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Tamar Kaprelian Bio

On her debut album, Tamar Kaprelian sings about being “a delicate soul.” “Old soul” is more like it... growing up, Tamar loved the rock classics her musician father schooled her in. Find out more about her right here on Kidzworld... Back to Article

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lakevaraindrop
lakevaraindrop wrote:
2012-02-20 19:19:33 -0800

she is cool and preety

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lovergirl
lovergirl wrote:
2010-10-01 02:48:38 -0700

I THINK YOU ARE SUPER COOL Big Grin

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lovergirl
lovergirl wrote:
2010-10-01 02:44:59 -0700

I THINK SHES SUPER COOL TOO

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savanah205
savanah205 wrote:
2010-09-28 11:04:21 -0700

she is so cool

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kaligirl101
kaligirl101 wrote:
2010-08-03 07:46:15 -0700

good article I like Tamar Kaprelian

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Rock_poll

Were you born to be a rock star?

  • Yes! I was born with a mic in my hand!
  • Maybe - I just need a bit more practice.
  • No way! Music ain't my thing.
  • Uh-uh. I get stage fright.

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