Tara Jane McDonald is an English-Irish songwriter and vocalist signed to Mercury/Universal records and equal rights & LGBTQ activist. Tara achieved success working and co-writing with Armand Van Helden and Axwell on the chart hits 'My My My' and 'Feel the Vibe'. Both these projects debuted at No. 1 in the club charts before peaking in the UK sales charts at No. 12 and No. 16, respectively. She has also collaborated with Todd Terry co-writing the song 'Get Down' and with David Guetta co-writing 'Delirious' and 'You Are Not Alone'. 'Delirious' – which featured on the platinum selling album 'Pop Life' LP' – was one of the most heavily played records on European radio throughout 2008. McDonald hosts her own dance music radio show called "I Like This Beat" (formerly called "Shut Up & Dance") which is a one-hour show currently syndicated in 40+ countries and 50+ stations across the world and on dance music stations and is also a podcast available as a free download through iTunes worldwide. At the start of 2012, Tara worked as an assistant vocal coach on the first series of the TV show The Voice in Belgium alongside the French pop star Quentin Mosimann. The winner of this series, Roberto Bellarosa, was from their team and went on to sign a recording contract with Sony records. McDonald signed a two album deal with Mercury/Universal in 2012 and her debut album will be released in 2016. In 2014, McDonald released a new single featuring Snoop Dogg called "Vay-K". Tara McDonald is the current host of "I Like This Beat" on Dash Radio.