fri 7:15pm ma’fias
sat 11:30pm john emerald distillery
Pamela's foray into public performance began at the church of Rev. H.F. Lammonds, her paternal grandfather. Cousin Freddie and then 5 year-old Pam would sing Fishers of Men and Sunshine Mountain accompanied by illustrative hand motions. Looking back, those songs were prophetic. Her career in education afforded many opportunities to support people on their journey to their Sunshine Mountain. However, one's future is never revealed in totality but is guaranteed to alter the design of best made plans.
Her life unpredictably changed course in 2012 following the death of her husband. One story ended and another began as a songwriter-singer. Seven years later, via a most interesting and serendipitous route, her song Sad Stories was selected for the New Macon CD Vol. 2 compilation (2016), an album, The Year of Still Here by The Pammie Kakes Ensemble, was released (Oct. 2018), and Hold On, a selection from that album, was broadcast on Bree Noble’s Women of Substance radio broadcast (Feb. 2019).
Her songs have been described as having "sassitude”. They are full of spirit, a tad cheeky, and clever in their storytelling of everyday people living not-so-ordinary lives.