOPS".

Most recently, Vicki has performed with the cast of the "Tarantino Songbook" at the Howard Theater in Washington DC, a show originally put together by Adam Levowitz in New York, and recently opened in DC. 




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