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Pam having morning coffee at an RV park.


Pam started her music career as a singer and pianist, performing as a solo act in venues from Martha's Vineyard to New Orleans.  After moving to Nashville where she continued performing live at local venues, she was soon hired to do studio vocals, singing demos for several music publishing companies. It wasn't long before she was doing background vocals with artists such as Reba McEntire, Emmy Lou Harris, Conway Twitty, Pam Tillis, Earl Thomas Conley, Billy Joe Royal and Charlie Pride. Her voice has been heard on many recordings as well as national network television and radio commercials.

Eventually Pam found that her true passion was writing songs. She was hired as a staff writer with Famous Music in Nashville,  during which time many of her songs were recorded.  Later she decided to start her own publishing company, Pan For Gold Music, BMI,  which she still owns and administers, as well as her publishing company Right Here Right Now Music, ASCAP. Her songs have been recorded by artists including Patti Labelle, Garth Brooks, Johnny Cash, Lacy J. Dalton, Billy Joe Royal, Glen Campbell, Tompall Glaser and many others.

Along the way she wrote and illustrated her first children’s book Poof A Puff of Wind, and has also co-written a musical titled Venus The Love Show  with Conrad Reeder, singer, songwriter and author. 


During the 1980's  Pam and Bonita Hill formed a band with  top notch musicians and called themselves

               Two Desperate Women 

They had a large following and for several years performed to full houses in and around Nashville. Here's a couple of pictures of them during that time.

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