Tabitha King

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Tabitha King is a native from Charlotte, North Carolina but currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia. With a host of accomplishments preceding her, she continues to add to the list. Tabitha just completed yet another year long residency in Bangkok, Thailand. Her fan based has grown extensively since beginning her 1st residency in 2010. She is the most sought after female vocalist in Southeast Asia. However, her talents have not only taken her to Asia but to Belarus and Moscow with sold out concerts in both countries. Ms. King has traveled extensively and non-stop over the last several years performing in China, Thailand, Spain, Russia, Belarus, Hong Kong, Vietnam and Japan. Also, she is known for her role as “Starr Miller” in the hit stage play “Beauty Shop” featuring Mr. Johnny Gill and well known comedian Willie Brown and Woody, written and produced by renowned playwright Shelley Garrett.  

Tabitha King as performed with such greats as Usher, Keith Washington, Outkast, Goodie Mob, Regina Belle, Ann Nesby, Boys II Men, Ollie Woodson, The Whispers, Keith Sweat, Gladys Knight, and a host of well-known artists.  Whether it’s performing the National Anthem at several NBA games to non-profit organization appearances, everyone receives the heart felt delivery of all selections given by Ms. Tabitha King.  She is widely known for her renditions from Whitney Houston, Adele, Mariah Carey, Alicia Keys and other famous requests when traveling abroad. With a host of accomplishments under her belt, it’s only fitting to add that she has been the opening act for Maze featuring Frankie Beverly for several years and has performed at venues such as the Atlanta Civic Center, The Hilton Las Vegas and the Taj Mahal in Atlantic City. 

Tabitha has been the Conrad Bangkok's resident singer for more than nine years. Congratulations are definitely in over due to her for making it through to the final round of Thailand's Got Talent which aired 12 November, 2018. Tabitha King has made history for being the first American (African American at that) to participate in Thailand's Got Talent. As of April 2019, her audition round had been viewed more than 53 million times on Got Talent Global.

Be sure to continue to follow her success because there’s so much more to come.