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Although she only returned to public performance in the last few years, Pamela's lifelong love of the Great American Popular Song has always been part of her day-to-day joy — a joy she now successfully shares both in club appearances in the greater Boston area and through her solo compact discs. The first of these, Torch Songs and Other Hot Numbers, was recorded "live" in 2002 during her premiere, soldout one-woman show. The new Tales From the Coach (2003) reflects in its title, Pamela's "other" career as a psychologist in Cambridge. Her most recent CD —The Right to Love — expresses a heartfelt message about discrimination. But her repertoire remains timeless and tasteful, encompassing everything from contemporary material by Amanda McBroom, John Bucchino, and Randy Newman to past and present standards by Sondheim, Rodgers and Hart, Kander and Ebb, Bricusse and Newley, Weill and Anderson, and Harold Arlen. Every selection is delivered in a voice alternately described as "warm and inviting" or "like butterscotch…smoky and warm."

 

In Massachusetts, Pamela has most recently performed in Boston at the Encore Lounge and Club Cafe; in Cambridge at Frank's Steak House and the Blacksmith House (both as part of a special cabaret series and in the Yale Cabaret Fellows Reunion Show); and in Natick at the Center for the Arts and Java Jim's, among other local venues. She has quickly become a regular special feature of Cabaretfest! in Provincetown, appearing there in both 2002 and 2004. In the summer of 2003 she was one of 36 performers chosen from nationwide auditions to take part in the first Cabaret Conference at Yale University.

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