Tal Pearsall

Real Name:
Talmadge B. Pearsall
Tall, thin, jolly, handsome and beautiful, soulful high tenor voiced singer-musician Talmadge Pearsall first started out as the keyboardist and the co-lead singer of Sputzy Sparacino's R&B/Dance/Cover band, Modern Man from 1984 till 1991 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He and Sputzy had composed a some songs together in the band. And later he would help co-write "The World Inside Your Eyes" ("Day Of The Dead" (Ballad)) song for George A. Romero's "Day Of The Dead" (1985) horror movie soundtrack with John Harrison, Sputzy himself and Jim Blazer. Talmadge then would join another Pittsburgh R&B/Dance/Cover band called The Nation as the lead singer back in the early 90s. They did beautiful covers of Keith Sweat's "Make You Sweat" (1990), Guy's "Let's Chill" (1990), and many more R&B/Dance songs. Then after his times playing with both Modern Man and The Nation, before Talmadge had left Pittsburgh, he then fronted a band called Sleeping Giants.

He also scored music from movies and TV Series including, In the episode of "Nova" (TV Series Documentary), "Season 23, Episode 15: Top Gun Over Moscow" (1996), having songs placed in "Buffy The Vampire Slayer" (1996) series, "JAG" (1995) and "Vegas Vacation" (1997) as well as numerous TV commercials. His music has touched everyone. He also has appeared on various TV shows, He appeared on "Late Night With Conan O'Brien" (1993) with his band Sleeping Giants in February 21, 1997 when Norm MacDonald and Christopher Guest appeared as guests on the show. Talmadge has also appeared on WQED TV, CSI, and more. His CDs have received radio airplay on over 100 stations, nationwide.

Talmadge also has toured the world many times over the years with groups like, The Temptations and Smokey Robinson. As part of his current show, he sings many of Smokey's classics and has been favorably compared to this Motown giant.

As the 2007 Entertainer of the Year in Las Vegas, Talmadge is poised to reach out not only to those who are lucky enough to catch his show in Vegas, but also to the rest of us as his music is now beginning to permeate the retail market. Whenever you hear his smooth voice and exciting fabulous melodies, you'll become a fan, as you'll crave more of his infectious style of music.
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Singles & EPs

Tal Pearsall - Call The Law album art Modern Man Featuring Tal Pearsall Modern Man Featuring Tal Pearsall - Call The Law Saturn Records (4) US 1986 Sell This Version

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