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Kara Williamson-Tualatai
Birth name Kara Williamson
Also known as Kara
Genres Contemporary worship music, Christian pop
Years active 1992—present
Labels Integrity
Vertical Music
INO Records
Trackstar Recordworks
Associated acts Prelude

Kara Williamson-Tualatai (also known as Kara, her birth name Kara Williamson, or her married name Kara Tualatai) is a Christian pop singer who has performed on her own and is now in a trio called Prelude. In her solo career, she has had two albums, her self-titled Kara in 2002, and Undisguised under Kara Williamson in 2005. In 2007, she released Learn To Fly with Rachel Hockett and Amanda Omartia as the trio Prelude.


Kara is the daughter of award winning composer Dave Williamson. As early as age four, she toured across the country with her family, The Williamsons. She began leading worship for her church youth group at 18. [1]. In 1999, she performed with her siblings in the worship trio Three Strand. Her fist solo album, Kara, is a mixture of pop, R&B, and dance music but as a worship album. It was produced by Christian dance-pop producer Pete Kipley who produced Plus One and Jump5, and the album could be compared to ones put out by artists he produced as well as ZOEgirl and Rebecca St. James, but is unique in its mixture of worship and pop-dance. Her second album Undisguised was still worshipful, but more pop-rock sounding such as Joy Williams or Rachael Lampa, as well as more open about her life [2]. She has recently joined with two of her best friends from school Rachel Hockett and Amanda Omartia. The three "combines slick AC pop with '70s rock sensibilities and a dramatic, almost classical styled melody" and "blend inspirational lyricism with songs about overcoming personal struggle" [1]. According to their site, they believe "Writing their own music provides them with the opportunity to speak into the listener about real life issues and how a relationship with Jesus Christ is the solution to life's questions."


  • Three Strand - Famished (2000, 40/Alliance Music)
  • Kara - Kara (2002, Vertical Music/Integrity)
  • Kara Williamson - Undisguised (2005, INO Records)
  • Prelude - Learn To Fly (2007, Trackstar Recordworks)




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