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Episode 1 – “Reincarnation”

Tammie returns to Oshawa after regrouping herself in Montreal Introducing Durham Region Social Services, SOCAN.

Episode 2 – “Reclamation” 

Tammie pitches the City of Oshawa on the idea that Oshawa Rocks!  Introducing the City of Oshawa.

Episode 3 – “Reinvention”

Tammie meets legendary Punk Rocker Joey Shithead and gets some sound advice.  Featuring DOA and Joey Shithead, The Dungeon.

Episode 4 – “Release” 

Tammie belts out a tune an ode to her hungers, and sings for her supper.  Featuring “Bus Stop” cover.

Episode 5 – “Reflection”

Tammie learns to live her inner performer with Death Metal Band Wetwork frontwoman, Doc.  Featuring Wetwork, Doc, and Bryan Mallon, The Dungeon.

Episode 6 – “Refraction”

Tammie explores the idea of brand integrity with his Former Worship John Gray, and Silvercade frontman, Crash Harris.  Featuring Silvercade and Crash Harris, Former Mayor of Oshawa, John Gray.

Episode 7 – “Integrity”

Tammie explores her own notion of artistic integrity. Featuring “One” cover, Rundle Tower, City of Oshawa. SOCAN.

Episode 8 – “Integration”

Tammie expands her artisitic vision and explores the world and possibilities of feature filmmaking.  Featuring the Toronto International Film Festival, Juno.

Episode 9 – “Ignoblesse” 

Tammie expresses her frustration with being ignored, and finds solace in her muse and musical mentor.  Featuring Doug Hell

Episode X – “Insurrection”

Tammie struggles to maintain order in her household as conflict arises between her rebellious tween, family opposed to her career choice who call in the Durham Region Children’s Aid Society to arbitrate.  Featuring Durham Region Children’s Aid Society

Episode 11 – “Indignation” 

Tammie begins working on her first single release, and lands a gig making her debut professional dance performance for Dirty Bird and Misfits.  Featuring Dirty Bird and Misfits, The Pheonix Concert Theatre.  In Memory of Dirty Bird Front man Glenn Feick aka ‘Uncle Anus’

Episode 12 – “Emulation”

Tammie continues her struggle to emulate a “rockstar” production on a shoestring budget, and uncovers her own misconceptions when she meets up with reality TV ‘Rockstar’, Lukas Rossi.  Featuring “Rape Me” cover and Lukas Rossi, The Dungeon

Episode 13 – “13”

Tammie brings the season to an end with her favorite band, The Cure, and looks back over the seasons highs, lows, and everything in between.  Featuring SOCAN and The Cure crew, Air Canada Centre.