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Ta·mar

 (tā′mər, tä′-)
n.
In the Bible, the daughter-in-law of Judah. After the death of her first two husbands, who were his sons, she seduced him in disguise when, in spite of the requirements of levirate law, he did not allow her to marry his youngest surviving son.
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New York, NY, September 25, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Grammy nominated Singer Songwriter and Hit Broadway Actress from Motown: the Musical, Tamar Davis, will perform at the popular New York City music venue, The Cutting Room, located on 44 E 32nd Street on Friday, October 3, 2014 from 7:30pm-9:00pm.
Tamar Davis is known as the muse and favorite singer of her mentor Prince, and has gained notoriety for being the music legend's "Protege" while co-writing their Grammy-nominated duet "Beautiful, Loved, and Blessed." Tamar has been releasing a song as a single every week since August 2014, under a series called "Jacking 4 Beats," where she has re-created original melodies on top of beats such as Meek Mills, Robert Glasper, and Drake, among others.
For more information on Tamar Davis please visit www.tamardavis.com.