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Jamera was born February 4th. She begin her singing career at the age of 11 years old at Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church. Since then she has sung anywhere and everywhere she could. Her strong vocal chords and ability to adapt to any song style landed her the opportunity to sing with Elder Christopher Brinson and The Gospel Music Ministries. God has also placed her along side numerous National Artist such as: Rev. Hezekiah Walker, Albertina Walker, Willie Neal Johnson and The Gospel Keynotes, Rev. James Moore, Ricky Dillard, Rev. Kirvy Brown, Christopher Brinson, Otis Battles and the High Point Community Choir, Roderick Carter,The Bishop John H. Heath,Minister Anthony Douglas, Faith Evans, Luke Skywalker and the R&B group H-Town. She has also appeared on the Bobby Jones Gospel Show. She is a cast member of the play "The Black Nativity Gospel" for the North Carolina National Black Theater Repertory Company, based in Winston Salem, North Carolina founded by Larry Leon Hemline. She has had the wonderful oppertunity to be the Leading Cast Member performing as the Mahalia in the production of the Mahalia Jackson Story. The theatre show has been seen on several occasions in the NATIONAL BLACK THEATRE FESTIVAL in Winston Salem North Carolina which brought thousands and thousands of people and celebrities from around the country. Jamera is a graduate from WINSTON-SALEM STATE UNIVERSITY
Jamera has performed on the following albums; Chris Brinson and the Ensemble, "What If God" Otis Battles and High Point Community Choir, "Victory" Roderick Carter, Family and Friends, "Leaning" Jessie O'Banner and JOBs Company, "180 Degrees" Grace & Mercy Records, "The Sun Rises Out Of The East" Bishop John Heath and Company,and Phillip Bryant,Pastor Greg Drumwright