The Australian pop group Bachelor Girl formed in 1992 when songwriter/producer/keyboardist/vocalist James Roche met vocalist Tania Emilia Doko. Roche was creating a demo tape of a song he wrote for another group, Girlfriend. When his original singer canceled, he recruited Doko, which sparked a collaboration. The duo began writing and recording in search of a record deal; after Sony rejected them, Bachelor Girl found a home with Gotham Records in 1997. The following year saw the release of several singles and a debut album, Waiting for the Day, which was released as Breaking Through From Down Under on Arista Records in the U.S. Prior to Bachelor Girl, Roche wrote music for television and worked with artists like Glenn Frey, Christopher Cross, and Tommy Emmanuel as a keyboardist and producer. ~ Heather PharesPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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