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Armed with a saxophone, keyboard, and mind blowing vocal chops, Pamela K. Ward has a stage show that is nothing short of electrifying. Pamela has opened for Loretta Lynn and has been a guest performer on the Jim Stafford Show and 76 Music Hall Show in Branson, Missouri; Johnnie High Country Revue in Arlington, Texas; W.C. Handy Park in Memphis, Tennessee; and numerous fairs, festivals, and conventions around the country. She has won dozens of awards for her vocal abilities, musicianship, and songwriting.
Pamela played keyboards and sang background vocals on tour with Doug Stone in 2005 and has performed with sax players from the bands of Aretha Franklin, James Brown, Beyonce and George Thorogood. She has recorded multiple sessions on Nashville's famed Music Row and has been a guest performer at the Wildhorse Saloon, Gaylord Opryland Hotel, and the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.
Raised on a six generation family farm, Pamela is very proud of her roots and lives by the quote, "You can't know where you're going unless you know where you've been." Her parents instilled in their children an appreciation for all genres of music. Pamela was encouraged to pursue everything from Ozark bluegrass to Memphis blues. At fourteen, Pamela became a performer at the Ozark Folk Center State Park in Mtn. View, Arkansas where she performed traditional Ozark Mountain music and became known as the "Lil* Yodeling Girl." At sixteen, the family took a two hour car ride every weekend to Beale St. in Memphis so Pamela could play sax on the street corners with the makers of the blues. These experiences made Pamela the versatile performer she is today.
Pamela's ultimate goal includes a career playing and writing country music with a southern rock flair, deep rooted in the blues with a live show that will rock the house. At 4'11" she is proof that big things come in little packages.