Pam Wolfe is a Songwriter, Singer, Pianist, Music Publisher, Children's Book Author/Illustrator, wife, and mother of two fine young men, Samuel Taylor and Jonas Michael Wolfe.
As a Songwriter, Pamela's songs have been recorded by many artists including: Patti Labelle, Garth Brooks, Johnny Cash, Lacy J. Dalton, Glen Campbell, Billy Joe Royal, Tom Paul Glaser, Lynn Anderson ... Patti Labelle recorded "Don't Block The Blessings" on her Flame CD in 1996, showcasing it live on the Oprah Show. Garth Brooks recorded "Take the Keys To My Heart" on his Sevens CD in 1998, then "It's Your Song", the first single from his Double Live CD, which he performed live and dedicated to his mother in his Christmas special airing on national network television in 2000. Other credits include an on camera performance of her song "You Make It Hard To Say No" in the made for TV Christmas movie, O' Henry Trilogy, starring Anthony Quinn and Robbie Benson.
As a Singer, Pamela has performed as a solo act in venues from Martha's Vineyard to New Orleans. She has performed live and in the studio with artists including Garth Brooks, Steven Seagal, Emmy Lou Harris, Conway Twitty, Reba McEntire, Pam Tillis, Earl Thomas Conley, Dexter Redding, Billy Joe Royal, Earl Scruggs, Charlie Pride, and Minnesota Fats ... Her vocals have been heard on many recordings and national network television commercials.
Born in Gainesville, Florida, most of her childhood was spent in Parkersburg, West Virginia, except for five years "under the big sky" in Victoria, Texas.
Her childhood with her parents and her younger brother was a happy one - lots of music, lots of laughter. She began taking piano lessons when she was six years old and finished lessons when she graduated from Mary Washington College (University of Virginia) with a major in piano, and a minor in voice. After graduation, her first job in music (that summer) was as a "singing cocktail waitress" on Martha's Vineyard, where she crooned the 30's & 40's torch songs she had heard her parents sing when she was a child, along with tunes by the Beatles, Joni Mitchell, Carole King, James Taylor, and so on ... After that wonderful summer experience, since she played piano pretty well herself, she embarked on her career as a solo act - singing/playing keyboards in supper clubs, folk venues and music showcasing clubs. She also began to write songs, keeping them to herself for the most part until she moved to Nashville, Tennessee. While she continued to perform live, she took advantage of the recording industry, and began singing demos and jingles, all the while working on the craft of songwriting, which ultimately became her passion. While the musical influence in her home was mostly music from the 30's, 40's, and Broadway musicals, her parents were originally from eastern Kentucky and western Virginia, so that beautiful hillbilly/bluegrass music was in her blood. In Nashville, it was only natural for her to begin writing country songs. To this day she loves writing country as much as rock, pop, rhythm & blues, and torch songs. That's why This Time Around , has been such a totally wonderful experience for her. Connie and Pam were able to write a story that incorporates several different musical styles for the songs, which flow naturally, staying true to the play's characters, their personalities and predicaments. This Time Around encompasses the many emotions and moods that continue to inspire her to sing and to write songs.