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Guest: Singer, Writer, and Actress Tamala Baldwin and rock band The James McCullum Project.

Tamala Baldwin has performed In Theatre, Gospel, and R&B since she was a mini-Tammy. All that work has culminated into a fantastic skill and knack for grabbing an audience. Tamala has consistently cultivated her craft while getting ready for her big break. Tamala landed several commercials as a young adult including, JC Penny, Honey Combs and Beautiful Beads. She toured with the Harlem Kids Symphony in Japan and worked on other off-off-Broadway productions like Guys and Dolls, and Huckleberry Finn. In a year, Tamala grew her resume substantially with over 20 Theatre, Film and TV credits under her belt. She has performed in productions including, J.E. Franklin?s play Black Girl as Billy Jean, Bachelor: On Crack as Latasha, In The Silence Of The Heart as Mama, First Lady of Song as Ella Fitzgerald. Additional highlights from her first year of acting since her hiatus include Dial ?N? for Negress at Theatre Row and two regional productions of the musical Rent as Joanne. Tamala also starred in the production of Shake, Rattle & Roll for six months with Spirit Productions. In the late 80's there was a band called THE JAMES MCCULLUM PROJECT. Or otherwise known as JMP. This was one of the top performing original bands in the Bay Area circuit, to include Niles Station-Fremont CA, Berkeley Community Theater-Berkeley CA, The Hill-Oakland CA, The Omni-Oakland CA, The Cabaret and The San Jose Civic Auditorium-San Jose CA, and Centennial Hall in Hayward along with many others throughout the 80?s and 90?s. They opened for War, Journey, Carlos Santana, Graham Central Station, Edgar Winter, Morris Day & The Time and The Marshall Tucker Band along with many other top artists. The time has finally come and James has now recreated ?THE JAMES McCULLUM PROJECT?.

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