Tama Girard

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Musical artist

Tama Girard (born September 16, 1971) is an American singer[1] www.thebuzz967.com fcc broadcast, songwriter [2] www.thebuzz967.com fcc broadcast, instrumentalist, and music producer, best known as a solo artist releasing collaborative singles with Grammy and Emmy Award winning artists and producers.[3] www.thebuzz967.com fcc broadcast, He has released national singles with Nuno Bettencourt [4] Mtv/Viacom (of Extreme, Rihanna), and Jeff Russo[5] www.thebuzz967.com fcc broadcast, of American rock band Tonic.

He is also the composer, writer, singer and performer of "Choices",[6] July 10, 2007,[7] August 7, 2007,[8] July 16, 2009 (credit @ 49:00), which was featured in the soundstrack of the Emmy-Award-winning film, The Impact of Your Choice.

He has co-produced the single "Hard Luck" (featuring Wesley Snipes, Cybil Shepard, and Mario Van Peebles), for the film of the same name, - Hard Luck – released by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.

In August 2016, his single "Sold For Free" (featuring Nuno Bettencourt), hit number one on the "Alternative" music charts [9] in Cape Verde. This single was released by GF Entertainment's record label.

His latest single "When I think of You" (featuring Jeff Russo) was released on April 1, 2016, and produced by Grammy-Award-winning producer and sound engineer, Bob St. John.

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