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Tabitha Fair is an American singer and background vocalist. Along with Todd Cooper, she is the performer of Rouge the Bat's theme, "Fly In The Freedom". She also performs in stages from Sonic Adventure 2 that are related to Rouge. Tabitha has performed with a number of other artists, including U2, Lady GaGa, Michael McDonald, Amy Grant and Celine Dion.

History

Tabitha Fair grew up in the state of Oklahoma. Both her parents minister through either preaching and music.  Because of this, Tabitha grew up singing in her father's church which sparked her talent in singing. At age 15, she signed her first record and then toured the country by ministering through music.  She was found by Keith Thomas in Nashville who allowed her to tour with Amy Grant. Through time, she has recorded and sang with numerous Christian artists and co-founded Avalon, a contemporary christian group.

Since, she has been living in New York City, and has been focusing on her solo career, recording many songs and singing with other well known artists.

Outside of Sonic Adventure 2, Tabitha has recorded many songs over a variety of media. Such media includes tracks from movies such as The Sum of All Fears and Te Ata. She has also contributed to the Chickasaw Nation events by providing her voice for the music video, Coming Home. Some of her more recent work includes her being one of the lead vocalists for a relatively new band called TNTDuo.

Credits

Below are a list of songs that Tabitha Fair has performed for Sonic Adventure 2 with Fumie Kumatani. Aside from the main theme, she only provides background vocals to the level stages.

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