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Pam's musical inclinations were obvious as early as the age of four when she
responded perfectly in tune to her mother Mary's urging – “Sing harmony, Pam,”
as Mary played the piano. That started her informal education that was quickly
augmented by piano lessons, singing in and accompanying church and school choirs,
and her first paying gigs during high school - playing and singing Motown hits! Pam
found she could sing it all -- gospel, pop, blues, Broadway and big band music.
Pam's recording career includes stints as a jingle singer, backup singer and arranger,
and recording artist. Pam was signed by Left Field Records and produced two CDs
for them, Die Happy and Dancing on the Pyramids. Her third recording,
Something Wonderful, was produced for Beat Productions NYC.
Pam is a BMI songwriter and travels regularly between Nashville and New York for performances, co-writing and