Tarrah Coble anticipates Jamaican performance
American singer-songwriter Tarrah Coble is anticipating her third performance in Jamaica come tomorrow at the ZEAL series to be held at Club MECA on Constant Spring Road in Kingston.
“I absolutely love Jamaica. It is a place that is so near and dear to my heart. Every time I come here it is a complete honour and pleasure to serve the people of this island. I hope to come back again and again and again,” Coble, who hails from Chicago, Illinois, told the Jamaica Observer.
With over 16 years experience singing live, performing, and recording, including touring internationally with Grammy award-winning artiste Travis Greene, Coble has managed to record and release several tracks of her own.
“My first solo single is entitled War. It has more of a movie soundtrack feel. It is definitely meant to replicate the overall essence of what it feels like to be in a war. It is centred around the reality that there is a battle between good and evil, but we are triumphant through our faith in Jesus Christ,” she said.
Added Coble, “My second single is entitled Hurt Ones (Live). It is the first single off my soon-to-be-released EP entitled Stages of Change. The song acknowledges the cycle of hurt that can be perpetuated when emotional trauma is left unaddressed, but offers hope for breaking the cycle through healing.”
The daughter of a pastor and teacher, Coble is also a professional social worker. She, however, hopes to have a lengthy, fruitful singing career.
“I honestly would love to travel around the world presenting inspirational music and artistry in a unique and innovative way,” Coble shared.